One cheap-ass cable channel has been showing NYW episodes from 1991.
When I watched the first one I soon felt a different attitude than I
have to the last few years. I realized that I was somehow more
"comfortable" with what Norm was doing because he was (at least 15
years ago) closer to me in technical standards. He was using a drum
sanding attachment to his drill press, and a morticing attachment. He
belt-sanded panels. His jointer wasn't big enough to handle a sequoia.
His featherboards were laughably ragged with teeth missing. In all, I
could "relate" because he was making furniture more than he was
operating wowser machinery.
Bring on 1992.
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