Philsville - well he's a mate*, innee?
A Woodworking Odessey - not just because rookster comments on this blog, honest.
Musings from my shop - despite using Musings in the title I'll let David Mathias in...
Toolemera - Gary Roberts could well be written-word buff enough to keep this going
A Shipwright in Training - one I really look forward to reading
The commercial ones, some more obviously commercial than others:
Arts and Mysteries - Adam Cherubini in PWW
Glue Tube - woodworking videos submitted to FWW
Andy Rae - also courtesy of FWW. Early days yet to see if it has staying power
Tools For Working Wood - if only it was set up with a proper feed
Lost Art Press - one wonders if Chris Schwarz has the key to perpetual motion or something; boundless energy apparently
David Charlesworth - at the very least a spirit of Westcountry unity demands the fingernailed one should be present
The ones I feel ought to be there but I don't actually read/listen to/watch (mea culpa):
And on an unrelated note, I've been indulging in some new DVDs recently, which in this case means I'm enjoying films everyone else was enjoying a year ago. One of which seems not to have quite captured the public imagination as much as I'd have expected, but I laughed out loud and am primed to bore the world with quotes from it. As it is I'll spare you and merely leave a weekend teaser:
What film hears distinguished French actor Jean Reno utter the immortal, and probably fully deserved line:
"You stupid English, with your Yorkshire puddings and your chips and fish!"
Yes, some bloggers will do anything to create an excuse for an unusual post title...
*Having recalled an email conversation some years ago, I should perhaps clarify for the 'Murrican reader that by "mate" I mean "friend" or "buddy".