Re: had to get this off my chest
Let's give him the benefit of the doubt....there are probably 5 people in his 'one-man' shop. They are all staring at him and pointing lights and camera at him. He even has a clean shirt on, which for us woodworkers, just feels weird. That *may* be the reason for a temporary state of mind loss.
I think (barely) the worst thing he is doing is using one of those thin, awful push sticks. They are not the least bit positive... they rock as you make a cut... they give you that false sense of security that leads to bad things. That he even had one within arms reach of his table saw I believe is a big mistake. One with a long (10" minimum) surface that stays in contact with the workpiece during the cut and has a little notch at the back end is what I recommend. It has a much more positive, stable feel, you can control the workpiece much better, etc.
Editor - Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement