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Member postings for paul wagstaffe

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Thread: Can you drill a square hole?
25/10/2011 14:14:19
quite right Oddjob!
25/10/2011 04:43:31
Yes you can, copy and past the link!
I think you will agree, that is very clever .

Edited By paul wagstaffe on 25/10/2011 04:47:17

Thread: Fish Smoker
18/10/2011 10:46:36
Cheers Bill I will keep that in mind.
16/10/2011 17:16:43
Got out on my boat today and hit the Mackerel, I could have filled my boat up to the gunnel's but only took a bucket full home, I would like to smoke some of them, have any of you built a smoker before and how long do you smoke them for, any advise would be appreciated.
Thank Paul
Thread: Christmas Complaint
15/10/2011 10:12:48
Its ture Sam about the Manx cats, well the bit about the cats having no tail is, not sure about the soup part. Its a genetic defect and a form of spina bifida that courses the cat to be born with no tail.
14/10/2011 16:39:24
Posted by sad sam on 14/10/2011 09:30:22:
hi paul wagstaffe
that sounds great proper village community spirit where do you live we would all like a bit of that
we go to a christmas market in a yorkshire village which sounds like what you have great
Hi Sam, this is my village.
14/10/2011 08:23:24
Bah Humbug to the lot of you, I love Christmas and enjoy every moment of it. I cook the dinner, open the presents with my two boy's age 9 & 11and fall asleep in my chair in the afternoon watching a film that I have seen a 100 times before. I also have lights on the front of my house.
My village is very small(2 pubs, one shop and a post office) we have a candle light walk though the village on Christmas eve. I love it.
Yo Ho Ho Ho
Paul xx
Thread: Dust Extractor
11/10/2011 15:19:18
Is this the same as yours Bill?

Edited By paul wagstaffe on 11/10/2011 15:19:41

11/10/2011 13:45:07
To be honest I am only a hobby wood worker but I do have loads of power tool, I don't mind moving something around my garage on some sort of stand, just not sure what.
11/10/2011 12:44:21
I would like to have some form of dust extractor for my work shop, anyone have some advise for me? I was thinking of just having a Henry hoover to use round the work shop.
Thread: Hessian Sacks
11/10/2011 12:33:40
They are on there way to you Ivor, give me a shout if you need anymore.
10/10/2011 23:56:47
Hello Ivor, Your money arrived and I will post them tomorrow, I will have more for you when ever you require them.

Regards Paul
10/10/2011 17:10:16
My apologies Ivor, this totally slipped my mind. I have made a parcel of 12 coffee sacks. £18 will cover the postage to the UK. The sacks are free you pay the postage. If you would like me to send you, pay-pal £18 to and I will send them to you.
Again I am sorry for not getting back to you sooner.
Thread: I hope this is not too risky but it did make me laugh..
06/10/2011 13:57:04
I received this message today from a mate.
If sex between 3 people is called a threesome and between 2 people is called a twosome i now understand why everyone calls you handsome.
Cheeky git, Paul
Thread: Looking for a Bandsaw
06/10/2011 13:50:17
My new bandsaw arrived today safe and sound, it is exactly as Michael described and I would recommend him as a good honest bloke to deal with.
Thanks again Michael
Paul in the Isle of Man
Thread: Wood Carving?
28/09/2011 12:13:19
Hi chaps, I would like to start a wood carving project, It will be a flat piece a bit like a sign. I have never done any carving myself so could do with some pointers about how to start, the best wood and so on, I have the design just don't know how to start it, can anyone help me.
Thread: Absolute Novice - Working WIth Wood
19/09/2011 19:23:35
Hi Kevin, I too am a bit of a novice with this wonderful hobby, I love working with wood and don't mind what i am making, from a box to keep my screws in to a router table (current project) I have found you tube to be a great educational tool have a look and subscribe to these.
Thread: Looking for a Bandsaw
14/09/2011 08:22:48
Hi Tommy, Michael is away for two weeks holiday now, but he told me he will be back on to answer any questions on the things he has for sale.
Thread: Brush with disaster! (not for the squeemish)
14/09/2011 08:19:49
Super Glue it back, did you know Super Glue (or Lock Tight) was developed during the Vietnam war as a field dressing, that's my useless fact for today.
Regards Paul
Thread: pine press
10/09/2011 23:05:20
As for the tea Tommy you are welcome to the sweepings from my factory floor, quite a lot of tea ends up on the floor and gets binned on a regular basis.
Regards Paul
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