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I thought the ones with a handle were for getting a pizza out of the oven.


They used to be used for controlling the rug rats.
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I thought the ones with a handle were for getting a pizza out of the oven.



They used to be used for controlling the rug rats.
they needed holes in them...
too much wind resistance on the swing...
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They used to be used for controlling the rug rats.
Dan, you got that right.
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Bill you sure do make some interesting and beautiful boards
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Very nice work, Bill, very nice! I love the 3D boards, gotta' try one of those some day. Glad they all sold, too. Have you started a new batch?

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Brilliant work Bill.
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Nice work, Bill. I like the 3D one too.
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Very well done, the lattice board really pops. Appreciate the note to Bell Forest products as well, a new one for me.

On reviewing the lumberjacks forum for 3d cutting boards I came across a website for designing the same:

Designer-board.firebaseapp.com

I have yet to work throughout but on the first pass it appears to have merit.
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Beautiful work Bill but I'm sorry to hear you've been laid off. I hope it's not too lengthy.

welp, if you call permanent lengthy, then yep, its gonna be a lengthy one....

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