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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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    Jack Frederick

    Internet advice

    Thread Starter: Jack Frederick

    I live in a third world country, meaning E of I-5 in CA. We currently have AT&T for our ISP and they guarantee all the way up to, but not over 3mbps. I am fixin to get the Starlink system. Some in the area have done so and report great results. My problem is that the house is surrounded by two 4+’...

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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.

    Last Post By: Keegan Shields Yesterday, 11:03 PM Go to last post
    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...

    Last Post By: Mel Fulks Yesterday, 10:43 PM Go to last post
    Phillip Mitchell

    What grit do you normally start sanding at after milling?

    Thread Starter: Phillip Mitchell

    I know this is vague and depends but... I’m curious what grit others start their sanding routine at after milling? The planer is typically always the last step on both faces and edges unless the stock is wider than 9”, in which case I can’t feed it on edge through my planer and will rip to width...

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