I have no connection with this product but I just had one installed on
my porch this morning and it is great. The quality and operation is
The company said their big sales are to people wanting to cut bugs and
sun in their garage. I see many on here use their garage as a
workshop. It would be ideal.
We are using it on our porch for protection from the sun.
I'm all for supper b - especially if I have room left over from supper
How come these people who post "I have no connection" almost invariably
have no other posting history? I guess the guy just wakes up one
morning and decides to set up a new posting account to post a message
hawking some random product. Right - makes sense to me.
I guess some people don't read all the postings. I look at subject
mater and if it is some thing I find will interest me, I will read it.
I found the fellow that posted the info on the Harbor Freight trailer
the day was very interesting even though I don't need a trailer. I am
been looking at this reflector for about six months and have really
learned a lot. I have not done serious wood working but doing more now
as I get older. I have 100 acres left on the farm so we harvest our
own timber and now taking time to enjoy using it for more than making
box stalls for the cattle and sheep.
So Prometheus, what would you like me to Post? I have wood working
questions from time to time. I can tell you about Ham Radio and EME
comunications, Farming or fixing Chevrolets but not much expertise on
wood working, only questions.
On 5 Jun 2006 06:20:17 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
*Sigh* Sorry Bill- I looked, and saw no other posts from you on my
box, and it seemed you were simply an adjunct to the original spam.
You have to admit, if you look at the first post and your reply, it is
extremely evocative of the standard-issue corny informerical format,
and I figured it was a marketing ploy. As you're a real person, and
not a hit-and-run screen hawker, I'm taking it back.
Post however you like- that's the nature of usenet. Ask some of those
woodworking questions- that's one of the things this forum is here
for. A good question is often as interesting as an answer. But if
you just have one post on the server, it's easy to mistake you with
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