How do these cuts not cause kick back?

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I was just going to say the reason that cut didn't go awol was because its plywood. if it was long grain cuts like that look out. end grain moves a lot to.
But as for the general thrust of safe/unsafe practices (and with the disclaimer that I only read the 1st 4 pages here) - hands up all those who remember watching Fred Dibnah climbing up chimneys, lashing his ladders together as he went?
You tube has been around for years and full of dodgy stuff, everyone knows it's full of dodgy stuff, whether it's mechanics, woodworking, welding, pyrography, wing suit flying etc. I do think people have to have some ownership of their actions.


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