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    .....Like to say hello from Tn....I'm sure I will learn a lot here,I have nowhere to go but up....Retired Army...mostly Heavy Artillery, so I excel in tearing things up...I know absolutely nothing about wood-working except that duct tape is handy in most of my projects. I should start a pessimist club....but I don't think anyone would sign up.....with all that out of the way....I will mostly listen....thanks for letting me hang around a little....

    George

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    Wecome George. What part of TN are you from? I live in Manchester but work in Nashville

    --------Randy
    "Ever Striving, Never Arriving"
    website: http://www.coincutting.com

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      George, Welcome from Crossville!
      Don R
      http://www.oldcrowwoodcrafts.weebly.com
      http://www.oldcrowscrollwerks.weebly.com
      Custom Made Scroll Saw Patterns

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        Originally posted by hotshot View Post
        Wecome George. What part of TN are you from? I live in Manchester but work in Nashville

        --------Randy
        Thanks for your response Randy.....I'm not too far from you. I'm over in Pulaski....My middle name is Randall and my entire family "prior to entering the service" calls me Randy and I have a son named Randy....Cool to meet you...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Don R View Post
          George, Welcome from Crossville!
          Don R
          Thanks for the Tennessee welcomes.....kinda thin from the rest...lol

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            Hanging around talking about scrolling and helping each other out is what we do best.
            Welcome from south Florida. Of course you could consider this an "almost TN welcome. I lived in Cleveland and have a kid in Gallatin I visit a lot.

            Jan

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            • #7
              George, welcome from Cookeville!
              Bill

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              • #8
                Electrons travel slow over the Rockys and Sierra Nevada. Welcome from CA. I haven't been east of the Miss yet.
                Sawdust King

                If there is one thing I can make perfect every time it is sawdust.

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