Brian in this group I am a lurker...... I do beleive this is my first
post to this group.
White background good.
Grey letters on white background bad.
After that........... mister you can get as mad as you want but I figure
you have about 1200 lines of pure crap on your blog and no I did not
read every line or paragraph but the parts that I did spot check appear
to be nothing more than a reflection of your personal daily ramblings.
Who do you think cares if you carry a notebook and pen with you so you
can write down your thoughts on a daily basis.
You say you have just discovered this group.
Well monitor it for a while.
Make comments that you feel are appropriate and relevant.
Ask questions about woodworking that you feel are appropriate and
Don't ask anyone to go your blog when it is nothing more than a personal
vanity site with little woodworking content.
Join the group and welcome..... but don't expect the regulars to leave
this newsgroup to spend time on your website very often.
USENET does not work that way.
Find the FAQs and Anti-FAQs. They'll tell you all about the rules here.
Pay careful attention to the AntiFAQ, we follow those rules most
By the way, newcomers are expected to make a sacrifice to the Woodworking
Gods. 20 bd ft of Jummywood ought to do it.
Puckdroppe (tongue firmly in cheek)
And you used your first post to tear to shreds someone with a blog (and he
knows what one is) related to woodworking?
Nicely done sir (I need to find a sarcasm font for this line).
Make it your last post as well.
Welcome Brian, You may remember me from somewhere else
where I go by the same name. The traffic here is much
less than that other place where there are over 15,800 members
and most people seem to be so overwhelmed by the amount
of content that they primarily post 1-line compliments.
You can find more critical opinions here (which I value alot)!
Although clarity is valued, there is more emphasis on the crafted wood
than the crafted word here, and there is no room for photos--they have
to be linked to.
Personally, I try to stay away from the OT political posts
due to the thickness of my skin.
If you have questions about the router table that you are designing,
you can probably find some valuable thoughts here.
You've done some writing before, haven't you? Quite enjoyed what I
read, and I understand the stars in your eyes... the romance of
woodworking and all.
"Do you have the wood?" Oh, that was priceless!
(still wet behind the ears)
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