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  • Dragon
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    Must be a gnome from another post that felt like playing a prank on this post. That will teach you to photograph a gnome in the dark!!!

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  • Trout
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    I guess I was having to good of a time last night...

    I don't know where WWS came from...I ment the home page of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts magazine...


    Trout

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  • Dragon
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    Also did a search and came up with a lot of funny ones and I did notice that Sires one. I think it is something like WorldWide Scroll???
    Diane

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  • PuzzledMoose
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    Originally posted by Rolf
    WWS ? Who is WWS
    I wondered that too Rolf - just did a search and came up with a lot of WWS's but nothing seemed to be related to tools.

    One of them is World Wide Sires - you looking for a bull, Trout?

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  • Rolf
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    WWS ? Who is WWS

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  • Trout
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    while they were down...

    I read the home page of WWS which I haven't done in a while..
    and since I was looking at new saw, they so happened to have a write up on the Excalibur...
    their add say's $799..a couple weeks ago Woodcrafters had one for $699...

    I need to get this new saw thing out of my head...

    Trout

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  • kyscroller
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    Boss,
    De Board
    De Board

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  • Greenfield_Bob
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    When I got in here this morning, it said we could get on about 7:30 PM and I thought oh boy this will be a long day.
    Thanks Rob for getting us fixed.

    Bob

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  • CanadianScroller
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    Ahh so it was all Bill's fault

    I too had to think of what to do when the forum was down. Kinda like a blackout.

    I went to the WCI forum

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  • ozarkhillbilly
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    I can answer the time, it was 7:45pm central time I was in the middle of doing a post........

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  • Dragon
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    Cannot remember for sure what time. Had supper and could not get on after that. Went to bed very sad. My computer was off at 9 o'clock so it had to be before that for sure
    Diane

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  • Gill
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    No idea, Ian. Although the definition is on a UK website, it's described as an informal American word.

    It's nice to be back, though. Thanks, Rob.

    Gill

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  • admin
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    Dragon,

    Do you know what time (EST) last night?

    Thanks,
    Rob

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  • PuzzledMoose
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    Originally posted by Dragon
    Jonesing is someone suffering from bad withdrawal. I was at the "pink elephant" stage...
    also got some cuts done on the saw.

    http://www.freesearch.co.uk/dictionary/jonesing
    Thanks Diane - that's interesting that definition is on a UK site - I definitely never heard it there - maybe it's a southern expression? Gill? Chris?

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  • Mackem
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    HOORAY! My blood pressure was starting to rise to a dangerously high level when i could'nt find you all.lol

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