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    Jediscroller
    American Craftsman

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    It was me doing the deleting

    OK, Gill was locking the thread as I was going through and deleting messages. This got completely out of hand with personal attacks. This is a scrolling forum! I come here for fun not to be a referee but this time I felt it needed to be done. SSWC is nice enough to provide us with a forum to share ideas, tips, pictures, stories and friendship at no charge. We have the good fortune of having several of the magazine's regular contributors as regular contributors to this forum. If you have personal issues with another member, TAKE IT OFF LIST.
    Just wanted to clarify before people start sending nasty-grams to Gill.

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  • Gill
    Fallen Angel

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    Nobody got anything new to say about finishing wooden spoons?

    Has everyone stirred the pot with their own particular wooden spoons to their satisfaction?

    I hope so, because I'm locking the thread down. I've been following the decline of this thread into personal abuse with steadily increasing consternation. We should collectively hang our heads in shame at such discreditable behavior.



    Gill (who hates having to sound like a school marm)

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  • BobD
    Grobet USA's National Sales Manager--Woodworking

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    Posting ettiquette

    I deleted your post Mac because it was a personal comment that should have been conveyed using the private message function. Please refer to the Respect Other Members section of the Message Board Bill of Rights:
    http://www.scrollsawer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6510

    Please consider this your first warning.

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