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Post by Ross Hebeis » Thu, 27 Jul 2006 13:11:00



check it out
www.highislandexport.com
ross
 
 
 

wanna see something big?

Post by Owen Low » Fri, 28 Jul 2006 00:52:26




Quote:> check it out
> <www.highislandexport.com>
> ross

Half expected to open the link to some guy exhibiting his enormous
manhood... well, it may be close to that... whoever turns that baby is a
REAL MAN in my book.

(FYI, if you put <> around your link, as I've altered it above, folks
can command-click from their newsreader to automatically open the site
in their browser - without copy/paste. It's the little things, Martha.)

--
Owen Lowe

Northwest Woodturners
Pacific Northwest Woodturning Guild
___
Tips fer Turnin': Place a sign, easily seen as you switch on your lathe, warning you to remove any and all rings from your fingers. Called degloving, extended hardware can grab your ring and rip it off your finger. A pic for the strong of stomach: <www.itim.nsw.gov.au/go/objectid/2A3AC703-1321-1C29-70B067DC88E16BFC/i...>

Besides, rings can easily mar the surface of a turning as you check for finished smoothness.

 
 
 

wanna see something big?

Post by Ross Hebeis » Fri, 28 Jul 2006 07:31:07


thanks Owen i'still learning.
Ross
<www.highislandexport.com>
 
 
 

wanna see something big?

Post by Owen Low » Fri, 28 Jul 2006 13:52:25




Quote:> thanks Owen i'still learning.
> Ross
> <www.highislandexport.com>

Ha, ha. You and me, both. I guess you need to put in http:// to make it
go automatically with the <> being optional...

http://www.highislandexport.com

--
Owen Lowe

Northwest Woodturners
Pacific Northwest Woodturning Guild
___
Tips fer Turnin': Place a sign, easily seen as you switch on your lathe, warning you to remove any and all rings from your fingers. Called degloving, extended hardware can grab your ring and rip it off your finger. A pic for the strong of stomach: <www.itim.nsw.gov.au/go/objectid/2A3AC703-1321-1C29-70B067DC88E16BFC/i...>

Besides, rings can easily mar the surface of a turning as you check for finished smoothness.

 
 
 

wanna see something big?

Post by Patriarc » Fri, 28 Jul 2006 14:34:56






>> thanks Owen i'still learning.
>> Ross
>> <www.highislandexport.com>

> Ha, ha. You and me, both. I guess you need to put in http:// to make it
> go automatically with the <> being optional...

> http://www.highislandexport.com

Depends on the newsreader, somewhat.

We're all still learning something, most days.  Thanks for posting.

Patriarch