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In this episode, I give an overview of the holiday projects I currently have going in my shop, I explain my plan to control the avalanche of woodworking magazine back issues that are filling my house, and I introduce a new mailbag segment where I answer listeners questions.

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A new project, fake workbenches, and the perils of building your dream woodworking project. You can check out the Markham Console Bar that I mention in this episode here.

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Drop off the grid for a little while and you’re bound to miss out on some exciting happenings in the woodworking world. In this week’s episode, I do a quick survey of some of the interesting goings-on that I didn’t get to talk about over the past few weeks.

You can find the auction for the The Schwarz’s Woobie on Ebay here.

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This week I give a rundown of the most prevalent forms of woodworking media available today and rank each on the Modern Woodshop Relevance Scale (TM).

As a footnote, I killed a really scary looking spider during the recording of this episode (only slightly smaller than Shelob from LOTR); see if you can pick out when that happens. I bet you can’t… that’s professionalism, baby!

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This week I have a discussion on whether granite is a technological breakthrough for stationary power tools or just a hopeless gimmick. Also, I throw in a fun little story about my own personal computer gremlins.

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Buying a new stationary power tool can be a confusing if you don’t have a lot of experience using that particular tool. The products in your price range probably only have minor differences, so how do you know which one will work best for you? This week, I give you a rundown of my major power tools and the features which I think are good, the features that I think are bad, and those about which I’m indifferent.

Also, be on the lookout for the words “always” and “crazy” this week. I used those two words a lot for some reason. Ten MW points go to the first person to give an accurate count for each word.

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A sale at Woodcraft, fun with the Urban Dictionary, and a survey course on the history of woodworking fanboys.

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