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Offline Bud Man

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Re: Difference in Woodweb and The Forestry Forum
« Reply #20 on: February 04, 2002, 07:52:06 PM »
Respondee's==Thanks for your imput !!Some of your imput has made  utilizing this unique forum easier!!   I too think this forum is more personal and I think that is what made me post this topic as a new topic. If I had added it to an  old thread- do you think it would have had this type of responce???(Doubt It)   Don't really think the pyramids need rebuilding and I was'nt making a motion for any sort of vote.    Seems like because it's more personal-- there's more responces to a few topics as Charlie alluded to, and as Bibbyman mentioned --If more people would participate theird be more subjects to talk about and The Forestry Forum would be more rewarding for everyone!!!!   Keep On Keeping On Folks (and participate)
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Re: Difference in Woodweb and The Forestry Forum
« Reply #21 on: February 04, 2002, 09:50:50 PM »
I found this place a month ago while I was idly looking to compare different kinds of sawmills.  I knew then that it would be most of a year if not longer till I could get one, but I wanted to look anyway.  After searching around and deciding on which mill I wanted, I asked both here and over on WW what people thought of them, and if anyone had one.  Well, over there I got exactly two responses.  One was to buy a woodmizer because it was the only good mill out there, and the other only wanted to harp on the difference between the kerf of the chain mill I wanted and the band mill..
While I admit, the amount of information about the logosol wasn't exactly overwhelming from here either.  I was immediately welcomed and treated as one of the group.  This place has allowed me to learn an awful lot of info I would have had to get the hard way (by breaking things) and to have a good laugh doing it.  As to the format, well, I always figured "whatever works" and this works well enough for me.

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Re: Difference in Woodweb and The Forestry Forum
« Reply #22 on: February 05, 2002, 07:37:10 AM »
Jeff, I will put my two cents into the pot,too.

THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO TO MAKE THIS A GREAT FORMUM FOR EVERYONE.

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Re: Difference in Woodweb and The Forestry Forum
« Reply #23 on: February 05, 2002, 11:03:08 AM »
Gee, I hope we didn't run ol' BudMan off with all our vociferous comments.  I think he was just probing for input, and he really got some. :D

One more thing that I think makes this forum great, is the opportunity to personalize the messages, through the member profile. That makes a fella feel like he really belongs here, IMHO.

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Re: Difference in Woodweb and The Forestry Forum
« Reply #24 on: February 05, 2002, 08:59:55 PM »
DanG== I'm pretty thick skinned & old knees don't allow a lot of running.  But being a personal forum--I've learned you'se guys take things personal too !!   Will work on carefully wording things to keep yall's blood pressure down.   Also might change name to:KOBLONAVITCHSTEINSMITHSTONEROLLER to make yall work harder to personalize those VOCIFEROUS remarks.
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Re: Difference in Woodweb and The Forestry Forum
« Reply #25 on: February 05, 2002, 09:21:27 PM »
Well, I ain't heard nary a thing 'bout this menshuned so....here goes. I gots me a Forestry.Net hat 8) 8)  Didn't get no hat frum Woodweb :( Didn't get me no hat frum Wood Forum :( Didn't get me no hat frum Da Oaks :(  But I gots me a hat frum here though 8) 8) DanG nice hat too! 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)
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Re: Difference in Woodweb and The Forestry Forum
« Reply #26 on: February 06, 2002, 07:39:10 AM »
Charlie, there you go, done got me to thinking about getting my hat again.  I want my hat. ;D ;D

You know this is America and we are supposed to be the Land of the Free.  So, it would seem that if someone wants to be here, that is ok and if they want to be at -------------(the other place)then that is ok too. ::)

I plan to be here until Jeff runs me off. 8)

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Re: Difference in Woodweb and The Forestry Forum
« Reply #27 on: February 06, 2002, 05:44:24 PM »
Vociferous?  That's a cool word KOBLONAVITCHSTEINSMITHSTONEROLLER I'm going to have to look for a place to use it.  "Vociferous",  sounds good, kinda rolls off of the tongue,  means instant outcry,  I like it.

:D I like your new name too  :D KOBLONAVITCHSTEINSMITHSTONEROLLER,  :D but I sure would hate to have to type it too many times.  Hmmmm, maybe I need another handle too. something to the effect of There'llstillbetreeswhenI'mputinthegroundsowhytrytocutthemallnow.  How's that for a handle?  You and me could go sit on the corner and have a cool one while they type that up...eh? (that's canadian.  I learned it from Kevin) :D
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Re: Difference in Woodweb and The Forestry Forum
« Reply #28 on: February 06, 2002, 06:49:35 PM »
Tom, I`m glad to see you`re adding the ? after the eh, eh?

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Re: Difference in Woodweb and The Forestry Forum
« Reply #29 on: February 06, 2002, 07:04:35 PM »
   Canadian dogs say 'woof, eh?' And for a movie classic- the Mackenzie Bros. 'Strange Brew'. Take off, you hosers! :D :D  lw
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