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Old 02-07-2014, 11:15 AM   #1
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Hi everyone. My name is Harry from Liverpool. In extremely new to woodworking, and so new to scrolling, I've only just managed to unbox my entry level saw. Very excited to start working on some stuff and learning as much as possible.

Hope to speak to some of you soon

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Welcome A Board!! We are pleased you found us.

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Hi Harry, welcome to the forum from TN.
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thank you for the welcome guys!
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fresh scouse meat ?
That is one I have never heard before.
Welcome, like Mike said we are here to hopefully help you with your new hobby.
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Welcome Harry, great to see you here. Nice to have a fellow Brit amongst us. This is a great site and you will learn a lot of tips and tricks from very talented people. I'll leave you to explain the delights of scouse to our friends over the pond and elswhere.
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Ty guys. I will indeed journeyman haha

Scouse/scouser - a term used to describe someone from Liverpool UK. It is also the name of the local stew style delicacy, traditionally made with the cheapest cuts of Lamb. :-)
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