Well i thought it might help some other newbie prevent making the same mistakes i made so here goes.
When you tired stop and lock up the shop. Statistically you just more likely to mess up a piece of wood or even get hurt. For me it was lucky i only crunched a piece of wood in the dado blade and not my hands. Dont even know how i did it. Pure negligence and distraction.
When you cut and mill lumber for a project, make sure to do extra and if you really raw like me do double extra. First your practice cuts will eat up some. Then your mistakes will eat up some, then you need some to practice finishing on and you cannot see finish on wood that looks like swiss cheese.
Be philisophical its only wood you can replace it.
Now i need to go back and mill some more and you know what its like you never get it to the same thickness. Dang.
Also make sure to buy more at the same time so its from a similar batch. I dont have that problem but it occured to me when i realized what i have to do.
Dont think i will be finished anything before Christmas.
Hope this helps someone Does not help to know this stuff and then not listen.