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  1. noslenaj
    05-14-2015 02:13 PM - permalink
    Hi, Thank you for your most valued input. I forwarded your message to our president. John Nelson
  2. Dee Rogers
    08-19-2014 01:42 PM - permalink
    Dee Rogers
    Hi Shawn,
    Tell Jeremy I have not forgotten about testing a puzzle for me, I have been swamped. Will catch up soon.
  3. joes
    11-26-2013 11:55 PM - permalink
    Hi Sean,
    Haven't been in the forum lately; my grandkids just did your puzzle and think it is the best ever. Way better than the two I made for them when they arrived
    I read your "old geezer" comment and it reminded me of a Ma & Pa Kettle routine.
    Pa Kettle says that when he he retires he is going to sit in a rocking chair for ten years. Ma Kettle asks, "What choo gonna do after that?"
    "Start rockin!"

    Happy Thanksgiving
  4. Kosh
    02-03-2013 08:40 AM - permalink
    How do I post a photo of yourself?
  5. Kosh
    02-03-2013 08:34 AM - permalink
    Hello Sean.
    Thank you for responding to my message.
    The first time I talk to a distant forum, and I like this communication.
    I would like to know more about the work being done by others,
    wanted to know in which machines work.
    Show that I cut out.
    Share drawings and sketches.
  6. Dee Rogers
    11-14-2012 04:12 PM - permalink
    Dee Rogers
    Hi Shawn,
    The last time we spoke you said something about mailing out the prototype, but could not get away because of a meeting. Now that got me thinking, what is it you do for a living? I make puzzles for a living I spend on average 60 hours a week working on all the aspects that go into this business. I have no hobbies, and it seamed to me that your more than just a hobbyist, are you ready to to this full time? or are you waiting for the kids to go to college? If this is to personal you don't have to share, I understand.
  7. Dee Rogers
    10-20-2012 12:43 PM - permalink
    Dee Rogers
    Hi Shawn, the prototype went out today by mail,they said you would have it on Monday. I forgot to put in a message of what to do, so when it arrives will you tell Jeremy this: 12 monkeys are swinging through the jungle looking for something tasty to eat, only one monkey gets a banana. Can you fit all the monkeys in to see who gets lunch?
  8. Dee Rogers
    10-18-2012 01:25 PM - permalink
    Dee Rogers
    Hi Shawn,
    I kinda need to ask you a favor, well not you but Jeremy and maybe Jamie. I have a kids puzzle that I need tested, it looks simple, but I don't think it is. I know your kids do a lot of puzzles so they are perfect to be testers. A testers job is so very important for puzzle designers, so the right puzzle is marketed to the right people. I would send the puzzle prototype unassembled ,directions, and a question sheet. Jeremy would need to keep time and the questions are not hard to answer. So would you ask him if he would do this for me?
    I will post a picture for everyone to see under "Monkey See"
  9. Dee Rogers
    09-12-2012 09:42 AM - permalink
    Dee Rogers
    Hi Shawn,
    I sent you a message to the Ferguson Puzzle Company, I was asked to write a article for the AGPC and I mentioned you and need to know if that is OK, I sent the article, let me know.
  10. Sally
    11-28-2010 10:32 AM - permalink
    Hi Shawn
    Your gift should go to:

    Kelly Nigl
    2000 Avonlea Pl, Apt 203
    Woodstock, GA 30189

    screen name: Wood Diva (formerly BiPolarBear)

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Posted 07-30-2009 at 01:18 PM by Scrolling Days Comments 0
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This portion of my blog relates to all things Sabres. Fans of other hockey teams beware!

Posted 07-30-2009 at 01:12 PM by Scrolling Days Comments 2
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In this area of my Blog, I will post some of the regular day to day things which make life so colorful. I might discuss humorous things that occurred recently, my thoughts on world events, or even just a simple project I'm involved in with the family.

Posted 07-30-2009 at 12:53 PM by Scrolling Days Comments 0
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This part of my Blog will be dedicated to a charity which I am actively involved with: Kids Create Hope.

Almost three years ago, I lost my twin brother to a rare form of cancer. As a way of making something good come from something awful, Shane's wife founded Kids Create Hope, which is an endowment which sends 100% of all proceeds made to the Roswell Park Cancer Institute. There the money is set aside exclusively for pediatric cancer research.

Kids Create Hope is...

Posted 07-30-2009 at 12:42 PM by Scrolling Days Comments 0
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Thanks for visiting my puzzling Blog!

First off....what is the Ferguson Puzzle Company? Well, technically, it's not a company, at least in the monetary sense, as I like to cut puzzles as a hobby. With my busy regular work schedule, I've chosen not to put myself under the pressure of deadlines, etc. When time periodically allows, however, I will take on periodic commissioned projects,...

Posted 07-30-2009 at 12:24 PM by Scrolling Days Comments 4
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Hi, all! I figured that I will take one step further into the digital age and start my first Blog. Thanks to the Scrollsaw Woodworking and Crafts Forum for providing me the platform to do this, and for encouraging me into it.

I hope to have some entries about things I'm involved with from a non-woodworking perspective as well as an ongoing entry about my jigsaw puzzle making experiences.

I am almost done building my website (Fergusonpuzzles.com and Fergusonpuzzlecompany.com...
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