Measuring Made Easy: A Critic’s Choice?

Reviews are in for our new Measuring Made Easy DVD. – Editor

“I was very pleased to get an advanced copy of “The Way to Woodwork: Measuring Made Easy” on DVD. I thought I knew everything there was to know about measuring in the shop, but boy was I wrong!

“I never knew there were so many different ways to use a protractor! And the hand to foot conversion chart is so helpful, I put the formula up on the walls of every room in my house!

“That being said, there are a few downsides to this product that any potential buyer should know. The romance subplot in hour two is a little overwrought, and I wasn’t a big fan of the cliffhanger ending. I don’t know if I can wait two more years for “The Way to Woodwork: Sand Sand Sand!” to find out what happened to Rolph and Pa! Did Mary Beth and Fernando ever get together? Who shot R.J.?

I don’t even care about sanding, but I guess I’ll just have to buy the next DVD to find out!

Now that I think about it, I guess I didn’t really learn much about measuring from this DVD, but I did learn a lot about the triumph of the human spirit. And what’s more important, really?” – Tom Crowe

And here’s some thoughts on another type of revue. – Editor

“You know those nude photos you’re talking about? Well I recognize them from an off-Broadway production of “Hair” that I was in. It might have actually been those dudes, but it was the 70s and memories are hazy.” –  Cloris Leachman

Always the cautionary tale. – Editor

“I just wanted to respond to your Trick in this eZine about moving your shop into your kitchen. While having a band saw around to cut cake and turkeys is a great idea, don’t use it to hand slice buns. I learned that the hard way!”- Cutter Handov

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