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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-09-2016, 09:09 PM
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Holy uckfay Batman...he's good. I mean he's good

OK, fess up...which one of you clowns stole my sig? It was right here a second ago.
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I do find Tommy Mac interviewing him a weird yin/yang thing. I'm not a fan of Tommy so much. He's kind of a spokesmodel wood worker. Some of the stuff they do on rough cut also seems kind of questionable to me and they gloss over a lot. Maybe it's good if the show pulls in new woodworkers but Tommy is surely no Norm or Roy.

David Marks is the real thing though. Wish he was still doing Wood Works. I think it was WW that got me interested in using exotic woods. IMHO, he stands above Norm and Roy.
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David has some good stuff. I have a couple of his video's and used to never miss his show when it was on.
Me too (never missed a show).Did you ever see the one where he made an entrance door out of Jarrah wood.Absolutely beautiful & truly superb craftsmanship just like everything he did. James.
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Tommy mac had a series on tv some years ago where he built a "Bombay Cabinet".

I believe it sold for $200,000 +.......

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