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I've spent two days feeling that something was amiss. Struck me when i was reading at lunch...General Routing now comes ahead of Table Mounted Routing.

I'm a man, but i can change. If i have to. Maybe. (Red Green, more or less a quote. Sort of.)

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Many things may be on the change, Earl...

I just had that problem of not being able to view uploads happen again. On some of my uploads, this time.

I would never have noticed that change as mostly I view "todays posts"....

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I've spent two days feeling that something was amiss. Struck me when i was reading at lunch...General Routing now comes ahead of Table Mounted Routing.

I'm a man, but i can change. If i have to. Maybe. (Red Green, more or less a quote. Sort of.)

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Good observation Earl . I've never been very good with change
Never been the same since they changed all those rolls of paper towels to those half size sheets . At least give a guy the option of the old system where you can actually grab a hole sheet once in a while

I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate

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Good observation Earl . I've never been very good with change
Never been the same since they changed all those rolls of paper towels to those half size sheets . At least give a guy the option of the old system where you can actually grab a hole sheet once in a while
I'm with you Rick, wonder whose idea that was. Next the TP will be one continuous sheet.

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Omg I never even thought of that

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Whoever it was that dreamed up those half-sheet paper towels is an evil person.
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Sorry Herb Too late! Some commercial stuff already is-----and worse yet it's single ply ,so thin you can see thru it and on top of that it's slippery! Whatever happened to corncobs?
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Sorry Herb Too late! Some commercial stuff already is-----and worse yet it's single ply ,so thin you can see thru it and on top of that it's slippery! Whatever happened to corncobs?
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with texture of 24 grit....

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Next thing you know they will put little holes in the edges like the old dot matrix printer paper, at least it was full sheets.

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Next thing you know they will put little holes in the edges like the old dot matrix printer paper, at least it was full sheets.

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Hmmm...or well placed rows of holes for dust collection and/or clamping!!

Then will come the variable speed kit, and somehow Festool seems like a natural fit for a name...

Of course, we'd want the action to stop if any fluids were encountered...where could we find such a device??

My damage here is done--I'm expecting a prototype from Oliver any moment!!!

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