And how long do you think it will last before the yuppie brigade takes over
and all they broadcast is useless crap like:
While You Were Out in the Shop
Trading Shop Spaces.
What Not to Wear in the Shop
Rally Round the Shop
Poly - For Better or Worse.
And don't forget:
Be sure the wood fits tight in the joint.
Make sure the penetration of your wood into the joint is complete.
Don't forget the white glue when you pound your butt joints together.
Enough already... I think I'm feeling ill...
I'll never look at a mortise and tenon the same again. <g>
On Thu, 1 Jan 2004 14:57:38 -0600, Quadindad2 wrote
You obviously didn't get up early enough to watch David Marks "Wood Works" on
DIY this AM. ;-)
(FYI, he built a very nice bookcase that is actually something I could use
and just might attempt to build).
I must have no life. I was even up early enough to catch Bruce Johnson and
learn a new joint, the infamous "pinned biscuit joint." One minute he says
that he loves the strength that pins add to a joint, then he proceeds to put
phony pins over a biscuit joint using "wood plugs he picked up at his home
center". What a complete dork!
Apparently, Brucey doesn't have much of a life either. I was picking
up something at the local K-Mart Saturday, and guess who made a
personal appearance to demonstrate Minwax finishing products?
Bruce, I'm gonna cut my arm off with this cheap tablesaw, Johnson!
I left as soon as possible - The crowd could have turned ugly... <g>
On Thu, 01 Jan 2004 20:57:38 +0000, Quadindad2 wrote:
What we need is more money to buy our toys and more time to play with
them. Watching TV and operating a shaper or jointer works only if one has
already cut off the fingers.
We also need less interference from spouses, the telephone, etc.
On 01 Jan 2004 20:57:38 GMT, email@example.com (Quadindad2) wrote:
I'd rather see something along the lines of C-Span for woodworkers.
Put some webcams (shopcams) up in selected shops and just let 'em run.
The frame rate would have to be better than most of the webcam stuff
I've seen to date.
Real Email is: tjwatson1ATcomcastDOTnet
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