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One year follow-up yesterday and no signs of cancer! 

Had my CT scans yesterday and officially 2 years cancer-free (also a 45 year cancer survivor) 

So, my wife goes to empty the clothes dryer, and the plastic door pull snaps off in her hand. This looks like a job for "WOODWORKERMAN"! One scrap of cherry later, and BOOM: I considered usin

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44 minutes ago, Chestnut said:

Forget twine I'm going to start using tinsel on my project it has the extra bling factor for jersey shore folk.

They use glitter at the Jersey Shore, get it straight! 

Another option:

"If a good piece of twine doesn't hold those boards together, shoot a few hundred brad nails!" Norm's Hillbilly cousin 

 

21 minutes ago, Janello said:

This thread reminds me of my foot.

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Is there a foot doctor in the house?

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34 minutes ago, Immortan D said:

Here it is:

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How? your off topic in the wrong direction? Why does it take an offtopic thread about hijacking to get us to talk about woodworking?

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I keep looking at router table setups and find myself thinking I should just go all the way and get a shaper. Seems a bit odd to me to be spending well over $1k and still end up with a non-cast iron top surface and a really loud tool with no metal cabinet around it to help dampen the sound and contain the dust for easier collection. I suppose there's a good argument to be made for the ability to add a power feeder someday too...

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Vs is my favorite pearl jam album, but I like Ten and Vitalogy too.  I couldn't really get into their stuff after that.    

Oh my gosh, you are in my brain.

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I keep looking at router table setups and find myself thinking I should just go all the way and get a shaper. Seems a bit odd to me to be spending well over $1k and still end up with a non-cast iron top surface and a really loud tool with no metal cabinet around it to help dampen the sound and contain the dust for easier collection. I suppose there's a good argument to be made for the ability to add a power feeder someday too...

My router table has a cast iron top.

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2 minutes ago, shaneymack said:

Oh my gosh, you are in my brain.

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My router table has a cast iron top.

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Whats the make/model? Did it come with a decent cabinet for the stand or did you build one?

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When planning on performing static analysis, there's a strong argument to be made for having a complete abstract syntax tree representation of the source in question.

Of course, others will argue that you should immediately simplify it by stripping away the nodes that have no bearing on the property in consideration.

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So one thing i never understood. I bought a $700 lawnmower with hydro-static propulsion. I have 3,000 sq ft of grass and mow it 15 times a year. It takes me 30 min and i never even use the self propelled feature because my yard is too small.

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2 minutes ago, Chestnut said:

So one thing i never understood. I bought a $700 lawnmower with hydro-static propulsion. I have 3,000 sq ft of grass and mow it 15 times a year. It takes me 30 min and i never even use the self propelled feature because my yard is too small.

Shoulda gone this route, cheaper, quieter, keeps the cuttings there to help feed the grass, and you get a workout:

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29 minutes ago, JosephThomas said:

Shoulda gone this route, cheaper, quieter, keeps the cuttings there to help feed the grass, and you get a workout:

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That's the jointer plane of lawn mowers............I like it!

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1 hour ago, Immortan D said:

Here it is:

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nice I got a rabbit plane I picked up at Lowes years ago when they had real tools, They had it in the clearance section. not a pretty as yours,

1 hour ago, wtnhighlander said:

That's a really nice pla ....

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that would be a chip monk

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When planning on performing static analysis, there's a strong argument to be made for having a complete abstract syntax tree representation of the source in question.

Of course, others will argue that you should immediately simplify it by stripping away the nodes that have no bearing on the property in consideration.

Sure, but isn't it the core of node exclusion argument that there is definitive criteria in which to exclude such nodes? Any child can see the node extraction theory does not simplify the subject analysis because such analysis itself is rigorous.

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39 minutes ago, Chestnut said:

So one thing i never understood. I bought a $700 lawnmower with hydro-static propulsion. I have 3,000 sq ft of grass and mow it 15 times a year. It takes me 30 min and i never even use the self propelled feature because my yard is too small.

so tell me again why did you buy it?

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