my friend is starting up a Joinery service to work locally
and also in the UK, he is skilled and would welcome any small jobs
you can see his website at
please have a look at his site and tell him what you think
any advice would be well taken, and anyone who can teach him
woodworking skills would be welcome to ask for a teaching wage
In the immortal words of Spock "I find it rather amusing" that:
1) a totally unusable novice web page like that was hosted under
the PHP Expert domain,
2) that he resold records/tapes/DVDs,
3) that he had a Kreg (or other) pocket hole jig (though he didn't
know anything about actual woodworking) and was selling "joinery".
P.S: I also was mistaken about the site. I thought it might be about
a barrelmaker or something.
Jack Kevorkian for Congressional physician!
http://www.diversify.com Wondrous Website Design
Not just any joinery, either. "High-class" joinery.
I recently read that Christian Beckvoorst just put out his 500th
commissioned piece. He's busy enough; maybe he's thinking about
starting to farm out some of his "high-class joinery."
Barring that, maybe we could google that guy who blew through here a
few months ago with that professional high-class webpage full of
high-class professional shop pictures showing the high-class
professional laundry and exceedingly high-class shop rags hanging over
his table saw. These two could put a partnership together and take
over the professional high-class joinery world.
Client: "I asked for 'Shaker'. I expected hand-cut dovetails."
These guys: "Well, Mrs. Higgenbottom, the Shakers were emminantly
practical people. They _would_ have used pocket screws if they'd had
this jig! Dovetails are okay, if that's what you're willing to settle
for, but using screws is the _hallmark_ of truly high-class joinery."
email@example.com (George G) wrote in message
his name is Jason Cooper
and he is a new friend
I was only asking for help for him
I am not getting anything for it
my name is Damian John Paul Brown
look for me next year when I stand against Jack Straw
I have been in the internet for about 10 years now
and I was selling things over the net before most people knew about it
I am helping another new friend, you can see his site at
On 1 Sep 2004 08:19:40 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (Damian Brown) wrote:
Note to self: Don't ever let Damian "help" me out by building a web page
More seriously, what kind of "help" are you giving this guy? A web page
with links to vinyls for sale, a cartoon of a person working plaster, and a
link to an e-mail address. All this, plus an e-mail harvesting input.
Most web pages would have a picture of the person, some of his previous
work, and some further information about place of business.
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