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This chunk of Oak was headed to the BBQ pit.....oh hell no!!

Brent is a big man.....6' 5" @ 295#.
He needed a big nameplate for his desk. LOL
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very nice and yes that is big name plate
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That looks really sharp . Nice work Frank

Wow Brent sounds like a big man alright .Hate to be on his bad side

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Glad you were able to salvage the oak, Frank.

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My son's Mother In Law wanted one too.
Our grandson doesn't respond to "G-Ma" like she wanted. But mention "Crazy Lady" and he gets excited!! LOL

Oh.....and another piece of Oak failed to make it to the BBQ pit today........
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Boy Frank, you are putting all that oak to good use! Nice job.

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