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    Is This a Gloat?

    It's been so long since I've had anything to gloat about I don't know if this counts. When I got home from work today there was a DW735 with extension tables and an extra set of knives along with a DeWalt 5" VS ROS. All dropped on my doorstep for $554.
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    Heck yeah Dave, that's a gloat alright.

    But...no pictures...didn't happen...

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    If you can't do a picture, at least you could do a Sketchup rendering. Jim.
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    Nah, it's the pre-gloat hint. The real gloat is when we see the pics.

    Congrats on the [alleged] new planer setup. I've heard a lot of praise for the DW735.
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    It's not a gloat unless you send it to me Dave!

    Congrats!

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    Ken, I'd be happy to send you the SketchUp rendering.
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    yep, dat's a gloat arright

    nice pile o yellow there dave... yep, pretty darned nice!
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    That is definitely a gloat, Dave. Enjoy!!

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    Thank you all.

    By the way, I was just going through a pile of mail and discovered two American Express Glue Spreaders. They came with very nice letters indicating that Ihad earned the right to have these cards. I guess I'd better get to spreading some glue to prove them right.
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    Thats' much better, Dave. Great haul.

    I finally started throwing all the AmEx glue spreaders away. There's simply not enough glue in the world...

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