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    new year challenge-- brent vrs jim

    ok we all know that both of these gentlemen have the supplies needed for said projects,,
    brent has the wood for a table and jim has a walnut crotch ...

    so here is the challenge to both of them, they have all year to finish these projects and they both will win the prize..if they complete there projects..

    the prize will be disclosed later also we need to have pictures for proof, preferably some in process pics, but not disqualified if they dont
    also we are family oriented so no wagers on this guys and gals just give your player any support you can to complete this as soon as they can there will be a bonus if completed before june 1st
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    Atta boy Jim! Gitr Dun!
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    I might have to adjust a couple of other 'projects in progress', but hmmm, let's see about this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    Atta boy Jim! Gitr Dun!
    You tell 'im, Brent!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    I might have to adjust a couple of other 'projects in progress', but hmmm, let's see about this.
    Whaaaat? Brent has more than one project going on?? Good luck to you both!!
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    dont give up so easily brent,, i know you have some member's on your side as well
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    SH's BOOM BA GOOOOOOOO Brent...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    dont give up so easily brent,, i know you have some member's on your side as well
    Yeah, right... Maybe, Just maybe Sharon might be, but she knows me too well....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    Yeah, right... Maybe, Just maybe Sharon might be, but she knows me too well....
    no if you recall some time ago i had given you some insight on how to get around that hurdle thats in frnt of you.. and anyone that has as much patience as you have to have to do your day job i know you can jump that hurdle brent and i can surly say that once you get past that hurdle that your next endeavor will go much easier.. BTDT to many times like just had one tonight.. but the old mistakes are easier to fix after you have done it once..profiled pieces to accept a panel the pane drops and dents the profile a 1/8" -- cure say bad words then get the water bottle and the fine pry bar and some more coffee,, squeeze in water and wait for it to soak then squeeze in more and now its passable after a touch sand.. only one that wil ever see it is me but you have your own tricks that you can use and if you need more incentive or suggestions due to your memory lapse in your older age just ask and were right here to help!!
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