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pete57

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#1 posted 12-12-2009 08:43 PM

Humm??
What does a professional forum posting woodworker, furniture maker, carpenter, good ol boy look and sound like
? Most of the ones I know are full of the horse dropping materials you know.
If you want to see some of my work go to Facebook and look for pete paris, some is there. I cannot help that I have dial up and can’t post pictures on this particular site as of yet, but they are coming hopefully.

I have a work ethic that has been around since it all started. The older ones teach the younger ones and this is basically a place of learning as I see it. I am even learning from the younger ones these days. So how can I learn anything positive when I come to this site and see that I should not ask questions or comment unless I have shown someone a life history of my shop, my family, and all the things I have tried to build but just can’t get over this little hump without asking for a little help. It is not the question of getting help it is in the asking that people grow. So I ask what does a self implied wealth of woodworking knowledgable professional forum posting woodworker, furniture maker, carpenter, good ol boy look and sound like???

-- Humble Wood Servant


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