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Congratulations, Ed. No matter the condition of your shop, your work speaks for itself. The "Off 90" viewers and tv crew are in for a treat.

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Way to go Ed!  Get be too good or they'll have you take over Norm or Scott's job.

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4 minutes ago, Ron Dudelston said:

Way to go Ed!  Get be too good or they'll have you take over Norm or Scott's job.

Naw, Ed has standards.;)

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As I said, a visual treat awaits them. 

Probably getting too much in the weeds for them but, your methods, techniques, jigs and fixtures are fascinating, too. 

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Hope all goes well!  If you are busy now, just think what how much more business you might.see after this

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I'd love to see that episode.

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1 hour ago, Fred W. Hargis Jr said:

I'd love to see that episode.

Me, too.

 

 

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Congrats Ed. Obviously they (PBS) recognize and appreciate great art & detailed, skilled craftsman.

Count me in as another to view the episode when available.

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I'll be watching for it locally. Your work deserves the recognition . Awesome

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Well, they came and went back in January.... they actually came in two days to get footage..... I was curious as to what they were going to put together....

 

It aired for the first time on May 6th, then again last night (May 10) and will air one last time on Saturday, May 12......   They finally made the video link available....   If you care to see it, my gig starts at 16:59 at this link......

 

Thanks for all the support guys!

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Excellent! (from a guy who normally doesn't watch vidios on the computer)

 

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It is always nice to have your work appreciated by others. Congratulations.

 

 

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Congratulations, Ed...nicely done...well represented.

 

...and your boxes are absolutely the finest...AWESOME...

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