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    Hi, I just signed up and posted a thread yesterday in the General Scroll Saw, but I cant find my thread. Is there a time period one must wait before starting a new thread? Thanks

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    I think the system refreshes itself, like every night or something... I've seen threads disappear too.. If no one responds to it in time, it will still be there but not out front...

    Anyway... WELCOME...!!!
    Great place here... I think you'll find that folks are very sharing around here..
    We'd love to see some pictures of your work..
    Jim

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      Hi Mudslag - your post is still listed - at least i can see it here
      http://www.scrollsawer.com/forum/gen...-saw/43483.htm

      Just one comment though. The images you have posted have been taken from another site which is not normally acceptable due to copyright issues. You should remove them and maybe just place a rough pencil sketch of the type of items you have in mind.
      Jim in Mexico

      Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.
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