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Turning Stools with Billy

Billy asked me for some help the other day making more furniture for a restaurant in Cambridge. So we set about turning 30 mahogany stool tops and cutting 40 square table tops. He and Steve did most of the work but still, it was fun getting covered in saw dust again. And Billy pays me in IPA.

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