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Old 10-07-2011, 07:17 AM
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JMP? -hic!-
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Hey Laurie,

I'm very happy you-all had a fab time!
I will be there next year!

I do have a question though.
On the subject of photos,,,,,,,
After 21 pages of posts,
where are the pics of the JMP moments?

Or was it really all Sushi and Bourbon?
.

Ahhhh. All the JMP moments....
THOSE would be in the 3-4 hours of video that Michael and I shot.
Coming soon* to a Youtube channel near you.
After being distilled down (by Michael) to 3-4 minutes, that is.

(* "soon" being a relative term, as he has a wagon load of JMP's to ship out first)

P.S. We missed you.
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Old 10-07-2011, 10:27 AM
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It looks like he was also fighting with those chopsticks
Sushi can be eatten with your fingers. I've lived in japan for years, but i don't eat raw fish or meat, never will
did you get any sushi with a Wasabi supprise under the fish?
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Hey Laurie,

I'm very happy you-all had a fab time!
I will be there next year!

I do have a question though.
On the subject of photos,,,,,,,
After 21 pages of posts,
where are the pics of the JMP moments?
Or was it really all Sushi and Bourbon?
.


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Laurie (this is the correct spelling, right?),

More great photos and memories. I love the captions!
Chris,

I do NOT have a marking knife made by Derek Cohen AND I don't want one. Those stinking grapes are sour anyway.

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I bet you guys are going to bed early. In fact, I'd be surprised if Fred's even awake!

See you tomorrow!
Peter,

I will have you know that I was up that night almost until 11:00, 10:00, 9:00, 8:30, 8:15, 8:14, 8:13, really, really late.

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Fred, How is the unloading of the 18-wheeler (your purchases) from Cinci progressing?
Between you and I (everybody else please turn away ) exactly how many new planes did you acquire this trip???
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An absolutely WONDERFUL group of people (even better in person) that I am grateful to know.

(Oh, yeah -- THOSE EYES!)
Top 3 things I learned at the WIA

  1. There is no such thing as a talkFestooler who isn't an incredible person.
  2. talkFestooler's that I have met more than once I find to be even better people than I had originally thought.
  3. On average I find the woodworker's at the WIA no matter why they are there to be some of the nicest people I have ever known. I have never been in an industry before this where the people at the pinnacle, those of us in the middle and those at the beginning were all equally warm, gracious and incredibly helpful.
Thank you all.

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Old 10-08-2011, 01:44 AM
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Hey folks!

Laurie just pointed me to this thread. Great stuff!

What a great event! Wow! That was the best show in many ways that I have been too. Great crowd, great Dream Team, and great nightly activities.

I was completely shot on Sunday, and like a true visitor to KY, I am sure I stunk of bourbon on the plane Sunday. Thanks John Raft.! Good stuff.

Glad to hear Roger will be attending next year! Great to meet all of the TFers! You are a marvelous group of people. (Rutager excluded)

Happy I did not try the Skyline chili. That stuff that sounds wrong. You are all brave!
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It looks like he was also fighting with those chopsticks
Sushi can be eatten with your fingers. I've lived in japan for years, but i don't eat raw fish or meat, never will
did you get any sushi with a Wasabi supprise under the fish?
Okami,

That night was the first time I used chopsticks and tried sushi. John Economaki always likes to make fun of me for being from MN and only eating meat and potatoes, so he informed me that I would be eating sushi that evening, and being a good sport I told him I didn't think I would like it, but would give it a try. The seaweed wrap is what did me in, but there was no way that it was coming back up with Michael's freinds sitting across the table from me. Luaren had shown me how to use the chopsticks, was cute as a button and twice as cool- there was no way I was going to "launch" any fish at her!

Laurie,

"Thanks" for capturing my moment of glory; you can beg my forgiveness, or just send carmels!

-Rutager
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