Daniel Funk: It's a router table with a tongue and groove bit set up. That is my best guess since I can't see it?
Polo Dagdag: What machine did you use to make a tongue and a groove?
Jesse Dosher: Hey, is that red oak? No, It's just the blood spray on the wood from my severed hand.
Greg Mitchell: Wow, I never thought watching someone use power tools could make me so anxious. What a group of retards. There's safety, but then there's just common sense.
Daniel Funk: I am a shop teacher. That saw safety makes me sick
Bradley Brand: Yes. Please don't do what these guy are doing if you like to count on ten, as we say... it's the wrong way.
Lee Goins: This should be a "how not to" video....these youths are an accident waiting to happen...
Scott Dinh: good jobs guys.. way to re use wood for a good cause
briancnc: I cringed throughout the entire video, from the beginning when the kid was choking the router until it almost stalled, you have a shaper, why take such a huge cut on a router table with an under powered router? And the chop saw/table saw cuts, really? Those are some accidents waiting to happen. Please train these young adults to properly use power tools. One day they won't be using a saw stop and will cut off their hands/fingers with ease, with their very little regard to shop safety!
okfire65: GOOD GOD, what a bunch of idiots.
stretch34318: that guy reaching over the running tablesaw to get the wood... omg
Archie Bunker: I like the way that the credits call these clowns "craftsmen"!
tigertruckerman: so unsafe poor kids accident waiting to happen ,owner needs a lecture
alan spurlock: makes me sad to see workers doing tasks in an unsafe manner. they look like they r going too fast with little regard to their own safety.
monstertke: Sawstop or not... Gloves while running a tablesaw?