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Buglips is a Newfie and as far as I know Newfoundland is the only area that has a half hour variance in the time zone.

 

 

Willen... I would check your laundry pile for those stanky socks if you are being mistaken for a goblin!  I would be worried if your skin tone takes on a tangerine tone!

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Hopefully I will be able to show you all the beginnings.....

 

***Does this count as enabling????***

:blink: 

 

I have Badger® airbrushes stashed away vintage 1980s, so not really. Never had a decent air-compressor though.

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Buglips is a Newfie and as far as I know Newfoundland is the only area that has a half hour variance in the time zone.

 

Venezuela was 30mins off too until recently. Confused the heck out of me when we were coming back from the USA and had to stay overnight in Caracas.

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We are still set for tonight right?

 

Should I get my H&S airbrush so people can check the disassembly of a floating type noozle as well George? I don't know what kind of airbrush(es) you've got. I also have a side-feed one, pistol trigger style. I just need to get them from my mum's right around the corner.

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Don't need the basics, but it never hurts to listen to others.  Sadly, I won't be able to make this time.

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Yes we're still on for 9pm EST TONIGHT.

Please bring your brush!

Mine is a Grex Genesis XS side feed...

If folks are late, I / can show things again...

Still need to set up a hangout, as I don't want to steal the regular paintingone...

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Not going to make it in time. It's a 30 minute drive home, still hsve to get food, and put groceries away once we get them all in the house. Bleh.

 

I hate grocery shopping.

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Will have dinner quickly and be here... you will set up the hangout knarthex?

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Will have dinner quickly and be here... you will set up the hangout knarthex?

https://hangouts.google.com/hangouts/_/ldkk52klardgzouzdquzheyj7ye?hl=en&authuser=0

 

The hangout is open! I am still getting ready, but come on down!

 

George

 

Class is over for 6/24/216

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Well that went fairly well I think...

 

we talked about what was what, and I demonstrated some basic airbrushing, and hopefully everyone had some fun!

And maybe even learned something!

 

Should we do it again?

 

George

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