->safety. As some of you know I teach HS woodshop (greatest job in the
I couldn't agree more. I did it for 30 years and loved every minute of
it. The advanced classes with the upperclassmen were the greatest. We
made some pretty awesome pieces over the years.
->Here is a guy, experienced, but over confident who will have a long time
->to think about safety every time he looks at his hand. Please, guys, as
->I tell my kids, never rush. Be safe!
I am proud to say that I, and all of my students, can still count to
ten without having to take our shoes off. We've had a couple of knicks
over the years with the kids, but with the exception of one, they were
just a couple of stitches and a band-aid. The one exception wasn't
mine, but after a couple of hours in the ER, she was raring to go
The only safety rule that I ever knowingly violate was the saw guard. I
never found one that didn't cause as many problems as it prevented.
Maybe that's changed today.