SPAM is commercial, our web site isn't commercial, it is a form of bragging.
Nothing on our web site is for sale, in fact most of it has already been
given away. Even the guitar was done for just the cost of materials, the
'customer' is a friend.
I never saw any rule in any FAQ that a link was unwelcome.
P.S. I almost always browse to the web sites JOAT posts here. He has a good
eye for interesting subjects.
Never mind ol' Dave. He don't mean no harm. He jest can't help hisself, is
all. He's kinda "different" if'n ya know what I mean. If this here was a
village, I guess you might say he's our village idiot. Don't take nothing he
says serious-like. We keep him around for the entertainment value, ya see.
On Mon, 15 Dec 2003 01:44:52 GMT, email@example.com (Doug Miller)
Andy, don't bother. Not only are you allowed to brag, but you also
have some justification, given the amount of stuff you've actually
made. I disagree with Doug. Village idiots are usually tolerated and
sometimes viewed with affection. BAD monkey (AKA Homer) is just a
mentally challenged end of an intestinal tract (tmJH).
On a more relevant note, I like your clamp rack, as it allows hanging
a lot of clamps. However, I don't see diagonals along the width, so
how do you keep the rack from racking (no pun intended - well, okay,
maybe). Is it rigid enough?
Tom Watson has something similar, but he uses big hunks of plywood to
prevent racking, and that reduces the number of clamps that can be
hung on it. See Tom's rack on the following page.
Replace "no" with "yk" for real email address
Good idea! I looked at the rack again and it could start to sway under load.
I'll at a couple braces this weekend.
"> Andy, don't bother. Not only are you allowed to brag, but you also
You attack the man because you didn't bother to read the page that
came up. Then you give a half hearted apology ("If it wasn't spam, I
APOLOGIZE"). YOU KNOW IT WASN'T SPAM, so just say you're sorry.
Then, you turn it around like your the victim and start flinging
insults. I think you've now answered the horse-dick question.
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