Failure is always Ann option

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CabinetMaker

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I would like to introduce my new personal carry pen. Unusually, this pen has a name: Failure Is Always an Option. About everything that could go wrong went wrong. The casting failed three times. The diameters were off. I managed to put the cap together backwards. I just mucked it up. I will be restarting this project from scratch and I will take full advantage of all the lessons this pen taught me. But this pen will always be with me to remind me, "Don't get cocky kid." Good advice whether I'm in the shop, at work or cooking dinner.
 

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howsitwork

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And so say all of us ....

I still have one of my first live edge bowls as a tribute to distortion ....

We’ll that’s my excuse anyway
 

Woodchipper

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Thought for the moment- Thomas Edison stated, at one time, he didn't know how to make a light bulb but could tell how many hundreds of times he couldn't make one.
If it wasn't for Thomas Edison, we would be watching TV by candlelight!😊
 
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