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Wow! She should be happy. The projects look good.

What is in the big piece? TV, Shelves? I like the finish too.

The only furniture we have purchased in past few years are a couch and recliner. I believe if I could upholster furniture the wife would have tried to have me build those too.

Good job.
 

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Yes.. a TV.. She wanted a new TV also so I custom built it to fit for her. I just posted the pic of the inside of the main cabinet for you.
 

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Great work, David!
 

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Nice projects and a great saving.
 

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Ya know.. since I joined this site it's sure gotten addictive for me. I find myself neglecting other
(important) things like my music, but ohhhhhhhh well.
I'm not gonna name drop or nothing but I'm pretty excited that one of this years Grammy Award Winners (Country Music of Course) will be in on the recording of a few of my songs as well as some other SUPERSTARS in the Country Music business..
Ok I'll quit bragging now..LOL
 

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David: I nice collection of furniture that you've made. I guess she likes White huh.

I was born in Peterborough and lived in Omemee until I was 13. I was a friend of Neil Young when he lived in Omemee and when the family went to Florida for the winter i took care of their dog. When they finally moved they gave me the dog.

Neil has a big farm outside of Omemee I hear. I've not been back there in about 10 years.
 

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WOW a great friend to have. So a fellow Canuck eh! Neil Young wrote some GREAT songs!
 

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Nice work, but you need to learn how to negotiate better. You should have said that since you saved $4,300, you should be entitled to spend at least half of that on new tools. You might have gotten away with that one. :)
 

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I've noticed, wives are a big pert of inspiration for a lot of woodworkers.
 

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I think you should get to spend at least half the difference on tools.

Great job.
 

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what's that I hear about this place being addictive ;-)
nail hit on the head!
 
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