|Forum topic by TopamaxSurvivor||posted 2058 days ago||447 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
2058 days ago
I’m an electrician with an interest in too many things that I have never had time to do. Wood working is a biggie. I’m almost 60, so I have a lot to do in the next 40 years! Wood and metal go together nicely to build everything from flintlocks to early 20th century target rifles.
The reason for my handle is I am very happy to be alive and well today. I feel it is my duty to warn all I can to be aware of ignorant drs who do not know the mfr’s data for the meds they prescribe. That med was a migraine treatment, but it caused a very acute pychotic side effect. None of the drs will admit it, as a proper diagnosis is the first step to a lawsuit; therefore, sacrifice the patient. I thank God and my family for survival and my ability to coutinue woodworking and life!
When I’m not working, websurfing, reading, biking, pestering my wife, working in the yard, pulling the 5th wheel, running a target shooting match or planning to build a target rifle, I make boxes. I’m just about to try furniture.
Read Joel 2-25, TS
-- "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence