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    Dave Anderson NH

    Time for some levity

    Thread Starter: Dave Anderson NH

    With all of the negativity and political stuff going on with the Covid-19 virus it is time to look at the humorous side of things. Feel free to add more, but keep it clean or it will be deleted.

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    Michael Drew

    Relocating: South Dakota?

    Thread Starter: Michael Drew

    I am hoping there might be some SD residents here, or maybe others who know the state? I'm sorting through my options of finding a suitable place to relocate to and retire within the next 24 months. I have lived all over the country, but my driver's license has been AK since I first got it. I...

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    Tom Bender

    Dog Attack

    Thread Starter: Tom Bender

    There are dogs in the world and sometimes they attack. That is not going to change. So here is my question. If I have no weapons and no objects within reach how can I best defend myself? Maybe the martial arts have something to offer.

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    Ben Grefe

    Parallel dust collectors

    Thread Starter: Ben Grefe

    I have an opportunity coming up - the roof of my shop needs a new support beam (the 1950ís framing is sagging by almost a foot in the middle). Looks like with the remodel slowdown, Iím going to get a contractor in to do the work, but to do so I need to take everything out of my shop, including...

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    Rob Luter

    Poplar

    Thread Starter: Rob Luter

    I've not used much Poplar in my time woodworking, outside some trim that was going to be painted. I've seen some folks use it as a secondary wood for casework and such. I've been watching a YouTube channel from Engels Coach Shop where wagons and coaches are restored or built from scratch, and in...

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    Bruce Wrenn

    In The Grocery Section, Disappearing Store Brands

    Thread Starter: Bruce Wrenn

    Recently (in the last year,) I have noticed more and more "store brands" disappearing from the shelves. The stores where I regularly shop (excluding Aldi's) now only have Campbell's soup. Walmart has a very limited selection of their in house "Great Value" brand soup. Same goes for oatmeal, only...

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    Monte Milanuk

    CBN disc set for WorkSharp 3k

    Lightly used set of CBN disks for WorkSharp 3000

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    Lee DeRaud

    Outdoor Fountain Pumps

    I have two fountains on my patio that GF wants to replace. They were originally 120VAC, but I had long ago retrofitted them with 12VAC pumps to run off

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    Mark Hennebury

    Dog Attack

    It was a bunch of fun, powerful and tough to handle, could kick back once in a while, that hurt. don't remember if it was a 4 speed. I mucked around

    Mark Hennebury Today, 5:32 PM Go to last post
    Joseph Mazey

    LagunaP12 vs. Felder K3

    @Aaron Inami - that makes sense. The first option sounds painful with a cut/adjust cycle. Thank you for the breakdown.

    @Robyn Horton - thank

    Joseph Mazey Today, 5:30 PM Go to last post
    Robyn Horton

    LagunaP12 vs. Felder K3

    My Hammer K3 does have the scoring option and uses the 2 thin blades and the required number of shims to match up with the main blade. It does also have

    Robyn Horton Today, 5:14 PM Go to last post
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