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    Making the pilgrimage up to Haleiwa is a big part...

    Making the pilgrimage up to Haleiwa is a big part of the pleasure of visiting Oahu. It's great to hear that there are plans to make the store there even better. :)
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    Good on ya, Jim! Nice work.

    Good on ya, Jim! Nice work.
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    Sometimes the fix can be as simple as a drop of...

    Sometimes the fix can be as simple as a drop of water in a ding in bare wood. No heat required. The wood swells up a bit and when the water is dry the ding may be gone. Two cycles of water and...
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    I laminate backs with 15' radius and found the...

    I laminate backs with 15' radius and found the same problem using Titebond. No matter how long the back is left in the mold, it potato chips when removed. I've gone to epoxy and it works fine. If...
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    Very interesting! And nicely done. Would you...

    Very interesting! And nicely done. Would you mind explaining your choice of Titebond Poly other than the usual suspects such as Red Titebond or epoxy? And are you happy with that choice?
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    Thanks for the suggestions, gentlemen! It turns...

    Thanks for the suggestions, gentlemen! It turns out that AVG Antivirus decided that UU is a threat. So I uninstalled it and all is well.
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    Problem with login

    Im unable to connect to the UU server from a Mac using either Safari or Chrome. Is anyone else having this problem? Any suggestions?
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    That's been my experience. I took one of my...

    That's been my experience. I took one of my concert pineapples from home (almost always 45-50% in the house and shop) to the South Pacific (very high humidity) for two to three weeks. It swelled up...
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    Bolivian rosewood isn't classified in genus...

    Bolivian rosewood isn't classified in genus dalbergia, so there are no restrictions at all.
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    Maybe this will help: ...

    Maybe this will help:

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48627309156_12ece567c6_z.jpg

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48627309446_4e7712222e_z.jpg
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    I've always described a baritone tuned to C as...

    I've always described a baritone tuned to C as sounding like a great big tenor. If you want a plug and play solution, Mya Moe sells a "tenor tuned baritone" string set that uses a wound low G.
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    I misunderstood and commented on the wrong issue....

    I misunderstood and commented on the wrong issue. Sorry, chaps! :rolleyes:
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    Graham, I've been away for a while and hadn't...

    Graham, I've been away for a while and hadn't checked this. Even though it now looks like Plan A might not work, I just pledged in support of Plan B, whatever that might be.

    For those who haven't...
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    Same for my 1907 Nunes.

    Same for my 1907 Nunes.
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    academic paper

    academic paper
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    glass ceiling

    glass ceiling
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    Nicely done, Jim!

    Nicely done, Jim!
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    PM sent

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    chip shot .

    chip shot
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    card reader

    card reader
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    book smart

    book smart
  22. I had one of Mike's tenors a few years ago. It...

    I had one of Mike's tenors a few years ago. It was similar to this one in that it wasn't blingy and thus was priced very reasonably considering the high quality of materials and construction. It was...
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    So, let's split the difference and make the fans...

    So, let's split the difference and make the fans parallel! ;)
  24. Very nicely done!

    Very nicely done!
  25. Why am I not surprised? They push back...

    Why am I not surprised? They push back relentlessly and sometimes at significant cost. Why? Because it pencils out in the end. Many claimants just give up because the hassle is too much to take.
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