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For those who don't know, the Leaderboards tab at the top of every page takes you to a menu featuring the hottest topics in the community. And when you are passing through project photos and videos and such, just below the content you will have the option to rate the project and add a comment. Under each photo or video you will see two sets of stars; the current community "Rating:" on the left and "Rate:" on the right. Just hover over the "Rate:" set of stars on the right and click your selection.

On a personal note, thanks to all who have viewed my projects. I have seen numerous projects by the hands of aspiring 3-dimensional creators, from the beginner to the veteran to the guru. Your ideas have helped me to explore new ideas in design, color combination, and artistic touch. Beautiful work! Thank you for sharing.

To everyone here, no matter how small or simple your project is to you, please post them. "It's the little things that matter most..." You never know who you might inspire.

To you, dear reader, as you progress, realize that your skills, all of them, will get better and better. Whether you are just a hobbiest or want to build a small furniture or cabinet business. Many have come before us all and have done what we are doing today with our creative minds and hands; they are there as guides.

Most of us here have crossed over from speculation into experience and in doing so have discovered, though it may be tricky at first (as it is with anything else), woodworking, craftmaking, etc. is not rocket science.

Thank you Kreg for creating some wonderful tools and jigs. Thank you for the Kreg Jig Owners Community. I think it is creating a wave for the future of the American economy.

To Jens Jenson, I am amazed at the number of responses your post "What's your daytime job?" has been getting.

Ana White, you've done a fantastic job with your Knock-Off Wood online community project and have lots of wonderful ideas. Keep up the great work.

Young Woo Seo, I am always in awe when I look at your finished projects. Superb.

Watching those videos is great in so many ways. Absolutely love the "Kreg Crate and the non-copyrighted music montage," Steve Marin, or Ramsey or whatever your name is. Your Mere Mortals video collection.

To all, hold your heads high and good luck with all your future projects. Watch out, though, all your friends and neighbors just might want you to build them one.

Sincerely,
Ryan Bruzan

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I really had no idea that the Daytime Jobs would be such a hit.it is fun to see the many walks of life that head for there wood shop on any chance they get
Great thread, Ryan! Thanks for posting! Love this stuff...

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