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  1. #1
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    Want to read free magazines?

    Without going to the doctor's office?

    check out books.google.com

    here's an example...
    http://books.google.com/books?id=jPY...eHGCw#PPA70,M1

    turned 'locking' ring box.
    -Ned

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    Cool beans!
    Host of the 2017 Family Woodworking Gathering - Sunken Wood

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    Wouldn't open for me.
    But, a word of caution.
    Somehow, more than ten years ago, my wife got on some kind of free magazine list. Now, we, daily, get from one to ten magazines. They stack up fast. I have to make periodic trips to the library to dump them in a free magazine exchange box they have. I figure that is better than trashing them. We don't know what company is sending them and we have never received a bill. I would like to shut off the bubble machine but don't have a clue who to contact.

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    Frank,
    that would get rather annoying... in this case, they're online scans of older issues. I got a kick out of a Young Ellis Wallentine from over on Woodcentral.
    -Ned

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    I was looking around at this site http://www.woodmagazine.com/ it seems to cover all the bases.

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    Love the older (10 years) magazines

    Woodworking does not really change at all - so a 10 year old magazine article is just as good today as it was in ancient past - 10 years ago.

    BUT

    Interestingly enough - there were no www. something .com in the ads.

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