Saw the movie today, very Very emotional. Grown men were crying women were
in tears. As a Former United employee I thought the movie was well done down
to even minute details. I can say that I recommend it to everyone as like I
said it was very emotional, I live in PA so that is twice the emotion for
me, having lost two close friends in the aircraft.
Anyone else seen it, goin to see it what are the thoughts here?
I knew someone out there would have something narrowminded to say. I
woodwork as much aas the next guy. All kinds of stories are told in the
shop, I'd like to think of this as "the Shop".
Thanks for your thoughts though
Sorry to hear you lost some friends on that flight. Sounds like the movie
should be mandatory viewing. I will see it but as you've just found out, the
majority of the so-called fellow woodworkers here are self-centered,
vindictive asses. Got a good dose of that from them today also.
This is not really a woodworking question but the range of knowledge in this
group gives me confidence that someone here will know the product I'm
looking for. I have an existing ceiling that I want to cover. Somewhere I
read of a product to do this. It was somewhat along the line of a suspended
ceiling but attached directly to existing sheetrock and only lowered the
ceiling height by an inch or two. Does this ring a bell to someone and could
you give me some pointers as to what to look for? Thanks for your time.
AGREED TO WHAT?
Trying to get on topic with an OT heading won't work well either. Properly
posted, you may get the information you are looking for. You posted the
United 93 question to at least one other group also. Does not seem very
Somewhere you got lost go back turn around and redirect yourself to the
correct heading, the ceiling ? was an OT that CW posted awhile back , even
though he stated that my OT post was not in relation to woodworking, so I
picked out his that was not related to WW
Back to United 93 now
Technically not lame, your post had nothing whatsoever to do with wood
working, neither does mine. Sure your's was about working around the house
and we here have ideas the may help you. But you brought it up in "the shop"
so we listen. I too brought something up in "the shop" I should get the same
respect. So, when your at work and someone brings up a topic not related to
work, you shun them and tell them that this is not the place for that
content. What do you do have a dinner party and talk about the food. Hell no
you talk you have idle chit chat. I thought that this is a group for people
who have something in common, woodworking, we get "together" and share WW
thoughts and ideas and along the lines other topics happen thats why we use
OT, to let others know that this is not about WW but is something we would
like to bring up in "the shop".
Sorry to tick you off but you asked for it
Scott Lurndal wrote:
> My thought is that it has nothing whatsoever to do with woodworking,
> and should be taking to the appropriate usenet group.
Missed your meds today?
Why not take them and quietly go back to sleep?
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