Turning Archive 2006

Subject:
Chats- A Oldtimer's Perspective

Barbara Gill, Remlik VA
>I have been participating on different woodworking chats for a long time starting with the IRC chat associated with The Oak. There is always an ebb and flow to the content. I have found that if there is a topic of strong interest it is easier to stay on topic. This said, it is time for those who are discontented to spend some time with suggestions for topics. It is not enough to say you are not happy. When TD asked for suggestions one night there was one but he may have overlooked the post.

I too usually learn something from each and every chat. If the subject matter starts to get beyond my interest I either say good-night (please don't think every time I leave this is why :-)).

We are friends and as such we have the natural inclination to chat about everything. Some of us have know each other for years and years.

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