Chips N Dust

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  1. One year, I decided to buy my mother-in-law a cemetery plot as a Christmas gift... The next year, I didn't buy her a gift. When she asked me why, I replied, "Well, you still haven't used the gift I bought you last year!" And that's how the fight started..... ______________________________ __ My wife and I were watching Who Wants To Be A Millionaire while we were in bed. I turned to her and said, 'Do you want to have Sex?' 'No,' she answered. I then said, 'Is that your final answer?' She didn't even look at me this time, simply saying, 'Yes..' So I said, "Then I'd like to phone a friend." And that's when the fight started...
  2. I should say for everybody, but anyways, while watching NCIS tonight, there was a commercial for a new comedy coming to CBS - Supreme Donuts. At least I think it is a comedy and that is the correct name. Since just about everyone here seems obsessed with donuts, I thought I would pass this on as a PSA
  3. Hope you enjoyed these
  4. Sounds quite interesting
  5. That is a great point to make. Would you mind posting some pictures of your machine setup and how you protect the CNC's PC? Would some of you other CNC operators mine doing the same? Thank you in advance
  6. I think every county can run their juror system however the want. I know in Oregon, the four counties I have lived in all do it differently
  7. Those look great, John!
  8. Here in my county, you are on call for about 3 days. You call in the night before, listen to the recirding, if your number is called you go in. If you are called for a trial, you are done. If not, repeat the call in till your 3 days are up
  9. Sub it to the CNC guys Or use @Grandpadave52 's method
  10. Same thing as before, except near 100 today
  11. Similar to when I take the first swig of a dr pepper
  12. Very Cool Looking Work! Thank you for sharing
  13. Great Tip
  14. I like it! I wonder if you will pickup other blue tooth signals outside and end up spraying hot water by mistake (or something else)?
  15. @beltramidave I have this question, the bevel (or chamfer) on the "frame" was that also cut with the CNC?
  16. So do I - "Everyone is born right handed, only the Gifted overcome it". (steve did say he was right handed though)
  17. Same again today. It is supposed to warm up to 98 tomorrow and 103 on Sunday.
  18. That is worded better
  19. Hope you can get feeling better Soon! Remember, nothing sticks out like a sore thumb (words from experience). On a side note, don't try to get into the shop and do something you shouldn't do left handed, you could end up with both hands injured. My uncle broke his wrist golfing, arm/hand in a cast. Got bored, went into the shop and tried to carve a chair seat with an angle grinder (one handed) and long story short, he cut his "good" hand to the bone and then had both hands wrapped up and useless. Twice a day, it was test of his marriage, if you know what I mean
  20. I have taken a picture with my smart phone and then blown it up on the screen to read the fine print on items in the store
  21. Sounds good, but with the 'extra' prizes, will that not drive up the Site's operating costs?
  22. Very Cool. Thanks for posting
  23. I saw this today on Lee Valley's website. I thought I remembered somebody talking about how handy this would be on a lathe. http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?cat=1,180,42334&p=75987&WT.ac=pos2_SpecialBuy_09A0826
  24. Welcome Aboard! Pretty friendly crowd here, full of helpful tips and ideas, unless you eat the last donut. BTW, did you bring any? New members are to bring donuts for the 1st week.
  25. I think I will look up all of these posts Keith has done, print them out and put them in my shop notebook. Great info to have right at your finger tips!

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