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I do custom inlays for Chopping Blox, a company that makes end grained cutting boards and other kitchen items. One of the local news channel's morning show did a segment on a Pinner's Conference they are having here this weekend and one of the cutting boards I did the inlay in was displayed on the table. They are using it as a sign in their booth and used it here to display their business name.

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Does this mean you'll let it go to your head and not be approachable any more?? lol

Like button doesn't work but count it as one.
It went to my wallet before it ever made it to my head so bring it on!
 
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That is great Mike but watch out for that young pretty lady they can be trouble. >:)
Don it's not just the young pretty ones you have to watch out for, it's all of them.:agree:
 

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Why does your "Like" button work and mine doesn't?

But I liked your post.
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Herb it worked then and this time but next time I'll try to login 5 or 6 times and never get logged in and have all those adds on top of and mixed into members post. I don't like the adds but I hate it when they add them to your post so it looks like you are endorsing the product or questionable web site. When they put them on top of a post it is hard to read the post and the add. How many people leave the site when they see things like this?
 

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Well, the inlay looks nice enough, but Pipe & Palette? My first thought artists that get high smoking pot, before they start painting. My second thought was plumbers that paint their work. What the heck do they do to warrant a name like that?
 
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Well, the inlay looks nice enough, but Pipe & Palette? My first thought artists that get high smoking pot, before they start painting. My second thought was plumbers that paint their work. What the heck do they do to warrant a name like that?
From what I was told they make industrial type furniture from black pipe and fittings. They also have mixed media art classes, some include a little libation while creating a master piece. They also run a craft mall for artists and makers. The company I do the inlays for has a space there and they take orders for the monogrammed cutting boards and refer others for custom boards.
 

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Nice looking signs Mike. And the blonde isn't hard to look at either. As per earlier posts, temptations come in many forms but tools and women seem to always top out the list.
 

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From what I was told they make industrial type furniture from black pipe and fittings.
I just googled that. Oogly compared to wood.
 
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I just googled that. Oogly compared to wood.
Has that cold and heavy look, not very welcoming for my taste.
 

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Nicely done, Mike! They need to give you a plug so you get recognized for your work.

I couldn't figure out what y'all were talking about on the 'adds' until I realized y'all meant 'ads' - sorry, I'm very literal... :nerd:

I use Kaspersky Total Security and I don't see ads on this site, no ads on YouTube, no popups, etc. The 'like' button is a script and sometimes the script fails to load properly so that's why some may experience failure on the 'like' button. And it's possible that your browser is having issues, especially if you use IE. Chrome or Edge would be a better choice but I don't like the way those browsers handle Favorites so I still use IE.

This site definitely uses more than their fair share of scripts and embedded code such that even simple page up and page down movements are jerky and it does get frustrating.

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As per earlier posts, temptations come in many forms but tools and women seem to always top out the list.
Especially the tools!!

Can also add guns, p/u trucks, sheds, and pole barns to that list.
 
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Nicely done, Mike! They need to give you a plug so you get recognized for your work.

I couldn't figure out what y'all were talking about on the 'adds' until I realized y'all meant 'ads' - sorry, I'm very literal... :nerd:

I use Kaspersky Total Security and I don't see ads on this site, no ads on YouTube, no popups, etc. The 'like' button is a script and sometimes the script fails to load properly so that's why some may experience failure on the 'like' button. And it's possible that your browser is having issues, especially if you use IE. Chrome or Edge would be a better choice but I don't like the way those browsers handle Favorites so I still use IE.

This site definitely uses more than their fair share of scripts and embedded code such that even simple page up and page down movements are jerky and it does get frustrating.

David
Added ads! Senior Moment.
 
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