When one of those WMD's that got taken to Syria before the war started, ends
up shoved up your A**, you will know where they are.
See what you made me do? I couldn't hold back when you so immaturely
presented such a large target.
"Jack of All Trades" (JOAT) has a current sig of "If we're all God's
children, what's so special about Jesus?" If I were a Christian, I
imagine it would be very tempting to write a long ranting response
explaining what was so special about Jesus. Since I'm not, I feel no
such compulsion, but I keep expecting that sig to generate a huge
Heck, maybe it's just about to do so. :)
It doesn't look like there is any glue between the two pieces of wood. It
looks like there was nothing on the end grain of the short piece. Did it
all squeeze out?. I just did a project with polyurethane glue, its the
strongest wood glue I have ever used!
I glued up a joint likethta to see just how weak it would be since
nothing else is strong. I was amazed at how strong the bond was. My
end grain was much smoother than your appears though.
On 20 Aug 2003 20:15:58 GMT, email@example.comGreg (Gfretwell) wrote:
I'm not sure I agree. There's enough long grain there to give it some
strength. Sure doesn't look like there was very much glue in the joint,
though. And it definitely could have used some additional reinforcement such
as a tenon or a biscuit.
Doug Miller (alphageek-at-milmac-dot-com)
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