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02-09-2010 03:52 PM
allthunbs Where I used to live in Eastern Ontario, the little lady who was the animal control officer just wanted to know if she needed a tranquilizer gun in the event of an emergency. Where I live now, you just have to prove the dog's been vaccinated.
02-09-2010 03:42 PM
pemdas86 the local ordinance around these parts is that you need a kennel license if you have more than a certain number of dogs, it may be 5 or more, depends on the town.
02-09-2010 03:39 PM
Hamlin Hi Peter,

I really can't answer for the whole U.S. but, here in KS, not sure that a dog license is needed at all. At least not here in the country, now, the cities... I'm not sure about that either. It does seem a little silly don't it? Just another excuse for the gov't. to more $$$ outta our pockets.
02-09-2010 02:28 PM
istracpsboss
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Originally Posted by Hamlin View Post
It is quite amazing to know of just how many places have the same name(s) just, locations throughout the world.
I think there are quite a lot in Massachusetts. People who emigrated from places like Middlesex, which came up over the weekend after the terrible power station explosion, named their new towns after the places they came from. The original Middlesex, incidentally, was named for the Middle Saxons, just as Essex were the East Saxons, and Sussex the South Saxons, themselves immigrants into the UK from Germany.

I actually Googled Middlesex, to see where the US one was and was intrigued to note that a dog licence there is not enough on its own, as apparently you also need a residential kennel licence. Is this common?

Cheers

Peter
02-09-2010 01:55 PM
Hamlin
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Ken,
Thanks for the information from woodworkerssource.com. Alot of high end homes down here have pretty cypress doors and furniture on thier patios. Now I know why.
George
Hi George,

Your welcome for my small part.
02-09-2010 01:54 PM
Hamlin It is quite amazing to know of just how many places have the same name(s) just, locations throughout the world.
02-09-2010 08:46 AM
pemdas86
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Originally Posted by istracpsboss View Post
I was puzzled by Norm doing a book signing in Shrewsbury until it occurred to me that, knowing only the original one in the UK, actually where my parents first met, that there might be another in Massachusetts ?

Cheers

Peter
Sure, just keep going East on Rt. 9 from here and you'll end up in the one in GB eventually.
Cheers
Steve
02-09-2010 08:11 AM
istracpsboss I was puzzled by Norm doing a book signing in Shrewsbury until it occurred to me that, knowing only the original one in the UK, actually where my parents first met, that there might be another in Massachusetts ?

Cheers

Peter
02-09-2010 06:44 AM
pemdas86
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Originally Posted by jw2170 View Post
Hi Steve,

In one of the episodes of "The New Yankee Workshop", Norm built a solid timber
panel door.

If you could get the DVD, I am sure it will be of great help to you.

James
Hi James, yes, I do remember that episode well, and I had thought of finding that one for reference. I figure an interior door is probably easier than an exteiror door, if nothing else in weight alone, with plenty of room for slight errors to creep in without compromising the weatherproofing of the house.


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Originally Posted by bobj3 View Post

Cherry Bathroom Vanity - Program #705
Is now running on the OnLine, full ver.
It's good one about the router and how to use it,
and Norm the Biscuit King
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Norm "the biscuit king" was always an inspiration. I actually met him at a book signing in Shrewsbury around 1990-91. Cool guy.

I'm still trying to get my head together on this whole thing, I'm afraid it would be cheeper for me to buy a door off the shelf somewhere. I don't know yet, I'm going to investigate further and see what I can come up with. I hate to say it, but money is a big factor for me right now. I'd love to spend endless time and cash on producing my own door, but I don't know if I can commit.
02-08-2010 05:38 AM
jw2170
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Originally Posted by bobj3 View Post
Hi James

Norm is now online with many of his shows, many of them are reruns with some luck the door many be running, I will say that was a good one about the front door he made

This is one your should bookmark, new ver.each week
New Yankee Workshop - New Yankee Online - Featuring the Craftsmanship of Master Carpenter Norm Abram

New Yankee Workshop - New Yankee Workshop Collection - Entrance Door

Cherry Bathroom Vanity - Program #705
Is now running on the OnLine, full ver.
It's good one about the router and how to use it,
and Norm the Biscuit King
=======
Thanks, BJ.

Norm was one of my favourite cable shows here in Sydney.

The "How To' Channel seemed to have dropped it about 3 months ago.

The good thing is, they now sell and post to Australia.

James
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