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Me too Rick.Very classy.

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I do too ,forgot to mention that.
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That turned out really nice, John! +1 on the Kreg pocket hole jig..
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Simple but elegant.
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Excellent TV stand, John. The natural colour looks great and the carving makes it 'one of a kind'.
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Very nice. I like the simple design.

Now, John, all you have to do is hook up the TV, DVR and cable box... Make sure the remote(s) have fresh batteries...
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Good job, John.
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Nice touch on the sides. I'm making a small bookcase out of stair treads from HD for my brother. It looks remarkably similar. Don't forget to secure the tv to the wall using straps or whatever came in the box. The horror of it falling on a loved one...
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Now, John, all you have to do is hook up the TV, DVR and cable box... Make sure the remote(s) have fresh batteries...
You don't know how close you are to being right on target. Hooking it up is one thing. Teaching them to operate it is another. Good thing all they want (right now) is regular tv. Even if it's a smart tv I'm not saying anything first. They're limited out in the country and have just the basic feed from ATT. We'll know more Sunday.

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Nice touch on the sides. I'm making a small bookcase out of stair treads from HD for my brother. It looks remarkably similar.
You can use those stair treads for many many things. They are nice to work with. My go to source for 5/4 oak when I run out of the Menard's stuff, which are cheaper.

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