Hi, I just started with these woodworking newsgroups and they are of
interest to me. I'm currently a student taking woodworking in college. And
I would love to offer my knowledge as best I can. so if you have any
questions feel free to ask. I have about one years experience in woodworking
so far and I know that doesn't seem like a lot but I've learned so much.
talk to you later
and yet, when I see a newby approach a problem, I realize how much I
have learned over the years...but hen again..back to what you're
saying..there are still a shitload of mistakes that haven't been made
I used to have a chart of the "programmers confidence curve". It went
up very sharply till his/her first real screwup, then plummeted to zero
and regrew verrry slowly.
I suspect it applies to all human endeavor.
Dave in Fairfax <reply-to, disabled, 2, stop, spam> wrote:
Mark Twain once allegedly said: "When I was a boy of fourteen, my father was
so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got
to be twenty-one, I was astonished at how much he had learned in seven years."
well, teenagers in general know EVERYTHING, Dave, but teen age girls are
you know how many teen girls it takes to screw in a light bulb?
just one, she holds the bulb and the whole world revolves around her..
Please remove splinters before emailing
Well, yes. I've discovered that my ignorance is growing rapidly and without
bound. At the current rate, in a few years I'll have advanced to the point
where I know nothing at all... d-:
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