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    As a land guy I can't help wondering why they...

    As a land guy I can't help wondering why they don't just cut a hole ,or holes above the water line in order to better
    access the fire. Then weld it back.
  2. I swore off ever voluntarily using it again after...

    I swore off ever voluntarily using it again after working in a shop where dimensions were often expressed using only
    millimeters. What nonsense.
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    It's good to have some single flute bits ,they...

    It's good to have some single flute bits ,they are much faster cutters. I've worked in commercial shops that had never tried them.
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    If you used a diamond stone, then I would guess...

    If you used a diamond stone, then I would guess that the slurry from that operation is uncontaminated and OK to use.
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    Well, not long ago I complained about all the...

    Well, not long ago I complained about all the wanted posters being taken down, now they have Dayglo posters !!
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    Jamie, thanks,I had not seen that no solvent...

    Jamie, thanks,I had not seen that no solvent note. Only experience I have with teak is a few repairs, made so long ago
    that I can't remember what glue was used. I'm guessing it was plastic resin...
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    I would start with pinch dogs on the ends. And if...

    I would start with pinch dogs on the ends. And if the material is not already trimmed to exact length , I would try them
    at ends of face side too.
  8. I like it ,and conclude that the color contrast...

    I like it ,and conclude that the color contrast takes away all expectations that the monks commissioned it. And I love
    the 'bacon bench!'. Nice modern set .
  9. Certainly no clash there. Fine table. Reading...

    Certainly no clash there. Fine table. Reading again to make sure I'm understanding your goal ,I don't see a problem.
    Still think darker floor looks better, but that is the most often used, and I am...
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    " driver was texting at the time" Im...

    " driver was texting at the time"

    Im betting it was "later, Susan...gotta brace for impact , bye."
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    I can't help much ...but I'm awake. Oops,...

    I can't help much ...but I'm awake. Oops, forgot it's "woke" now ! Often the teak is wiped down with a solvent ,to
    remove the oil that is naturally in it, so that the glue bonds well. Don't...
  12. No. But I do think dark floors work better . Yes...

    No. But I do think dark floors work better . Yes ,that means no matter how expensive and great the species. Every thing
    in the room should be good, but they can't all be a star.
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    Somewhere there is a guy who does a lot of...

    Somewhere there is a guy who does a lot of traveling....with a carnival, studying that and wanting to "help get the
    message out "...and the money in !
  14. Probably do need positive verification. But I...

    Probably do need positive verification. But I would only get that from the business I would choose to hire. I see you
    are in Virginia. You should call Virginia Tech. I know they used to do ID...
  15. Agree with all that it is OK. it's best to do...

    Agree with all that it is OK. it's best to do it on fastest feed speed ( counterintuitive but true). And don't use multiple
    light passes ,that causes MORE knife damage. Take heavy cut.
  16. They had good soaker hoses ,that worked better...

    They had good soaker hoses ,that worked better than big-box schlock. I've even lent them to neighbors,and they still
    worked when returned ! I've had big box stuff that performed like a geyser, the...
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    I'm enjoying all of these things. Thanks ! ...

    I'm enjoying all of these things. Thanks ! ,genial gentleman jesters for jovial gesture !!
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    Sometimes we see elegant boxes that have just a...

    Sometimes we see elegant boxes that have just a little too much wood in them. You are making something that has to
    have strength. And it will have the grace of a child's Disney castle ! The drawers...
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    I don't think you can inform an architect in the...

    I don't think you can inform an architect in the same way you inform a client. But some that are pretty imperious get
    a lot more collegial when they have proclaimed themselves into a jam!
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    Strange stuff. I'm guessing he means flat sawn...

    Strange stuff. I'm guessing he means flat sawn ,with few straight lines. And I would not proceed without having him
    pick a pic of what he wants. You might even want to have a "minimum flashy " pic...
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    Bruce, interesting about the odor-less fawn. ...

    Bruce, interesting about the odor-less fawn. Don't know how that could be, but I hope they don't get used as a
    deodorant ingredient.
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    I think kitchens are in an era of too much...

    I think kitchens are in an era of too much emphasis on expensive materials and not enough on cheerful comfort. When
    inlaid laminate finally comes back it will blow out a lot of what we have now. ...
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    That is a great shot! I notice that a long grass...

    That is a great shot! I notice that a long grass stem just clears the face and makes a "feather in her cap" !
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    It's all fine stuff. My own favorite is his...

    It's all fine stuff. My own favorite is his score for Cinema Paradiso. Love the film ,too. Seen it many times. For a few
    days after , I'm whistling the theme. So in the grocery store; people stop...
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    Well, not much left , all the easy guesses...

    Well, not much left , all the easy guesses ...used up! Only thing left for me is: I wonder if a segment feed roller was
    involved . Those thing are kinda funky .
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