Now THAT is a loaded question. Our numbers are legion. Our quality of work
ranges from a bad toothpick maker to beautiful works of art. You don't have
to be crazy but it helps. It also helps to have a thick skin and a very good
sense of humor.
And send me your credit card number so I can auto deduct your daily dues <G>
Hope this answers your questions -
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Yea, all the good you do, nobody remembers. All the bad, nobody forgets...
Reminds me of the time a buddy of mine put a new motor in a race car and had
problems with it bogging down coming off the line. Once it got up some
speed, it had all kinds of torque ... It ended up being the crankshaft was
the problem. The motor came out of a boat...
We still play "Anchors Away" into his answering machine to this day... AND
tease him about some great deal a guy had on a trailer for it...a boat
trailer...<grin> He will never live that one down... The guy who sold him
the motor was the brother of a well known NASCAR team owner who really
should have known better...
Now that's funny. Just saw bits and pieces of a History channel show on
Bootleggers. And all the things they did to their transportation to stay
ahead of the law.
Your friend doesn't make extra income does he.........?
"Mark Hopkins" < email@example.com> wrote in message
I haven't joined the local group <http://www.saskwoodguild.ca/ but
they're open to everyone...
"The Saskatchewan Woodworkers' Guild welcomes any new members with an
interest in working with wood."
The membership list isn't publicly available on their web site, so I
don't know how many belong.
I was practicing multiplication flash cards with Claire (age
9) the other night and this very same answer came up more
UA100, who has always had an unexplained fondness for 42...
Dat's 'cause if'n ya add the 4 anna 2 ya getta 6
andifya line dem 6's up accordion to da missin' numbah inda serious
betweenz 4 anna 2 (3) ya get 666
which is da debbil's area code, don'tcha know
(watson - who learned about this in the pennsyltucky occult newsgroup
while investigating the use of satanic emoticons to control the lives
of the unsuspecting.)
Thomas J. Watson-Cabinetmaker (ret)
Real Email is: tjwatson1ATcomcastDOTnet
But only when the calendar chimes three times.
"Love is not the dying moan of a distant violin - it's the triumphant twang of
a bedspring." S. J. Perelman
So I asked a straight question and I got I'm not sure what, with a few
exceptions. Maybe it has been a bad weather weekend and too many of us have
spent too much time..... oh what the hell. Thanks to those who made a
response to my question. It seems that like most groups, 20% of the folks do
the work for themselves and the other 80%. Wish we could get past that. GCS
Really I think maybe you should go back and see what it
was you originally posted. Now had you posted something
I'm interested in knowing of the woodworkers here who belong
to local groups or guilds how many (insert balance of
question here regarding qualifications and requirements of
You see, with the way you'd stated your question most people
thought you were asking about qualifications for membership
to this group (rec.wood).
Does that help to clear things up/smooth over some
feathers/dislodge and bugs?
By the way, I think the intent of your inquiry was a good
one and would have been a good subject for the group to
discuss. Feel free to re-ask, this time with some clarity.
On 16 Feb 2004 01:23:14 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (RESPITE95) wrote:
if you are inquiring about this, rec.woodworking, it's not a club.
it's a newsgroup. the requirements are that you participate. if you
have something interesting and useful to contribute, please do. if
not, please don't..... : ^ )
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