No high road here. I'm down in the gutter with shit heads like you. :)
But I'm not the one who turned this group into a toilet. It's losers like you
and the other circle jerking trolls who did that. Congratulations dickhead.
Unfortunately this not a moderated group, meaning everyone has access.
Worthy individuals as well as losers. Just get a good news reader that
has good filter functions. I just ignore the losers and appreciate the
worthy individuals that take time to reply in a thoughtful manner.
Yes, it is unfortunate these kind of people exist. I sure would not have
to deal with that fact that every time I looked in the mirror there was
a total loser looking back me at like Upscale and Balderstoned deal with
every day. These people are under the mistaken premise that they are
anonymous, but THEY CAN BE TRACKED DOWN and dealt with in an appropriate
manner. Many people do not realize how many tracks they leave going
online. One these days they will over step the bounds. For me, I just
add them to my kill file.
Like, for instance, by calling tech contact Stuart Kendrick
(1-206-667-6974) and asking him about the Fred Hutchinson Cancer
Research Center net use policy, particularly from IP address
And, is your mail stop J3-400?
BTW. A newsreader that has good filtering is Agent found at
http://www.forteinc.com/main/homepage.php . When one of the
bottom feeders pops up in the newsreader add them to your kill file
and you don't have to bother with their dribble.
Just remember the saying, "You can never win an argument with an
ignorant individual." They will not be smart enough to know they have
lost and will go on and on........
So, again let me thank the ones that do contribute.
I've owned a copy of Agent since 1996. Great news reader.
But back on topic.
I have plenty of questions about veneering with a vacuum system, but other than
Rob Lee I never got any answers here. Rob pointed me to several websites that
make the hand pump vacuum system look damned good. I'm going to try one.
I am wondering how careful you have to be with the shape of the object being
compressed. Can I veneer a box or will the corners damage the bag? Stuff like
Everyone who can actually walk the walk appears to have left this group.
I don't think a single person who has actually done vacuum veneering has
responded to any of the threads on the subject.
There was one 'helpful' poster who said vacuum systems leak so you need a pump
that runs constantly. That was just plain nonsense.
I have some very bumpy veneers set aside as unusable. I have no idea what wood
they are but I would love to use them on some of my chessboards and small boxes
if I can flatten them.
On Wed, 10 May 2006 14:54:12 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
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For someone who admits to never having done it, you seem to know all about
I have a vacuum veneering system. I've used it, successfully, more than once.
I don't claim to be an expert, but I'd have been happy to share what I do know
and have learned by actually doing that kind of work. I've posted a web
address where you can see some of my work, in this thread and others.
But after that snide remark, which you made based on information gleaned using
your fully developed 3rd grade reading skills, I won't bother to direct any
useful information your way. I can tell you wouldn't understand it, much less
appreciate it. You're on your own, as far as I am concerned.
Oh, and you're #1 in my KF. Have a nice life.
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