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That is dad's profession: A pro cabinet maker and woodworker. That makes the job really do-able and a lot easier than with tools that most homeowners have.

And yes, the panel saw is great.

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Thanks all for the very nice comments.

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I did'nt make a nice comment....I laughed when PDP thought you were your dad, which is not possible because he looks inteligent and smart....

and when PDP thought that the guy with the green jacket...(he was PC because he wanted to say the ugly looking twit with the glazed stare, aka YOU), was CD's son...because we all know you're no good

Nice table your DAD made.....HE did a good job...the table HE MADE looks really great....
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But Giu . . . how many guys do you know can operate a router sideways, with their shoes glued to a wall? AND, have the balls to have no eye protection . . . that must take some skill (g).


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TB...that's not CD, that's CD's Dad's wood working monkey...he uses special shoes with openings to cling his toe nails to the wall...CD is not that smart...
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TB...that's not CD, that's CD's Dad's wood working monkey...he uses special shoes with openings to cling his toe nails to the wall...CD is not that smart...
You are quite right, that is not me... that is some really good looking guy with a router though! Or wait, is that me?

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Giu! GIU! G-I-U!!!! Your head is not in there, now look at me when I am talking to you and repeat after me: I Will Be Nice. CD is King.

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Can't be you in any of the photos... I don't see a BBQ grill anywhere nearby.

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Can't be you in any of the photos... I don't see a BBQ grill anywhere nearby.
That table is where the product of my fine grilling goes, my friend. By the way, I have to ask you as you are the king of sailnet, exactly how does Giu type in that position and do you think he can see light?

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