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New guy from Wyoming

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New guy from Wyoming

Postby Schutte » Tue May 09, 2017 1:43 pm

Good day to all, Just became a member of the group.
I have been watching the videos for years and enjoy that part of the website.
I teach welding at one of the High Schools In Casper Wyoming, and appreciate all the great info on this website.

Respectfully,
Scott
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Re: New guy from Wyoming

Postby Otto Nobedder » Tue May 09, 2017 5:54 pm

Welcome, Scott!

Teachers are some of my favorite people, and a welding teacher that can maintain a program at the high-school level in today's "college at all costs" mentality has my respect. I suppose if it can happen anywhere, it would be Wyoming, one of the few remaining states to show independent thinking, as they have from the beginning.

Teaching is a big part of this group, in the sense that we are always willing to share tips, suggest ideas, show projects, and try to help diagnose problems.

You'll be surprised how little Jody participates in the discussions. This is by design, as he didn't want the forum to be "Jody says...", and it's worked brilliantly in that everyone who participates regularly has that "help someone to the next thing" mentality.

That was long-winded...

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Re: New guy from Wyoming

Postby Mike » Wed May 10, 2017 7:43 am

Scott, welcome to the forum.
M J Mauer Andover, Ohio

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Everlast PA 200
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