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Old 01-14-2009, 06:05 AM
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Default Re: Are we not posting because of the economy or.....

It's ski season here in Colorado, and on top of that, I've been in one of my semi-annual reading "frenzies" lately, so I've not had the computer on at night as much recently.
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Old 01-15-2009, 09:58 PM
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Default Re: Are we not posting because of the economy or.....

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I feal the same way as Eiji, vteknical, and Macca. I have not seen enough technical information here re3cently to make it really interesting for me. I do drop in from time to time and read a few posts and even make a few comments, but there is rarely a lot that interests me.
I can tell most of the folks who came here from FOG that, in my opinion, FOG is a poorer place without you. I came over here to see what you were up to and will continue to visit.
It's ironic that I logged in after being away for a couple of months to see this thread. I dropped in to see if the mix had shifted back towards Festool-related content. Seeing that Woodworkers Cafe has over twice the postings as Festool tools is an eye-opener.

I posted here a few times only to see the thread quickly veer off course and digress into chatter between a few people. I think this is where the 'outsider' comments come from. It kind of feels like you started a conversation at a party, only to see it turn into the other parties chatting with each other as though you're not even there.

Back in early fall, I had the pleasure of meeting Fred, Timmy C and Randy at the FestoolJunkie fest in Lincoln. All of them couldn't have been nicer.
You are a great group of people, I'd love to shoot the breeze over a beer with any of you.

At the same time, I'd also like to learn and share some woodworking techniques.

Jim
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