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leehljp
leehljp
ScrollSawer
Last Activity: Yesterday, 03:06 PM
Joined: 02-14-2016
Location: Tunica, MS
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  • leehljp
    replied to Plenty of limes but no tequila!
    I miss inconsequential doctors appointments! Back when this all started, I grabbed something heavy and pulled hard; my middle finger snapped both at the base joint and middle of the finger joint. Kinda of like a loud popping of the knuckles. Some swelling but not huge like a break. (I had that once)....
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    Last edited by leehljp; 06-30-2020, 03:18 PM.

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  • That picture reminds me of occasional pictures featured in the APOD - Astronomy Picture of the day.
    https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/archivepix.html
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  • Not Scrollsaw, but Jigsaw experience: I am enjoying the new cordless tools and have been using some cordless since the late '80s with the Makita drill. I have numerous Ryobi 18V Lithium tools. About 3 years ago, I bought a Ryobi 18V cordless jig saw. I have a Bosch corded and it is sweet in cutting....
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  • leehljp
    commented on a Visitor Message From jim_mex
    Jim, your posts always make me laugh and you have great insight into problems and solutions too. Thanks for the kind words. World travelers are not all the same. I always enjoyed where I happened to be. My three girls (all grown) often take vacations together over seas somewhere and often take a friend...
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  • jim_mex
    jim_mex posted a Visitor Message for leehljp
    Hi Hank - thanks for your reply to my Cyclone Dust Collector post. It was interesting to hear of your experiences working between continents and I see from your solutions that inventiveness is a key attribute you have. I admit to sometimes getting a little bit frustrated when the resolution by many...
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  • I enjoyed reading all of the comments on the dust collector and the narrow shop and the moving parts from one country to another! It is fun and quite inventive!

    When I went overseas (Japan) in '86, I enjoyed woodworking and I didn't know what I would get into over there in getting lumber...
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    Last edited by leehljp; 06-02-2020, 02:31 PM.

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