Shame that Burns — Pretty Much like Pyrography
Issue: Issue 322.5
Posted Date: 4/1/2013
No one is above the rules. And anyone who thinks that just because their photo is at the top of a nationally known eZine, that they can shred the rules (similar to, but not exactly like, poorly seasoned cottonwood being pushed overly fast through a dull planer), has another thing coming. Sometimes, you simply have to lance the boil and then let others squeeze out the dirty oozing secrets that have festered so long in the dark posterior of your woodworking life. And when that stinky mess is laid bare and nastily aromatic for all the world to see (and, sadly, in this metaphor, smell), you just have to hold your nose and fess up. So you will see it here first: I did — for a time — use various banned woodworking enhancing substances.
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Rob Johnstone, Woodworkers Journal (at least for now …)