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    I figured I'd ask the membership before replying to threads older than 6 months.

    I've seen a few other forums, not woodworking related, where new members are scorned for posting to old threads, many pages deep in any board.

    Anyway, I thought I would be polite, and ask first, if digging up old threads and posting to them , is kosher or not.

    Don't want to ruffle any feathers here!! BladeDancer
    Never seen a blade that wouldn't dance!!

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    Go for it! In my opinion, that just furthers the knowledge base of the forum!

    Bob
    www.GrobetUSA.com

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    • #3
      I'm with Bob.

      Some people have nothing better to do than complain about everything. Feel free to bump an old post to the front of the line. We all might learn something new.
      Kelly
      "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." Walt Disney

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      • #4
        Well, It just might be right neighborly of you to kinda mention your post is added on to an archived thread.

        Ya see, some of use long winded types, we just might have learned something new since the old thread was active, and we may just be a bit embarrassed by the pontificating we did back then. While we maybe weren't WRONG, we could have been a bit lacking in being correct.

        So if you warn me, Er I mean "us", then "we" can go back and be sure "we" don't contradict a previous post.

        Phil

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        • #5
          Go for it Blade-- if someone gets a refresher corse on something long ago -then we all benefit from it.
          Sharon

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          • #6
            Ha Ha Ha Phil. me too. I know I wish i could go back a delet alot of my old post. but what the heck. I have learned here too. and it will just enlighten me again.

            Go for it. I for one. am glad you are showing all this curiyosity. whoo. new word. guess you can tell i don't own a dicttionary Nore do i know how to spell. and way to old to give a dang. thats what i love about the folks around here. they see trough the little things and get to know the person.

            Now you have my suspenders up. what would you like to bring up. I think this is great. your friend. Evie

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            • #7
              There are times when we old timers...not an age thing.... do not recall where we read something. It will be great to refresh our memories.
              I think it is a good thing. So open the closet shake out the moths and air the dirty laundry
              CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
              "proud member of the best scroll sawing forum on the net."
              Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21

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              • #8
                BladeDancer I think you can tell we're a pretty laid back bunch, and bringing up old threads should never be any problem, after all this site is for learning and sharing. And as far as airing out the dirty laundry, Carl, I'm afraid to ask..........
                Bill

                DeWalt 788



                aut viam inveniam aut faciam

                God gives us only what we can handle.. Apparently God thinks I am one tough cookie.....

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