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Ian James wrote:
Since I joined frugalusenet, I've not seen any new posts on this
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Don't know when you joined, but this group does not get a lot of activity.
It used to get more, but people tend to post their pictures on free web
sites now, much more than posting them here.

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On 22/02/2015 17:25, Mike Marlow wrote:
Ian James wrote:
Since I joined frugalusenet, I've not seen any new posts on this
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Don't know when you joined, but this group does not get a lot of activity.
It used to get more, but people tend to post their pictures on free web
sites now, much more than posting them here.


Thanks Mike. I though that might be the case but I'd not seen anything
on here for weeks.

Ian
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On 22/02/2015 17:25, Mike Marlow wrote:
Ian James wrote:
Since I joined frugalusenet, I've not seen any new posts on this
group?


Don't know when you joined, but this group does not get a lot of
activity. It used to get more, but people tend to post their pictures
on free web sites now, much more than posting them here.


Thanks Mike. I though that might be the case but I'd not seen anything
on here for weeks.

Ian


Neither have I, and I've been using Astraweb for a long time. In this
case, your reality matches my own. :-)

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On 22/02/2015 17:25, Mike Marlow wrote:
Ian James wrote:
Since I joined frugalusenet, I've not seen any new posts on this
group?

Don't know when you joined, but this group does not get a lot of
activity. It used to get more, but people tend to post their
pictures on free web sites now, much more than posting them here.


Thanks Mike. I though that might be the case but I'd not seen
anything on here for weeks.

Ian


Neither have I, and I've been using Astraweb for a long time. In this
case, your reality matches my own. :-)

Puckdropper


Likewise here. I keep this newsgroup active in my reader, and I can't even
remember the last time I saw a post here. Best to just watch
rec.woodworking - generally if people post to this group, they will also
post to the rec.woodworking, alerting people to look here. Otherwise - this
is a pretty dead group.

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On 2/22/2015 11:25 AM, Mike Marlow wrote:
Ian James wrote:
Since I joined frugalusenet, I've not seen any new posts on this
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Don't know when you joined, but this group does not get a lot of activity.
It used to get more, but people tend to post their pictures on free web
sites now, much more than posting them here.


Hate to see someone disappointed:


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On 2/22/2015 11:25 AM, Mike Marlow wrote:
Ian James wrote:
Since I joined frugalusenet, I've not seen any new posts on this
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Don't know when you joined, but this group does not get a lot of activity.
It used to get more, but people tend to post their pictures on free web
sites now, much more than posting them here.


Hate to see someone disappointed:


Well, I AM! Are you sure that is a .jpg file? I tried to open it and
it was all data with the tag "Photoshop Elements ".

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G. Ross wrote:
Swingman wrote:
On 2/22/2015 11:25 AM, Mike Marlow wrote:
Ian James wrote:
Since I joined frugalusenet, I've not seen any new posts on this
group?

Don't know when you joined, but this group does not get a lot of
activity.
It used to get more, but people tend to post their pictures on free web
sites now, much more than posting them here.


Hate to see someone disappointed:


Well, I AM! Are you sure that is a .jpg file? I tried to open it and
it was all data with the tag "Photoshop Elements ".

It didn't open right for me either.



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Bill wrote in
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G. Ross wrote:
Swingman wrote:

Hate to see someone disappointed:


Well, I AM! Are you sure that is a .jpg file? I tried to open it
and it was all data with the tag "Photoshop Elements ".

It didn't open right for me either.



Worked right for me using Xnews.

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On 2/22/2015 11:57 PM, Puckdropper wrote:
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G. Ross wrote:
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Hate to see someone disappointed:


Well, I AM! Are you sure that is a .jpg file? I tried to open it
and it was all data with the tag "Photoshop Elements ".

It didn't open right for me either.



Worked right for me using Xnews.

Puckdropper

Opened just fine on Thunderbird.

Jim
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Bill wrote in
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G. Ross wrote:
Swingman wrote:

Hate to see someone disappointed:


Well, I AM! Are you sure that is a .jpg file? I tried to open it
and it was all data with the tag "Photoshop Elements ".

It didn't open right for me either.



Worked right for me using Xnews.


Worked just fine for me as well, using OE.

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And how long have you been looking for an acceptable excuse to post
that image?
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Puckdropper wrote:
Bill wrote in
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G. Ross wrote:
Swingman wrote:
Hate to see someone disappointed:


Well, I AM! Are you sure that is a .jpg file? I tried to open it
and it was all data with the tag "Photoshop Elements ".

It didn't open right for me either.


Worked right for me using Xnews.

Puckdropper


I was able to view it after saving it to my desktop.
I thought it was great; it reminded me of myself! : )

Bill



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Bill wrote:
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Bill wrote in
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G. Ross wrote:
Swingman wrote:
Hate to see someone disappointed:


Well, I AM! Are you sure that is a .jpg file? I tried to open it
and it was all data with the tag "Photoshop Elements ".

It didn't open right for me either.


Worked right for me using Xnews.

Puckdropper


I was able to view it after saving it to my desktop.
I thought it was great; it reminded me of myself! : )

Bill


I never pictured you looking like that guy. LOL
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Leon wrote:
Bill wrote:
Puckdropper wrote:
Bill wrote in
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G. Ross wrote:
Swingman wrote:
Hate to see someone disappointed:


Well, I AM! Are you sure that is a .jpg file? I tried to open it
and it was all data with the tag "Photoshop Elements ".

It didn't open right for me either.


Worked right for me using Xnews.

Puckdropper

I was able to view it after saving it to my desktop.
I thought it was great; it reminded me of myself! : )

Bill

I never pictured you looking like that guy. LOL


A few of us around here could probably be a stand-in for that guy!
Give him a few weeks and a few Festools.... : )

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Bill wrote:
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G. Ross wrote:
Swingman wrote:
Hate to see someone disappointed:


Well, I AM! Are you sure that is a .jpg file? I tried to open it
and it was all data with the tag "Photoshop Elements ".

It didn't open right for me either.


Worked right for me using Xnews.

Puckdropper
I was able to view it after saving it to my desktop.
I thought it was great; it reminded me of myself! : )

Bill

I never pictured you looking like that guy. LOL


A few of us around here could probably be a stand-in for that guy!
Give him a few weeks and a few Festools.... : )


:-)
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A few of us around here could probably be a stand-in for that guy!
Give him a few weeks and a few Festools.... : )


I did feel that kind of pride when I cut my first boards from a tree. I
still smile when I go to make something out of that wood, there's a sense
of pride knowing that it was once my tree and now it's my project.

Puckdropper
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On 2/24/2015 7:54 AM, Puckdropper wrote:
Bill wrote in
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A few of us around here could probably be a stand-in for that guy!
Give him a few weeks and a few Festools.... : )


I did feel that kind of pride when I cut my first boards from a tree. I
still smile when I go to make something out of that wood, there's a sense
of pride knowing that it was once my tree and now it's my project.

Puckdropper


I still have a cut off end about 4" long, from a 3"x3"x 10' piece of
maple that I used for legs on a butcher block. I built that 35 years
ago and 2 residences ago.

The crap we hang on to.. LOL
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Leon wrote:
On 2/24/2015 7:54 AM, Puckdropper wrote:
Bill wrote in
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A few of us around here could probably be a stand-in for that guy!
Give him a few weeks and a few Festools.... : )


I did feel that kind of pride when I cut my first boards from a tree. I
still smile when I go to make something out of that wood, there's a
sense
of pride knowing that it was once my tree and now it's my project.

Puckdropper


I still have a cut off end about 4" long, from a 3"x3"x 10' piece of
maple that I used for legs on a butcher block. I built that 35 years
ago and 2 residences ago.

The crap we hang on to.. LOL


When I used to leave my dad's house, he used to shove a paper grocery
bag under my arm, saying "No, no, open it when you get home.", on a
regular basis. He couldn't resist those Ace/Aco 1-cent give-aways
either. It seems like we get a box of stuff from my wife's parents
almost every week. You are not being creative enough, Leon.
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