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Blog entry by johnjoiner posted 01-04-2008 05:55 PM 2865 reads 0 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Hi LJ’s.

In case you don’t already have it, Issue #2 (Fall 2004) of Woodworking Magazine is available free as a pdf download. Click on the “Download a free issue” link at the Woodworking Magazine homepage .

I have no relation to WW Mag beyond being a big fan, well and a bit of a Christopher Schwarz stalker (in a good way, of course!). ;-)

-- johnjoiner

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#1 posted 01-04-2008 06:14 PM

Thanks jj!

-- Measure with a micrometer, mark with a crayon, cut it with a chainsaw.

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#2 posted 01-05-2008 06:48 PM

Thanks for the heads up JJ. I downloaded it yesterday, since Ethan mentioned it in one of his posts as well.

-- Bill, Turlock California,

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#3 posted 01-06-2008 04:32 AM

Thanks buddy, I like Wood Mag. even old ones.

-- (You just have to please the man in the Mirror) Mike from Michigan -

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#4 posted 01-06-2008 04:44 AM

I think somehow I’ve managed to buy two copies of the paper one and the DVD of all of the issues.

Just no time to read them.

-- I've been blessed with a father who liked to tinker in wood, and a wife who lets me tinker in wood. Appomattox Virginia [email protected]

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#5 posted 01-06-2008 02:30 PM


I believe the proper woodworking term for your statement; ”Just no time to read them.” is called ‘sumdays’

that is “some day I am going to go through all the woodworking magazines, tapes, cd’s and what ever ad what not, I have stored, stashed and piled all over the shop and house and my library.

Yep, some day I am going to do the same.

Oh and by-the-way, I of course intend on building most of the projects featured also.

That however is a different term that term that is used in woodworking and is referred to as “gunnabuild”

However that is a whole nuther vocabulary lesson in woodworking.

-- Dusty

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