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    Family Woodworking

    I just wonder if the members that use this forum know how lucky they are to have accsess to the best run Woodworkers spot on the internet. I have over time checked out several other sites and I am here to tell you that this one is the best by a long shot. Besides being most of the time for me one of the easiest to manuver in. I am not very computer savy but the format here is outstanding. I have watched Charles Neil on You tube and I think he is one great woodworker (just my opinion) but I have found his web site most difficult to operate. I just wanted to let anyone who reads this to know We have the best right here. Now before I fall off my soap box and break somthing I will just wish every one a great summer.
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    I have to agree with you Ron, this is a good place, and that is because we have such good members, and such a hardworking well paid staff..... well, hardworking anyway

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    Stu,

    You are worth every cent we pay you!!


    Plus a million.

    Great group. They will even accept old goats whose brains are leaking out.

    Thanks and Enjoy,

    Jim
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim C Bradley View Post
    Stu,

    You are worth every cent we pay you!!


    Plus a million.

    Great group. They will even accept old goats whose brains are leaking out.

    Thanks and Enjoy,

    Jim
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    Sounds like a great forum, Ron. Do you have a link?

    Thanks for the kudos. A forum is only as good as its members, and this one has great members.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Roase View Post
    I just wonder if the members that use this forum know how lucky they are to have accsess to the best run Woodworkers spot on the internet. I have over time checked out several other sites and I am here to tell you that this one is the best by a long shot. Besides being most of the time for me one of the easiest to manuver in. I am not very computer savy but the format here is outstanding. I have watched Charles Neil on You tube and I think he is one great woodworker (just my opinion) but I have found his web site most difficult to operate. I just wanted to let anyone who reads this to know We have the best right here. Now before I fall off my soap box and break somthing I will just wish every one a great summer.
    Yes we do !
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    Yes, we do know. It is a good place.
    I am often reminded of that when I visit another forum I belong to (not woodworking) where the moderators are highly opinionated and officious. They shut down discussions simply because they do not like what is being discussed. We don't do that.
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    Well, I think Ron is right--and I've felt that way for a long time. When it comes to woodworking I like being home with the Family.
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    Ron

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    It is truly a Family. And like all family's we have our moments. The good times out weigh all the bad.
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