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  1. I just watched a 2 hour documentary on the Korean War. There is so much i didn't know! But what is a common theme in all wars is how big egos and politics in so-called "leaders" drive men and women like us into their wars, and how so many civilians and military are killed, so much destruction, and none of those "leaders" ever have to account for their roles. I am screaming! Sorry.
  2. I've caught at least parts of episodes the past three Saturday's (when the show runs here on one of our PBS stations) of American Workshop (Scott Phillips). All are listed as 2018 shows. I'm assuming the new season series but can't say for sure. Anyways, I've noticed all of his stationary tools are now again Rikon but anywhere the Rikon badge/name is on the tool, it is now covered with blue masking tape. Same for any of his Kreg stuff. There was a period which he had migrated from Rikon to Laguna at least for the BS, lathe and I think TS...they're gone this season. Woodcraft remains a show sponsor as does Kreg and Rikon. I'm assuming there is some conflict between he and the tool providers for endorsement $$'s or provided tools but only speculation on my part. Scott is listed as the show producer.. I don't recall that before either, but never paid much attention. His wife Suzie also has been absent in the three shows I've seen, but a "special thanks" to her appears in the credits. Just an observation on my part but isn't effecting my BP, appetite, naps or the impending Martian invasion.
  3. Our local PBS channel is showing the series "Rough Cut with Fine Woodworking". I never enjoyed the version with "Tommy Mac". I guess he was just way too different than Norm. Anyway, this series, IMO, is a little better. Looks like it is shot in the shop that was built for the previous series. The new host is Tom McLaughlin.
  4. The latest issue of Fine Wood Working came in the mail today and was eagerly awaiting my return home. After scarfing down supper I was skimming through it and came across an ad towards the back. It was for Rough Cut Woodworking with a new host Tom Mclaughlin from New Hampshire. I knew Tommy MacDonald had left the show after the last season was wrapped and that he had washed his hands of PBS and was moving in some new direction. I have met both these craftsmen and they are both really nice guys. Some of my favorite episodes of RC were the ones when Tom Mclaughlin was a guest. Hopefully the two are still on good terms personally. It seems kind of cheap on WGBH's part to simply recast the host of the show. Why couldn't they come up with a new show title? That said I will tune in this spring when the new episodes air to see what direction the show goes in. Tom was an instructor at both of the Weekend With Wood events I attended and he did an excellent job on his seminars. He offered some great advice to me on a project that I was working on at the time and was a big help.
  5. I have watched this episode many times and I still love it. About a minute in is when the spotlight on the Moulthrop family begins, and what a family! I am amazed at the turnings the patriarch of the family created, and the younger is an absolute genus with his turnings. My favorite is the sticks in the bucket with epoxy he does, then turns the blanks to create these incredible multiple species turnings. Take a look at the video, and have fun. Craft In American Video (Moulthrop Family of Turners) Click on the image below to go to their studio website and enjoy.
  6. Craft in America is back at it, one of my most favorite PBS shows is back and they started their series out with "Service". I cannot find an air date yet, or if it has been aired. I was going through our Netflix channel tonight and previewed it. Here is the Craft in America website, they have a new and improved site that is wonderful to look at. And see below for the preview episode of "Service"
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