This would be the perfect cue to make some sarcastic remarks about English
But I have much more style and class than that. So I won't.
I should point out that it is poor form to post messages that have no text.
Subject headers do not constitute clear internet communication.
However, quite a few of us are here, what did you want.
I should maybe point out that none of us actually *do* any woodwork as
timber and tools are extortionate over here compared to over 'there' :-(
Speak for yourself! Since I retired 10 years ago I have almost re-furnished
my house. Mostly Croatian white oak (which is what the Royal Navy used to
build its wooden ships).
And I didn't spend a lot on tools- everything from Machine Mart.
White oak, or Croatian white oak?
As we don't have red oak in the UK (rare ornamentals and that's your
lot) and the evergreen oaks are a weird bunch in their own right, our
two oaks are regularly known as "common" and "upland" oaks (stone oak,
sessile, pedunculate and probably a few other names too) but they're
rarely if ever called "white" oak. I've only ever heard the term used
when talking with Americans, about American furniture or timber, or
very recently in retail furniture shops with globalised catalogues.
My Viking family records clearly indicate that while our relatives indeed
pillaged (to a Viking pillaging is like a mouse is to a cat). But raping did
not happen, those young beautiful virgins clearly asked for it. Rod
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