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07-09-2013 02:18 AM

giving out info - 20 replies

I downloaded a program today that lets me see who is gathering information when I use the internet. When I just clicked onto LumberJocks these programs are collecting data. Google AdsenseGoogle AnalyticsQuantcastScoreCard Research Beacon I have some issues with this…

06-13-2013 01:33 PM

Steam powered wood box building - 3 replies

A friend sent this to me so I am putting here for my LJ friends. http://youtube.googleapis.com/v/_mKSKZau9qs

12-20-2012 06:40 AM

Guilt - 4 replies

I am finally in the shop… Now, inspiration is being altered by lots of guilt for just being in the shop when there are more chores to do…

12-31-2011 02:27 AM

Impossible doweling? - 10 replies

Had anyone been successful glueing tight fitting dowels in deep non through holes without the dowels being kerfed for air/glue escape?

11-04-2011 04:17 PM

stupid - 22 replies

The “Off-topic content. Click to see the post.” is stupid. I am amazed that this has happened to this site. Where did the adults go?

03-10-2011 06:11 AM

Project category additions - 3 replies

I was looking at the list of sub categories in the Project tab and thought a few more could be added.1 – musical instruments, 2 – candle/lamps, 3 – cutting boards, 4 – misc.

02-15-2011 03:15 AM

block list - 59 replies

I just found out that I am on someone’s block list and that started me wondering if there is a section here that I can see who else has blocked me out. Is there such a list or do I just bumble into them? I hope this has not a rehash of the topic…

09-22-2010 01:46 AM

A1Jim - Ok, Where are ya? - 7 replies

Ok A1Jim, its been 10 days now, where are you?

06-01-2010 11:35 PM

Sharpie Pen Panic - 12 replies

I have a rather large and pricey long turn wood project that requires the use of Sharpie makers/pens. With an email conversation with woodturner Ernie Conover, he made mention that Sharpie pens are NOT permanent and will only last a short period of time so India Ink is one of the few that will last. Ok, a panic racked this old guy in that so muc...

01-29-2010 04:48 AM

Seattle, WA - 17 replies

Well the comany I work for is sending me to Seattle, WA this coming Monday morning (Feb 1, 2010) for 3 weeks so if there is an LJ that might want to meet in the late afternoon or evening… I will be sharing a rental car with another worker, (cheap company) but will try and make every effort to meet. I have been to Seattle a few times in the...

01-10-2010 05:09 AM

Just one of those days - 16 replies

Saturday started out great with 8 small projects all in work at the same time and everything was going better than expected until when scraping glue off the the back side of a cutting board glue up I ran the putty knife into the side of my finger. I knew it was close so I had moved my fingers so if the putty knife slipped it would not hit one of...

11-25-2009 06:50 AM

7 Myths of Poly - 23 replies

Here is a very interesting read. After reading this I have to wonder, who do I believe…?http://www.popularwoodworking.com/article/The_7_Myths_of_Polyurethane/

11-23-2009 12:47 AM

Holiday Woodworking Kits - 7 replies

Just had a thought… For those that are trying to earn a few dollars from working the wood and since the Holiday season is approaching instead of making finished items to sell MAKE KITS. Yup, cut, drill, dado, miter or whatever then add all the loose hardware and a set of instructions and sell as a kit. There are all age groups and skill le...

09-22-2009 10:10 PM

Solvent Based Finishes - 11 replies

I went to Lowes here in California yesterday and found out that they are not going to carry any solvent based finishes in the future and much of what they have they are selling at reduced prices to get rid of them. This puts a bit of a hurt on my budget in that I will have to order by mail/internet and have finishes delivered. I have always want...

09-14-2009 08:21 PM

Tomorrows Trees - 6 replies

I have been collecting seeds, starting them, growing trees and planting them for several decades. I like doing this and the trees I plant will be here long after I am gone. Do you plant trees?

08-07-2009 03:39 PM

Had To - 3 replies

TGIF

03-18-2009 06:15 PM

Mission vs Craftsman - 4 replies

Ok, I looked on the internet, looked in magazine, looked everywhere and I am having a hard time figuring out the difference between Mission and Craftsman style.

02-28-2009 06:14 AM

sandpaper - 4 replies

This web page, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandpaper, is rather interesting. There is the history of sandpaper and a lot of other information. A nice read…

01-27-2009 05:35 AM

RPM reinstated - 6 replies

If you are as old as I am and remember records that played music then you also might remember the record racks that used to be near each record player. Records have been gone for some time now but there are still a few record racks around so there has been a new use found for them and it works great! (...and so far no chipping of the teeth and t...

01-25-2009 06:57 AM

I know I know but I checked first... - 7 replies

Well I went to Home Depot and bought 1/2 and 3/4 sheets of Baltic bruch plywood (pricey) and carefully looked for the made in China id because I have read the other LJ reviews and there was no id, it looked good. In the the shop the 1/2 inch split apart and had voids and the 3/4 was all voids and both are worthless. Money and time spent are for ...

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