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    I guess today has been somewhat productive. Went in to work today to get interviewed for a possible promotion, I think it went fairly well. Now the question is when the state allows the facility to promote someone and if I did well enough to get it. Came home and went out to the shop to do some work and decided that the shop was way too messy to really get anything done, so cleaned it up some. It is still a mess but I can work in it now with out 4" of sawdust under my feet and always looking for my tools. One of these days I need to take everything out and clean it proper and re organize everything.
    CHRIS


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    Hey, good luck with the promotion!!! And I always applaud the efforts to clean up and organize - I truly love it when I can just put my hand out and the tool I want is right there -- good job!

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      It appears there is a rash of that clean the shop bug going around. I found the only cure is to just geterdone then keep it that way, kinda.
      Pacifism is great, as long as everyone is participating.



      StephenD


      The Southern Arizona Woodturners Association
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      Grandpa for the 7 most amazing children.

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