Close to the "a" in father, but a little more open. No diphtongization
BTW, the "à" (a with a grave accent) in voilà can be accessed by
holding the ALT key and hitting 133 on the numeric keypad.
who grew up in Montreal and likes to say that English is his third
language, without pronouncing the superfluous "h" in third, of course.
What I have found quite interesting about all of this is
that LRod has unwittingly unearthed yet another "Wreck
WoodDorking Sacred Subject". What I want to know now is how
this one stacks up in the hierarchy. I realize its way
below Lee Valley (everything is/Lee Valley is The Scared of
The Sacred) but did/does it nudge out the Forrest WWII for
the number two spot?
UA100, from the short list...
How could you forget the real #2 sacred cow: Norm.
On the other hand, how could I have missed this prime Anti-FAQ fodder?
I now have to find the best angle for "What are the best clamps?"
Replace "no" with "yk" twice
in reply address for real email address
AkchooLee, no, there are no humans on the list at this time.
At least none spring to mind. Norm has long been debated,
vilified and beatified here so he ain't onnit. Nope, not on
the list. Now Rob Lee teknikaLee is by his association with
Lee Valley. I'm not sure how it counts though. Now that
Rob has been added to the Highest Order of Canucks I expect
to see churches in his honor (honour David) springing up all
across the lands.
Its the subtleties that we over look. As for angle clamps,
I've yet to find one that I really like. Maybe Lee Valley
I love ya man, but I think this may have been a mistake. Unless I'm reading
this wrong, the original poster is simply talking about moisture or,
perhaps, oil, collecting at the site the clamp is grabbing the wood. I've
experienced this many times with many different clamps. It's the wood
giving off the moisture or oil, not the clamps, and it goes away (sinks back
in) after the clamp has been removed awhile..
Phil, a confirmed KBody user.
Best Regards, Phil
Living In The Woods of Beautiful Bonney Lake, Washington
I haven't used the CM's or K's, but a new pair of Jorgensen heavy duty
F-clamps did this to me last week when clamping MDF. The clamps have soft
pads over the jaws. After the overnight glue-up, there were precisely
pad-shaped oil spots where the clamps had been. At the time I thought to
myself a clamp company should know better. But at least I can take these
pads off. I'd have been really peeved if the clamps' permanent jaws did
I am a little surprised at some of the regulars shooting the messenger. It
is not improbable that the clamp pad sweats (I have a Snap-On screwdriver
that sweats plasticizer). Reading a few other posts, the reports seem to
agree that the pads *do* sweat.
Perhaps if the discussion continues the emotional rhetoric could cease and
just facts be discussed. After all, this is how we decided the world is
round, and not flat.
Methinks the trolls have stirred everyone up too much.
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