36 Burst results for "Wood"

Fresh update on "wood" discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast

The Bitboy Crypto Podcast

02:14 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wood" discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast

"Kelly, I appreciate it, man. Always a good time. And to that one question, I think TJ you answered it correctly, right? Tell me where to go. Where's the first place to get started? When to level up to advance. I answered that in there. And we do have Tom crown in the chat telling us that the coinbase stock coin is actually rallying right now, and that's another thing to keep an eye on. We know tech stocks have been getting pounded specifically crypto stocks, you know, a lot of publicly traded companies like core scientific, you know, running into solvency issues, a lot of people, a lot of hate on the coin stock as of late, but I could see those blockchain stocks starting to rally as we move into the next cycle as well. Yeah, let's pull up the four hour chart on that and you can see a nice little candle right there if we pulled the 15 minute yeah, you just see a nice little upward trend, especially on this four hours, just been got battered down down to 32 bucks and then it's just all the way up to 50 a so almost a two X there, so almost from 30 to $60. So Cathy wood, I know she got in pretty low. I don't know if she got the exact bottom, but if she did very, very good job. And real quick, I had to pull that off. It was the echo. I hear myself. And so you know what that's like when you're trying to talk and you hear yourself one second later. It's brutal. Wanna hear more about near? It's just a L one that I'm interested in and it's one of the ones I'm looking at. And Tom crown, come to Atlanta. Yeah. Come to Atlanta. Do it. Yeah, man, there's so many cool people. You come over every Sunday. I'll make you some spaghetti. All right, let's talk about some Bitcoin stories now. Let's get into the show. Bitcoin, skyrocketing by over 50%, and this is very doable from these current levels according to Alex Krueger. He has a 150,000 Twitter followers. And he said, we could rally up to $35,000. That's up 52% from the current levels before we get a correction. So we're not seeing that pullback at 28. We're now seeing that pullback a 30, we could go all the way to 35 before we see that pullback. Ask whether it could fall between 19 and 20 this year after the surge, he said it is probable, but notes that 23 is more likely, so he sends 23 could be that key level of support. And he says that the fed open market committee, the FOMC continuing to be in favor of hiking rates and other tightening measures is likely to impact the crypto markets adding that will happen during the next fed meeting is still up in the air. Now we keep talking about the basis points.

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'Stop Cop City' Rioters Rage After Police Return Fire on Criminal

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 5 d ago

'Stop Cop City' Rioters Rage After Police Return Fire on Criminal

"You to hear some journalist David somebody. I don't know or care who he is. He probably writes for Rolling Stone or somebody. He's talking on CNN about what Atlanta's know full well was violence and rage over the shooting death of an antifa guy who reportedly shot and nearly killed a state trooper. It's one of these autonomous zones all over again in Atlanta, they don't want the wacky loony left, doesn't want a police training academy in an area in a wooded area of Atlanta. And so they have occupied the area. I think I saw it on social media last night, something about the forest or save the forest or the anti whatever it is. It's another autonomous zone like Seattle has in Portland, Atlanta, Georgia put up with this? These punks that are think they can occupy a territory? And when the police finally came to clear them out, one young man shot and nearly killed one of the law enforcement officers who promptly returned fire and then killed him. And antifa was so enraged that this kind saintly young man was killed that they ramp took went on a rampage through the streets of Atlanta.

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What is Hedera Hashgraph HBAR

Asia Crypto Today

00:38 sec | 5 d ago

What is Hedera Hashgraph HBAR

"3 a.m. Saturday January 21st, 2023. What is hit or hash graph hbar? Hitter has graph is an open-source public distributed ledger that utilizes the fast, fair, and secure hash graph consensus algorithm. Decentralized applications depths are becoming an increasingly popular way to build decentralized and trustless systems. With the advent of blockchain technology, it has become possible to create decentralized systems that can be used for a wide range. The post wood is hit or hash graph HBA R appeared first on Asia crypto today.

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The Exponential Trend Line on the Gold Price

Crypto Voices

02:09 min | Last week

The Exponential Trend Line on the Gold Price

"So here we are with our gold price curve. Again, we've looked at this so much. Don't think I need to go over the history of the last 50 years. You have the timeline there. You can check prior videos. If you're interested, but here we have the interest rates going up to 22% during the Volcker years kind of pricking the gold bubble in the United States and gold being priced here in dollars and floating freely for the first time since bretton Woods collapsed ten years prior. Gold actually peaked at about $850 an ounce for about two seconds and then in 1980 and then in December of 1980. Paul Volcker took interest rates to 22%. And then from here we had a falling interest rate period all during this period, the great moderation it was called some people called it the end of history at certain times. We had the Soviet Union ended the Berlin Wall fell. All sorts of great things for freedom, but this also happened during a falling interest rate environment, which is quite different from now. And then of course we have the global financial crisis and then gold popping back up in price. First and 2011. And again, in recent years, during COVID. So the current price as of a few days ago, December 31st, 2022, $1812 per Troy, ounce. And again, remember way back in August 1971, when many economists thought that gold would go to zero, gold was a deep pegging, the brenton Woods agreement was falling apart, the Nixon shock, the Smithsonian agreement ended. Even though they still statutorily have a value for gold on the books in the United States, there is nothing tying the dollar to gold. On the books of the United States, nor anywhere else in the world for that matter. And that all ended in the early 1970s. And then we had gold pretty much for the first time floating freely in the market. In the last 50 years.

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Eric Trump Joins Sebastian Live From ShotShow in Las Vegas

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | Last week

Eric Trump Joins Sebastian Live From ShotShow in Las Vegas

"Do we count me? Why do we do this? We slept out of schlep. Jeff slaps older gear across the country sitting coach for 5 and a half hours because we love to fly on Southwest. I'm never flying on southwest again, guys. We do this because we broadcasting and then, oh yeah, Eric Trump walks by. My friend. Well, I know you're a shooter. No, totally. If I'm not working, that's all I do. It's good to be a shot show. So if you've done this before, many times. Many times. So I know your brother's a big hunter, right? What Second Amendment thing are you into? Every second amendment thing. It applies through the air. I love it. I grew up doing a lot of competitive shotgun, competitive rifle, a long-range stuff. I'm a nut. If I'm not working, I'm shooting. It doesn't matter if it's a long-range rifle shotgun pistol carbine. He is black powder. We've got to get him Friday for the same. And I love hunting. I thought I can't do that. I've been shooting since I was a kid. What's an English thing? Are you guys a level of skill? No, you guys is easy. You guys see? Never run around the Woods with bows. They don't have that over there. Well, we got the long bow. That's a little bit longer. So I've got to ask you, if long range, if you're into long range, I'm pretty good, but I'm old school, 'cause in the army I use the three O 8 since 6 two. Somebody sent me a 6.5 creedmoor. What do you like? When it comes to ballistic coefficient, if you're like wildcats, what are you doing? So I do a lot of workouts. I learned for over a hundred calibers. It's something that very few people know about a Trump, but I love the 6 millimeters, so I shoot a lot of the 6 stackers, 6 GTs, because it's more stable. Now I just like them. I mean, they're low recoil, they fly really, really well. They're fantastic out to 1200 yards. I love the 6 millimeter. Now

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Cathie Wood Sees Bitcoin and Ethereum Coming Out of the Current Market Crisis Stronger

ZyCrypto

00:32 sec | Last week

Cathie Wood Sees Bitcoin and Ethereum Coming Out of the Current Market Crisis Stronger

"8 p.m. Sunday January 15th, 2023 Kathy would seize Bitcoin and Ethereum coming out of the current market crisis stronger. Kathy wood, CEO of U.S. based investment management firm ark invest sees public blockchains like Bitcoin and Ethereum coming out ahead after the ongoing market crisis subsides. In a letter dubbed what the market overlooked in 2022 sent to clients on January 12th, would highlighted the breakthrough technologies that are already transforming the world, praising blockchain.

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Mega Millions swells to $1.1B after 3-month losing trend

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Mega Millions swells to $1.1B after 3-month losing trend

"The mega millions jackpot is swollen to $1.1 billion after three month losing trend. I Norman hall. Regardless of how long it takes, the odds of winning the top lottery prize don't change and their formidable at one in 302.6 million, but some one will eventually match all the wedding numbers and claim to jackpot, which now ranks as the 5th largest in U.S. history, the long odds are discouraging to Chicago's Kirby Collins. I'm here to play my mega to be a billionaire. Return Chicago city worker Tony Woods has a spending plan, just in case. First of all, 10% to my church. And then I got a list of people that need things. My family, members. I would take care of them. Make a million displayed in 45 states, Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Virgin Islands. I Norman hall

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Everyone in California's Montecito ordered out amid deluge

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Everyone in California's Montecito ordered out amid deluge

"Every resident of the community of montecito, California has been ordered to head out due to flooding. I Norman hall, an evacuation order has been issued for montecito and surrounding steep areas already scarred by recent wildfires. The order came on the 5th anniversary of a mudslide that killed 23 people and destroyed more than 100 homes in the coastal enclave. The national weather service reported that at least 8 inches of rain fell over 12 hours with several more inches predicted before the latest storm system most of the area. It studded with winding roads and wooded hillsides with large homes, celebrity residents include Oprah Winfrey and actor Rob Lowe. I Norman hall

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Doncic scores 34 points in triple-double, Mavs beat Pelicans

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Doncic scores 34 points in triple-double, Mavs beat Pelicans

"Luka Dončić and Christian would carry the Mavericks to a one 27 one 17 victory against the pelicans. Dončić had 34 points, ten rebounds at ten assists in his 9th triple double of the season. He scored the maverick's final 11 points in the first quarter for a 34 15 lead, which is gonna win you know. When I came out, you know, but they hold the lid so we got a win that fell to medicine. Wood scored 9 of Dallas's first 13 points and finished with 28 in the Mavericks 8th win in 9 games. Jonas Valentina said 25 points and ten rebounds for the pelicans. I'm Dave ferry.

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Pennsylvania officer killed, 2nd wounded; suspect shot dead

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pennsylvania officer killed, 2nd wounded; suspect shot dead

"Pennsylvania authorities say a suspect wanted for the fatal shooting of a police chief has been killed. I Norman hall. The man suspected of fatally shooting a Pennsylvania police chief and wounding another officer in confrontations during a foot pursuit near Pittsburgh was killed by police after a chase later Monday. The officers were shot blocks apart in brackenridge and Allegheny county town northeast of Pittsburgh, the slain officer was chief Justin McIntyre, according to Allegheny county police, the suspect carjacked a vehicle, and when Pittsburgh detectives spotted it, he fled, police say the suspect crashed the vehicle after a car chase, ran into a wooded area, fired shots and was killed when officers returned fire. I Norman hall

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2023 Has Arrived. Will It Be a Good Year for Bitcoin

Live Bitcoin News

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

2023 Has Arrived. Will It Be a Good Year for Bitcoin

"1 p.m. Sunday January 1st, 2023. 2023 has arrived. Will it be a good year for Bitcoin? 2023 has finally arrived. Happy new year to all digital currency enthusiasts out there Hayes to hoping that all Bitcoin players are greeted with kinder, gentler, and more loving maneuvers to their crypto stashes than what was doled out in 2022. Could Bitcoin recover soon to say 2022 was a bad year for crypto wood. The post 2023 has arrived. Will it be a good year for Bitcoin appeared first on live Bitcoin news?

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Cathie Wood FTX Has Done Harsh Damage to the Crypto Space

Live Bitcoin News

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Cathie Wood FTX Has Done Harsh Damage to the Crypto Space

"5 p.m. Sunday, January 1st, 2023 Kathy would FTX has done harsh damage to the crypto space. Bitcoin bowl and crypto investor Kathy would thinks the FTX debacle may have done irreparable damage to the crypto space, and she says the incident will likely make many institutional investors stay away for a long time. Kathy would thinks the damage done by FTX is severe, the FTX fiasco will go down as one. The post Kathy would FTX has done harsh damage to the crypto space appeared first on live Bitcoin news.

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Former Russian President Backs Digital Fiat Currencies Over Fiat

TheNewsCrypto

00:17 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former Russian President Backs Digital Fiat Currencies Over Fiat

"For p.m. Sunday January 1st, 2023. Former Russian president Bax digital Fiat currencies over Fiat. Russia's interim leader between Vladimir Putin's two terms as president Dmitry Medvedev claims that the bretton Woods monetary system will.

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New York OKs human composting law; 6th state in US to do so

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

New York OKs human composting law; 6th state in US to do so

"New York becomes the 6th state in the nation to legalize human composting, technically known as natural organic reduction. Democratic governor Kathy hochul signed legislation on the last day of the year to allow human composting, which is considered an environmentally conscious method of burial, the body is placed in a reusable vessel along with plant material, such as wood chips, alfalfa and straw. The organic mix breaks the body down in about a month, the end result a cubic yard of nutrient dense soil or about 36 bags of it. The New York State Catholic conference calls it inappropriate and says human bodies are not household waste. Washington state Colorado Oregon, Vermont and California also allow human composting. Julie Walker, New York.

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We Chat With Paul Sztorc of Layer 2 Labs

Crypto Voices

02:03 min | Last month

We Chat With Paul Sztorc of Layer 2 Labs

"We're joined here by our special guest today. Bitcoin independent economists think our programmer developer Paul storz has been on the show a couple of times before. And fresh off some interesting news from his entity layer to labs, raising $3 million very interesting, glad we can catch you. Paul, welcome. Thanks a lot for joining. Hey, thanks for having me. Yeah, so we last spoke and it was good to meet you in person in Riga at honey badger 2022 coming to my neck of the Woods in Eastern Europe. Yeah, it was great. I promise you, we'd spare the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth discussion for later for different pod. But this one I think I want to talk more about, everything that you've been doing for many, many years. And I'm interested in keen to hear some updates. I'm always up to something exactly. So what was the story with layer two labs? Is that a secret project that you had brewing for a while? Well, yeah, I was kind of like, you didn't really know what people would think of it, but yeah, actually a lot of it is sort of still secret, but I have put together some good ideas. We've got some opportunity and we've got an interesting business model, and so basically the other thing is, you know, there are all these people out there, you know, this year, especially last year, but January this year, like those ridiculous projects would raise like $250 million that won, that Facebook project, this name, I can't even I'm happy to say I can't even remember. And then Solana, they would give themselves a huge just racist enormous amount of money. was kind of like, you know, if you can't do it with like a little bit. But this is only the seed round. So I think we'll raise a second round, but that will probably be the only two rounds, but really $3 million is kind of a lot. If you're ready to think about it, I was thinking about how I don't know what you want to call it like just spending a ton of money, these other crypto companies are, it's just a scheme.

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Doncic has another triple-double, Mavs beat Rockets 129-114

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Doncic has another triple-double, Mavs beat Rockets 129-114

"Luka Dončić stayed hot in the Mavericks picked up their 5th straight win by defeating the rockets one 29 one 14. Dončić provided 35 points, 12 rebounds and 13 assists. Two nights after his 60 point triple double against the Knicks, former rocket Christian wood had 21 points on 5 of 8 shooting from beyond the ark. Dwight pal shot 8 for 8 off the bench while scoring a season high 19 points. Jalen Greene delivered 23 points for the rockets who trailed by 25 at one point and lost for the 7th time in 8 games. I'm Dave ferry.

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Good Versus Actual Good People

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:27 min | Last month

Good Versus Actual Good People

"Let's say you're an independent. You're not right, you're not left. Or at least that's how you define yourself. Do you think your child, let's say, you're 18 year old, you're 25 year old. Would become a kinder finer human being if no, no, I'm going to give you my oars. This is one of my more questions. If your child became a religious Jew, religious Protestant or religious Catholic or religious I said you were a religious Mormon or a religious leftist, so to speak. In other words, a serious woke leftist. Do you believe that the first four would produce the same type of human as the 5th wood? The first four being the traditional conservative. No, I don't. No, I know you don't. I'd like to ask this if people who are, as I said, independent. People are, we're both made depressed you. Really? Yes. Oh, that's fascinating. I thought it's a rhetorical question. That's what we think, but I have assumed before that it's understood that people who are traditional or conservative or religious will be better people than those who are leftists, but I can tell you, Dennis, besides, conservatives, other people don't see it that way.

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Doncic, Mavs top Lakers 124-115 to celebrate Nowitzki statue

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Doncic, Mavs top Lakers 124-115 to celebrate Nowitzki statue

"The Dallas Mavericks defeated the Los Angeles Lakers one 24 one 15 after unveiling the statute of Maz legend Dirk Nowitzki prior to the game, mass coach Jason Kidd says the mans were different team in the second half scoring 81 points. We played through Luca in the post to create a different double team and Luca being the quarterback. He found the open guys and they knocked down shots. Luka Dončić led the bands with 32 points, Christian wood at 30, Tim Hardaway 26, including 16 and the 51 point third quarter while LeBron James led all scores with 38 for the Lakers. Bob Stevens Dallas

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Doug Welcomes Carl Higbie to the Show

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:40 min | Last month

Doug Welcomes Carl Higbie to the Show

"Got caught here because welcome to the podcast hope always going well with you during this season. Can't complain, oh yeah, so last week a deer season up here in Connecticut, so I'm up here with some buddies who are trying to fill the fridges and take advantage in the last time out in the Woods and the stands. So we're anxious about it. Well, that is good. My dear season been sort of all in all. I thought it takes you and I takes a little bit about it. I started off the year good going well. I mean, had it planned out, had 8 more commit my neighbor kills the April while I'm in this band. You know, it's just like, are you? Can I actually see him going to get it? That's even worse. Then it comes back. I'm like, oh God. I've been playing this out in our fields. In our neighborhood, it's actually a sort of suburban area, but they're protected, although people don't like. And so I've had them planned out and there was this one big 8 corner he was going on and he really good. And he had a couple of two year olds with him. You know, 5 more and 6 more. But they were young. Running buddies. I'm sitting there and all of a sudden I started hearing noise behind me and I'm like, no, no, no, no, no, no. And yes, he doesn't got money. I was not happy. And then I ended up hurting my shoulders. So now, Georgia, fortunately, we go from, I still got to January 30th. Roughly into January and middle of January together. So I'm going to try and get back in it. And so we can pick up at least a meat for the freezer for the next little bit. You know that qualifies you for a crossbow because crossbows are for old guys, bad shoulders and Democrats. Well, one or two of them. And I do have a crossbow. I did a stupid. I pulled it back, not looking and anyway, last long story.

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"wood" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"wood" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"Tech host, Molly wood. From American public media, this is marketplace tech. I'm Kimberly Adams. Marketplace tech host mollywood is leaving journalism after two decades in the field, including the past four years as host of this show and more recently, as co host of the marketplace podcast make me smart and host of her new show about climate change solutions, how we survive. And since Mali's a tough reporter, who has asked some pretty hard questions of her guests over the years, we felt it was only fair that listeners got to submit some questions for her. So we started with Keira Davis, who tweeted us a question, what was Molly's career path? And how did she end up in tech and finance journalism? I started out as a hard news journalist did some sports and moved to the Bay Area in 1999. And if you moved to the Bay Area in 1999, you were doing tech. And that was at a time when a lot of these businesses and business models were just developing. And so it ended up being this sort of incredible economic education in capital formation, venture capital, the inevitable march toward monopoly, and then, of course, I was lucky enough to land at marketplace, which really finished off the economics part of that equation. That actually leads pretty nicely into our next question from Jorge Martinez, who asks, over your years in the tech industry, what positive changes have you seen on how we treat women in this industry? Well, I think that is a mixed bag. It is certainly there is more conversation than there used to be about women in the tech industry. That's no question. But I will say that over 20 years of tech journalism, I can't say that there's been a sea change. I think it's still in the lots of work to be done stages. There are still a lot of empty stalls in the women's bathroom at tech events that I go to..

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"wood" Discussed on Wood Talk

Wood Talk

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"wood" Discussed on Wood Talk

"This is actually cut very well oregon stall his motor with this piece of four quarter now then something else is probably wrong Good point wonder how much of this is also like personality based in the sense of against something new. I wanted to be mine so now i need to like refresh it as much as possible so this is now my new thing that i could be proud of. I had that problem with like things that are not woodworking stuff like things that will get greasy or like actually dirty but would stuff like this. Hit it with some compressed. Air usually good enough. I think if i would buy like a used barbecue or something like that i would clean the crap out of that. Yeah yeah because then there's other people's like food dirt on there that you've got to clean off but like that feeling of like you totally refreshed it. It's as almost as new as it could be. Maybe even like i've seen people completely changed the paint job on use tools but unify them with a new paint just to make it very clear that this is this. Is there that that's pretty. Say i have done that for any of my woods stuff Just uninventive enough. Matches slaps cremona hit sticker on it and calls it. Dun dun done I've got one here from chris. He says my wife loves to read the labels on everything in steers me away from the products who save handling directions. Basically read known to cause cancer. Well dope buy anything from california right or in california. Because you'll find that sticker on everything looks for a okay looking for a glue for bentley nations and veneers. My wife would be accepting of So i've got a suggestion here. I think it's probably one of the safest you're gonna find that's specifically for. This is a unibond one so if you go to vacuum press dot com through the company that makes it it is a p. formulation water-based Really not gonna hurt ya not a whole lot to it. It's a lot like the same glues that you know. We used to assemble a standard pieces of furniture. I have used that a number of times on both the nearing and bent. Lamentation and i liked the results. I got no complaints whatsoever. Puppy hazel in. Ups tecom exactly something. Something's going on. Can we get it both the minor lazy and sleeping right now. So unibond one is my suggestion. There are other ones. You could look at it. I think What's the one that Joe woodworker avenir supplies. What's stuff called. I think shannon you might have used that recently veneer no okay yet. I the i forget the name now. Ultra carrot is another one that i've used a fair. I think we've gotten to a point. Now there's enough of these formulations out there that you don't have to use like unibond hundred stuff with formaldehyde. Really nasty stuff now. What you mean. It is a compromise. I think it is. Those are better glues. The end result. I think is a better finished product. That probably will last a little bit longer. But these other glues are pretty darn good and it's a good piece of mind so you could let your wife read that label and It'll probably still say something about cancer so you won't be able to use it so don't bother great doing any of this. You know what. Now that i'm thinking about it that express veneer glue that joe would rehearsals. I wouldn't use that mitt lamb nation. That's really the nearing glue differ. So well i mean. Suppose if you're the that. I don't know that it's really meant for lamb. I think it's meant for or the near than anything else. I generally see them both as very similar things you want that really rigid glue line could point away but i don't know specifically about their glue. Look it up right now. I see that basically. I go to joe woodworker. Because he's got all kinds of articles about glue really reserve because clearly his thing is nearing. You know not so focused on lemonade or anything like that. Yeah but i mean i. Two of us unibond one. And i used ultra used ultra cat. I you know that was the first water-based one came across. This is all at work. Not actually my own shop. We did bent lamb with with epa which is actually kind of pain in the butt to do because it's oily and we just found the unibond worked better for the exotic stuff. And i think he's got a slightly longer open time. I remember correctly than ultra cat. I dunno you both water. So they're both gonna have a shorter cure time than than the nasty formaldehyde-based anyway. So you got options there. Hopefully that will help you kris. Okay i got a question here from matt actually. I have to dumb questions from that. He said that not me. Well i dumb question. Why would you choose to use a minor. Gauge verster commercially made cross-cuts. Let me buy one of those sweet rockinger cross cuts. Let's second question actually. Let's discuss the first one. I totally unrelated. I asked this because our excuse me. I chose this because who better to talk about. Cross cuts leads than me. That's what i was thinking. I brought it up. Because bench appliances table salt appliances whatever fixtures. Whatever you wanna call them to me. I always wanted to be as simple as possible. Like the more moving parts. I have on that the more things that can go wrong. The more things that i have to just so if my cut is off if i'm making a ninety degree with across cutter from making forty five degree with the cross cut in the cut is off. That means. there's things that. I've got a mess with so nine times out of ten. I like across got sled. Just because it removes some of those variables you've got that curve and you know you're not you're technically are still moving. Would over the blade but the wood is fixed up against defense now moving this sled riding in slots the the minor gauge kind. Kinda sort of the same thing but you know you don't have that platform that it rides on. You don't have that thin curved capability and all that stuff it just kind of gives you a level of repeated not repeatability consistency over just putting the minor minor gauge right on there. Certainly a heck of a lot more support than just working street with the miter gage any thoughts on from you guys from people who use table sauce actual users i think You get a little more versatility with minor gauge things that you might not be able to do with sled if you look at the rock ler design and and many of them the angle can be you know the left side can move forward pivoting from the back rights. You can get the full range of angles that way but what about pulling it back toward you. It only goes so far before it hits a stop and then you're stu- so most mitre gauges can go you know in both directions and sometimes that's really advantageous just depending on. What kind of angles. You're cutting with the shape of the work pieces Or are it's probably going to be easier to go on the other side of ninety instead of trying to you. Know maneuver your work piece so that it stays that same angle but gets cut properly. So i mean it's not going to come up all the time but it's definitely something. I think that you get a little more versatility. But i personally. i maintain. both. There are times if i can just do it with the miter gauge and be done with it. It's lighter it's faster it's easier to put on the table input back. My sled is a whole big hunkin thing and like i gotta lift it and put it on a song. It's a whole thing you gotta honk. Tend to attend to think of the mitre. Sled like across cuts led more. When you have like a lot of repeatability needs like i'm bashing a bunch of parts you know. Because then you can clamp stop box and place. But i guess the real answer is they're not exclusive of one another like it's not a matter of choosing joy us a minor gauge or across cuts led each both. There's lots of redundancy certainly in depending on what he does he may not be able to justify having both but i personally i enjoy having both and i use them both..

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"wood" Discussed on Wood Talk

Wood Talk

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"wood" Discussed on Wood Talk

"So yeah great stuff. I mean they've always had wood and wood materials but it sounds like they are really kick in that stuff up. A notch will have to check it out to check out the author. John went there and he told me he said he comes back. He said they have more would go right to lloyd. Good story could store and get back to work on bro. We'll see how that goes back there. Let's get your questions met you all. I o okay. This is from instagram with donate okay. We don't know who's from graham. When buying used for margaret buying us a quick how far to get into it just clean it and go take apart a little or stripped a down to the bare bones. Things thanks again for not quitting and go ler butler. I think this is very dependent on what you're buying like. If you bought a used table saw that was stored outside in a field. The last fifteen years probably strip down to his bare bones. But i don't know table saw top. It's no big deal. Little pit is think with most like the working stuff though there isn't really a need typically tear it down so much. I think we can kind of talk a little bit about like things to look at it for taking a look at buying news equipment and it's a lot of it's like a stick with like a table saw example i guess is giving it kind of run through and seeing how things operate and kind of move so all those moving parts seeing how. They're they're kind of going. You try to lift mechanism. The tilt mechanism see how those kind of move if the they feel doing pretty well. You can take a look and see how clean they actually are if they are binding or something. Because they're dirty will. It's a pretty easy thing to kind of fix the biggest thing on the table size. Probably be the arbor bearings so for those. You can take a listen as his running if it sounds life. Really weird and noisy Probably the arbor bearings. That are going of a big thing. I think for any sort of equipment you're buying used is to actually use them under under under load so actually try and cut something with them to see how they perform. When they're actually you know being used it could turn table saw. It sounds pretty good but then you try and throw some whiz through it and you're like well..

ler butler lloyd margaret graham John
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01:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Bravo because it was already there gearbox they it that's why they're not advertising. That's what i see what you're saying. That's why it's not really a talking point because nobody cares brag about it. They just gearbox. They found it. Just doug michelle's oh here's a box okay. Let's go with that. One roll with traffic was painted white right out here urges. All right who's next. I'm lost i think iams matinee. Yeah okay so from tablet. Consider yourself more a carpenter then. Metalworker is a small shop eerie and depending on his projects. He's moved things around. He may have to work on the car. Atv or something else with the house yard table saw has donald wheels both stands so he needs it. The next project is going to be a table. Stand there you go mark your tables. I work bench with wheels coverage ofi table. I just talked about this with you. My son has gone into welding and needs a well in table. Might debate is whether wood or metal and small shop. I saw on the medalist. Youtube sites a metal table with dog holes clamping. Is there a reason why shouldn't make my table out of metal. When watching what working or metal working what workers heavy wooden table and metalworkers have email table as it should be. The metal workers have military for fire and well. But should you do woodworking on. Would what are your thoughts. So this is. This is.

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

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03:37 min | 1 year ago

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"That character the marxist. It's like the horrible. Like the borat of russian. What was that guy's name that would know the comedian before mother russia. She's and that guy and what else we can offend a lot. Who i've talked to get us out of this. Any nurses are anyone's degrees. We need to insult currently at stage. The show okay. Anyway so is from john. John is trying to drill some holes. That are one inch to one three quarter inches wide about three or four inches deep into the end grain of smaller logs for pencil holder gifts. The wood is issue leftover firewood from camping. That's cut into four to six inch long pieces. These are little gifts for my friends like camping with and i save a logger to from his trip to use for these. I've tried drilling these holes with a spade bit and forced her bit but the spade bits are very jumpy and try to rip the block of the clamps and the fortunate bit smoke a ton and then buying up constantly i have tried removing sunbird with trysts some would removing. Some would with twist bits but seems barely help. I have seen a trick of starting out with a force nur and then using a pattern bit and the router. But i don't want to worry about keeping a good hold on a round or quarter round long. I'm using a cheap drill. Press have tried freud porta cable in safety drill. Bits or for some bits. I am usually drilling maple. Which is harder to drill. Obviously but i can be limited to species by west soil. The campground is there a different technique. I can try drillings. Things by russian enforcer bits using the highest be these are meant to be simple. Sentimental gifts and any help is appreciated. Yeah there has to be an easier way like it's it seems so simple frustrating so the first thing that comes to mind With router definitely be easier. But i'll begin to get that kind of depth out of a router without being super sketchy so i'm gonna just take them off the table. That's probably not going to be a great way to go. is possible. But i don't know if i would recommend if you're especially if you're worried about holding his work these that being like easily can get away from you. I think you're forced obits bits are. Oh and what's happening is that you're telling them as soon as you start drilling because with doer drill press. You're probably running too fast at that diameter especially with the cheaper ones. They can't drop down to low enough speed to keep that forced forbid at the proper. Rpm's guessing like that that's is fortunate should probably be below. Five hundred are fumes. Are so i'm in mosul. Cheaper drope Bottom out eight hundred so you probably drilling too fast. And that is knowing them pretty easily or quickly. And then you're not really gonna have a whole lot of luck after that. So if you don't want to address the drill slower i would recommend picking up like a forum. A carbide forcing her. Bit car by can deal with more tila more speed in. You should be able to sail right through that Especially with a it'd be lower power drope press is well. That's my spend more money nation.

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02:27 min | 1 year ago

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"Just going to say a backsaw. If you want to get really specific go with a carcass saw but a backsaw. I don't even care like a medium sized back saw and the reason i say medium sizes that dovetails not nearly as you utilitarian as a medium size uka carcass. All you can cut ten ends. You can cut up tails you can cross boards by a medium sized backsaw jack plane and like three chisels maybe a one inch chisel maybe three eight cents chisel and a quarter inch chisel and of go really really long way with just those couple tools. Now you're gonna want things like squares and such but you probably have that already that's certainly going to be useful on a power tool shop if you don't have them already so you know maybe if he wanted to you could buy. Mark engage with those tools. Already mentioned you could build marking gauge to. And you don't have to move that to russia. So can you guys think of anything else. I mean a plane saw and a couple of chisels. That's it. I mean a router plane would be a good idea from from joiner perspective because i think has a good spot on a power tool shop but yeah. I don't think there's really a reason to get super crazy here if he's going to go back to power tools don't buy a bunch of hand points because if you're going to go back to your powerful shop you're not gonna use them again. But you'll use the jack plane probably certainly smoothing plane. You'll use an powerful shop. A- i mean that's the challenge. When when fundamentally a lot of the things that i focused on in recommending hand tools for this book specifically jumping to tools that if you came at it from a pure handhold perspective you might not add those to your collection until a little bit later because young dissatisfied the basics. First so this. This book was written in such a way that you have the basics in your power tools so here are the ones that i think are going to be the most useful. So that's why. I think it's difficult to apply that advice across the board but the jack plane great recommendation. That's on my list as well. I think that that's even if he doesn't get a smoother. There are times they smooth with my jack plane and and get a passable. You know so. Yeah probably a lot of ways. I think i think the router planes got to be on there. Just because it's it it is a join ary plane. You can refine ten in cheeks. You can do data. Does you can do half laps. You can do a lot with that plane. That's that is really useful and a power tool shop. Especially if you're not real comfortable with the dato blade and your table saw today joe. So.

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02:18 min | 1 year ago

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"Call shop plywood baltic birch. It's become like the what's the term for that. There's an actual term for that alpha member show like xerox your kleenex. Yeah there's a there's an actual word for that that would score you big points on the scrabble board. If i could remember it but it's not to say that it isn't really high quality stuff but mark just demonstrated. It's really hard to get especially now. Cova has really torn up the supply chain for baltic birch. And the funny thing is is finish ply. In general most baltic birch is not made manufactured anywhere near the baltic sea. What used to be. Baltic birch twenty years ago is not manufactured anywhere near it and it's entirely different manufacturers and now the quality may still be as good but yeah it is an actual product. That is a really nice quality product. But most places where you're buying birch ply or baltic birch. Bligh you're not actually getting that brand name. You're getting shop grade. Play is the my usually get from austin. Hardwoods is they it as russian birch. And i know. They ran a couple of a whole series of instagram posts like last year. Some time talking about the different grades and that this even if they they call it baltic urge doesn't always mean it's the same grade absolutely difference in the good the good stuff and the crappy stuff and the only way determine. That difference is the price tag. You truly get what you pay for with plywood. you know. there's really you can look at spec sheets all day long in the funny thing is if we don't drag this out too much. I was working with a yacht manufacturer. We were trying to develop a panel. That was really lightweight but had the same strength as what they were currently using so we went to their engineer and talked about what you really need. He said well the panel. We're using works. Really great we. Just were lighter okay. Well what's the panel. So i'm not really sure it's it's one of these in the enemy a spec sheet the manufacturer and it had seven different panels seven different products on there. And he's like. I don't know which one it is. Just one of those okay well. Where's your salesperson. We call the sales person. The sales guy couldn't tell the difference between those seven different products. Meaning the the the difference was so miniscule and it what it really came down to was how quickly it was manufactured.

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

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"Tung oil is not actually tung oil. Antique oil doesn't have oil from petri. It's it's the same thing might actually be the same thing. It's called mineral oil so it's just it's it's marketing at its purest form and plywood embraces that fully so go by the from home depot. You don't have to worry that it's not going to be strong enough. It might be a slightly lower quality than something. Maybe you bought at you know a lumber yard or rock ler. Yeah rottweiler but yeah it's shop grade with. That's what you're looking for. Funny thing is. I just built that little plywood rack in the shop and they were out of baltic birch the material that we all use so i was like all right. Let's just go with like shop grader. Pink read and it's not bad. It's it's a lot lighter been working with baltic birch so much that i went to pick up the sheet and i was like wow okay. That's that's nice. I kinda like that and then it's starting to think like. Am i doing this on. Necessarily i also find myself going to baltic birch by default when in reality. There's lots of great shop grade plywood. That would be cheaper lighter easier to handle and with do the job just fine but i will say shop. Great stuff compared to baltic birch. A lot more voids definitely a lot more widespread with washer later because it's hollow then. Of course the. The face veneers very very thin even more so than baltic birch and also very fragile so a lot of the cuts and things that you do even sharp at once you're done it's very easy to free the corner and lift up some of that veneer now. It's shop project. So who cares. It's also pink rate in this. This particular instance. So you would be doing some phil's on there if you were going to apply some paint to it but it's not bad i mean there's plywood carts hold on a lot of weight. It's doing just fine. So that is a key point. I don't want to understate baltic birch ease and actual branded product. It's just that it's so. Many people.

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02:14 min | 1 year ago

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"And his drought over. Sorry same as i leave for for mark every day right now so i'm just going to move it over here when you need to. Actually actually the biggest problem is that the move my truck again all the way and obviously this is not something that everyone can do. But it's been interesting mental shift for me. Because when i first started it was like how can cram many things into the shop as possible and eventually get to the point like you have too much stuff and you can't actually work efficiently. You have stuff everywhere in to us. But when you're like getting started like. I don't know what i'm not gonna use so i'm happy with clarity point in my life where i know. I'm not going to use this. I know i shouldn't have this here anymore. To get rid of it. So another example. I was just thinking about clamps i have a like clamps i bought when i was just getting started. Aren't that good or i have my pipe clamps from my. I started working in my old shop. I hung them in my ceiling. Cool organization thing. i'm like oh put my pipe clamps up in the ceiling in the in the ceiling joyce to get all the way i put them up there and you only time. They took him down to downs. Newsroom zero zero time. The only time they came down islam moved. So that's how i know i don't need pipe clamps down like okay. I'm rhythm so if able wants plump pipe clamps and some really crappy other f- clamps you can have. I don't want him and stuff from the bar now. I can't get rid of it. Because i'm always things that never going to use. You can go in stages you don't have to just get rid of it. I mean i why did stages you put in a storage you print in the stages you go through your storage. You'll be like can use this x. amount of time. Is it time to get rid of this. I've just discovered lake. In fact. I had to look this up. I wrote a blog post back when people did that. Nine years ago about the virtue of elbow room and your woodshop because we all have this province like you just cram stuff in and we're so focused on workflow and like how to like. It's like a big tetris puzzle to get as many of these little things in shoehorned in. And i started like moving stuff out of the shop. Unfortunate that right next to my shop is is like the mechanical room the laundry room.

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02:56 min | 1 year ago

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"Today that's true. That's my rutshuru. Get here notification from shannon all right. Let's go and i'm like. I'm sitting on a bench in gym. Like oh i added two hours instead of subtracting two hours but you know what i made it home and here we got your heart rate up so you know who needs so. It's great got a few more calories. Anyway it's been pretty crazy having to prep all this stuff ahead of time and make sure all the releases we were gonna do or still going. But that's that's like a content creation problem not a woodworking things so not gonna talk too much about that matt. What do you got going on. So as i have been spending more time in the shop. Finally which is. I feel good my thinking more about like shop organization like philosophy and continuing to evolve things. The biggest thing like the happened in my lash was the idea of like converting the shop from lake storage and workspace to just a workspace kinda of that mental at a flip gone The biggest thing was getting lumber storage out of the shop and then they kind of evolved to like the like. Okay you guys let things go eventually. So it's like you get the stuff in storage out of your way and then the stuff in storage as certain point you like. I'm never gonna use this. I need to get rid of this. So i've become a lot more stringent with like offcuts and things like that so like now. I just get rid of them because i know like i'm never going to use a for anything. So then saving them. And when i moved into this shop i started thinking. Well his barn. that's a great for storage. Like can actually move things from the shot that don't need to be there all the time and put them in the storage so the biggest thing with that was my life because now i got ways to move things and make everything portable rule easily so the is out in the barn as well as things like. I don't use very often. But when i needed i needed is not really like an easy way to sort of like do things with lay that you wanna do on a lathe and all kind of have like this laid storage thing or like we have a leave but we don't really use them super offline shan's power leaf. It was christmas presents once a year. Think right so you have four leads. And i don't use them all. That often outside leave i do. I have a backyard is a lead for each season. Actually think on his spring leave today thickly. It's so my sitting in my shop. I'm thinking more. While the things. Like i get rid of or like get out of the shop. Because he's often enough. I think next major tool to go into like this portable storage thing is going to be my drum center now. Why thanks a lot of space.

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04:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Say i think i could probably mentioned a few more. We could go on for useful. So i got three. The i'm going to share. I have one for the table. Saw one for the band saw and one for the planer. The first ones on the table saw the week. After i got married. I have one of these mental ban things on my ring finger. Which hadn't had there before. And i was ripping making your multiple rip passes at the table saw and i was pulling the work these back to make these next rip cut and it was expecting. It's a slight through my hand with the corner of that award. Backboard got stuck on my ring and pivoted towards the back of saba. It and back then. I didn't have a table. Saw with arriving knife or splitter so that could have ended very poorly. Luckily it didn't. And now i don't wear ring. I learned that lesson pretty quickly. The second one the band saw. I tried to cut a globe in half three hundred twelve inch diameter globe. Wow so the had the guys all the way up. And then i go to the globe and of course it's round so it gets pulled into a rolling fashion insulin blade and in a moment's notice all of a sudden there was no more globe there. My hands were somehow so floating in the air and the twelve inches of blade is sitting there staring me in the face like lost my whole hand in that moment a physics so now i'm like don't let people like why are you spend so much time. So the safety of cutting round things ban saw. That's why i can google. They can go sideways in an instant. An instant man. Every time i cut splits for my smoker. So i get like full splits from this place that does firewood and i gotta chop them down a little bit. Because i have a pretty small thirty six inch smokers. I want like little coke size bottle size pieces of wood and there's really no way to cut them because it's all weird shape splits. The miter saw is terrible for that. The ban saw tax. No i don't want to go no. I'm not cutting them along degree. I wanna cut them in half. Oh i see what you're saying is like a it's like a fourteen inch you know. Sixteen inch piece. I just want to cut it in half. Cut it in thirds. I can and even those which kind of they're a little bit more. They're not quite round but there are around parts it's very uneven. Cutting that through the bandsaw saw. There's times i'll do that. And i'm like okay. I need to find another way to do this. Because that's making your sam aloof. Yeah and it's not even a true circle so like a globe. Four cylindrical item. Yeah that was that was like a change of pants moment. Lindsay was in the shop. That time too so i was cutting quote for her. My call no problem and cuts in half you in an instant room to globe. My third one is with the planer. So i got off grid power planner stationary players with the actual feed rollers in it. And what i would do is. I was stand on the i hold the board up as feeding out. I lost my awareness of my surroundings. And how far away from the player was getting and my hand was hole in the bought. The end of the board in iran's the workbench and now my hand his pinch between aboard coming out of player. Any non movable object. The player starts walking away from me. Oh my god. I just broke my hand in the dumbest way possible to learn a lot of swelling. Nothing broke sit down pinned. Like i'm just i'm pin and i was like a foot and a half or so to go for the moment maya hand impacted that workbench. Some some there watching. I can't move. Because i'm stuck washington's planner intense feeding pressing my hand. This gradually walking across the floor. This man i was so that was one of the most terrifying experience because lasted the longest..

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Make it. I give up even try. Just took me right out of it. That's too much. It seems like a really fun thing. I hope it actually succeeds. Okay we have a voice mail to this show goes and supports it. We should get to like six hundred. So that's true. We have well over five hundred people listening to this show. Okay so we have a voice mail here from div kind of weird. But i guess we'll listen to it. Hi guys dave wasserman from medina ohio distended tell you a story about a couple it trees back on my edge. My woods one's a big beech tree the other big birch tree. I've heard him talking in one of saying. Hey that little treat on their girl between us. Is that the son of a beach or the son of a birch and a couple times. I heard him saying that and finally one day. A woodpecker flew up into that beech tree in the beech tree said. Hey woodpecker fly down to that little tree down there and tell us whether that's a son of a beach or a son of a birch so the woodpecker goes down there and comes back a few minutes later and he said well. It's not a son of a beach and it's not a son of a birch but it's the best ash head my tool take care. Have a good day guys. Wow allowed to play that a family show. Dave what are you doing man was awful. But i think a lot of people would find that funny so there you go good joke. We should have steve's hour on the show. Good stuff now. You guys know who else is.

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02:14 min | 1 year ago

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"Boone. That's what i'm looking at. It's like you can look at the hair that's how you define them on the far right. That's that harry here. It's a cool console boat. Looks like an iron aboard. Yeah i don't know somebody made the new yankee workshop. They may norm shop out of lego. I do remember his years ago. I think somebody posted on fine woodworking like on the not swarm or whatever but that was. That wasn't like a kit. That was like somebody who had a bunch of sprayer legos and made it themselves like recreated. The new yankee workshops pretty cool you know back in maybe two thousand two thousand nine or something like that. The woodworks store in ohio had some kind of deal that they had to stop doing. Because i think. Lego got to a point where they wouldn't let things like this happen easily where they had these little kids. You could actually buy power tools. Most of them looked like power matic tools so they were all yellow and they had a plainer drill press table saw. They had a whole bunch of these. I actually believe. I still have some of these in my office. Lego probably wants me to pretend. I don't have them. But they were kids that you could buy with full-size power tools and it just stopped making them. It's pretty cool though. I'm pretty sure i posted. Man i gotta go back. instagram feed. Because it looks like something. I would have assembled taking a picture of and then put away some worth so i got gotta be my instagram. Feed somewhere anyway legos. Great cool stuff. So we'll put the lincoln there. Let's get it two thousand whatever that means. I don't know what that'll do. But let's let's do it like dishes. The milestone a milestone ten thousand milestone. because it can't be that easy like earls they'd be cranking these things out left and right and it's it's not that easy so let's at least two thousand. Maybe they'll give him another ince at ten thousand ads. One hundred eighty two days for every jump so between one thousand and ten thousand. I forget about it. We're never gonna.

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01:56 min | 1 year ago

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"Everything so this right they have this whole like lego ideas thing and i guess you could submit ideas you have to kind of build it and when you submit it to them you send it out to the community and i guess if it gets enough support votes than actually like has a chance of becoming a real kit so this is a woodshop that it's like a fully functional woodshop barn with multiple woodworkers and some things you'll recognize in they're gonna put the link. It's obviously not a simple link. Of course we're going to put that in the show notes. If you want to go check it out but i believe all you have to do to quote unquote support. This thing is to have an account with the lego website and then click the support button. You don't have to pay anything. You're not buying anything or pre ordering anything. It's just a vote that says. Hey i would buy this if this thing was actually produced at believe where they at now let me go to this link. Modern four hundred and forty four. And i think according to the comment that i saw by lego on that post that they have to get to a thousand things says one hundred and fourteen days left to get there so yeah i think what happens is if you get two hundred. They extended the campaign by three hundred sixty five days. Okay so that's what happens. So he got the extension a really long time. I think like a kickstarter that she'll be plenty of time to two thousand and give you all of the possible time to get all the support. Possibly get so i mean actually if they got four forty four now it actually surprises me that all all it would take one thousand. Maybe thousand gets them to the next level but maybe it doesn't mean they're gonna make it doesn't seem like it would take much to get two thousand. How well. I know this i wanna i wanna know what. Lego thinks the differences between the greenwood worker and the spoon carver. I'm trying to zoom in on the mini figures comes with it with a cabinet maker. Turner greenwood spoon. Carver and cabinet maker so obviously.

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

"wood" Discussed on Wood Talk

"A stand today. You know you really take stay them. Domino's come on. You've got to cut north way. Matt answer a question okay. Who's ready for. What is it other. Parents giving other parents unsolicited advice. Let me handle this one so good. I'm good job here questions you those. Everyone's favorite thing as a new parent. You'll never get sick of people telling you all the things. Most your children should do. How many people contradict each other about all the advice they give you so just you know bigger parent anyway. This from andrew andrew says in a few months that will be a first. I father in wants to know how you guys dealt with having a newborn while continuing woodworking. Did you put away the power tools. The geo exclusively with hand tools andrew with light to learn jeopardy's germany but not sure what resources are out there Having answered that right now would she's link discussed too much noise or do take a hiatus anthea debt. I think for sure the dad enjoy that time as much as possible because it is quick and never comes back so that that's my god tearing another they have another one then another one. Hey hey as long as having a little babies around you. How tiny they are. They're cute is smell good when you wash them. Yeah there's there's things. I remember.

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"wood" Discussed on Wood Talk

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

"wood" Discussed on Wood Talk

"Without raucous selection of nearly three hundred hinges. There's a hinge solution for every situation from feature rich european cabinet hinges to decorative replacement hinges to torsion hinges for chests and box leads. Now you'll find all of them And the guy at rattler dot com slash hinges or you could find the link in the show notes that we will have up on the website so again it's rock dot com hinges. You need to know something about your hinges. Go check out. This guide pretty cool. That is cool. good idea. They're flawless and baby and the chiefs of that line show hinges upon. It's so good. Yeah let's let's take the dog out of its misery. Take it away from the pundits. This is from dustin and he says lately. I've been designing and attempting to build furniture that i would have described as scandinavian slash mid-century vibe. So it's got a lot of round over corners and curves and he made a wardrobe that he's sent a link to his instagram post on. And yes it's what you would expect to find in mid century. Lots of round over things he said with with these legs the legs in the wardrobe. He means i took off most of the material the table saw and completed the round over with a belt. Sander spoke shave would be a good tool for this application. But i wanted to know if you guys knew of a better option. I don't necessarily need a hand tool method for this just looking for the most efficient way to get this done. I should say that he prefaced this whole thing saying that. He's trying to integrate.