360w360 E.104 – Worst Woodworking Disaster

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vanIn this episode of 360 with 360WoodWorking, the 360 guys talk about some of their woodworking disasters and things that should have been.

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3 thoughts on “360w360 E.104 – Worst Woodworking Disaster

  1. These woodworking disasters appear to have occurred before any real woodworking had taken place. How come you didn’t mention any delivery disasters? I keep hearing stories of people who can’t get finished projects out of their shops without having to break through walls. Have you been immune to these pitfalls? If so, can you explain why?

    I am sure I have a few doozies in my past, but selective amnesia prevents me from remembering them.

    Charles

    1. I’m sure I speak for Glen in this instance as well, but neither of us knows what you’re talking about. Delivery disasters? What could possibly go wrong on a delivery? I believe we are, as you say, immune to these pitfalls. As to why, one can only speculate. It seems your selective amnesia may be contagious.

  2. Both your stories in the podcast were funny as hell.
    (And so was Charles Wilson’s comment !)

    Thanks fellas.

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