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grub32

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#1 posted 02-10-2010 02:33 AM

First of all, I would say that you definitely need to identify what work you wish to accomplish. Either way, you are going to need to learn from a professional on how to do the job with efficiency. You need to show a strong work ethic. He who hires you will certainly want you to do it their way anyway.

As for making an impression, I suggest making something that certainly has multiple elements, such as drawers and casework if your skills allow. Also, it would be nice to add in some molding with some compound miters if that is in your skill set, as carpenters need to fit complex angles into their work.

About the grammar and spelling. This is not a job interview, a spelling test or a college thesis. I am appalled that you guys are chastising a young kid for mistakes that you most certainly have made yourself. At least he has taken the initiative to ask for help in starting a hard working career.

By the way, this text entry field has spell check, but no grammar check.

Good Luck Kid,

Grub

-- Educator by Day, Wood Butcher by Night!!


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