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  • Hello, this is my first post on Yours site

    Hello, this is my first post on yours site, I thing it's great. I'm reading it for some time.

    I've registered because of problem. So I'm asking you, because I've seen here many smart and good people to help me to understand this correctly.
    I am From Canada
    Nice day is it today, but I have a question for all...

    In first , how i post message to PM...???

    Thank you very much!
    Mark. G..!!

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    Hi Mark,
    On the Wood Carving Illustrated message board, you said you were from Germany...did you move from Germany to Canada, or am I confused?

    Bob Duncan
    Technical Editor

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    • #3
      Mark,
      As I said on the WCI site, I've banned you because of all the similar posts you made on a variety of other, non-wood related sites (everything from photography forums, to nature watching, etc...

      If you want to appeal my decision, feel free to e-mail me at Duncan(at)Foxchapelpublishing.com

      Bob Duncan
      Technical Editor

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