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  1. I think it is pretty good, but more than that it is kind of a family thing. My mom's uncle grew popcorn, thousands of acres of the stuff and sold the crop to Jolly Time.
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  2. People who list used tools for more then what they go for new, right now and in stock. As much as I would like to drive to your house, hand over cash and hope what you say is true I'll just take the risk of going to the store and buying a brand new one for cheaper...
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  3. Yes, especially when people have gone to a lot of effort to provide detailed & thoughtful responses.
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  4. And "drive by" posters.
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  5. Hey John your way ahead of me I have had mine for 4 years and its still not put together
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  6. Sorry Chet, but i find it hard to understand how someone can comment about something that is close but still very far from what the entire discussion was "obviously" about. Reading and comprehension is fairly good here, not so much in other places.
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  7. The discussion was not about hand held sanders. Everyone of us here has at least three hand held sanders that are used for various reasons. This discussion was about Drum Sanders. Do some research about drum sanders before you offer advise about hand held sanders.
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  8. Love me some Cat Stevens Mick! Looking good @JohnG, now it's time to mill some wood.
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  9. That's my technique too. Works pretty good. An grocery store that doesn't carry Jolly Time Popcorn.
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  10. People that have trouble opening band aids, double yellow lines, people who lick their fingers to open bags and, easily opened coffee bags...... everything really!
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  11. Just finished this hickory bowl from a neighbors yard. Seemed like every piece I got had a crack or a hole in it somewhere. Glad you are making money, I know it can be tough when things get slow.
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  12. This chapter follows on from "Before the Drawers", in which I should have ended stating, "Now we are one step away from making drawers". And now this chapter is that penultimate step ... I need to explain some of the (as I feel) pedantic details I have been outlining. Firstly, I write this for those who are starting out and those who are seeking ways to increase their accuracy. The steps may not be new to some, but we all like to be reassured that others also find them necessary. Secondly, I am going to introduce a fixture I built that increases not only accuracy, but speeds up a
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  13. I still have kids around most of the time. I ask one of them to open it when my fingers are affected or are putting pressure on a bleeder. My days without them are coming soon though...
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