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The Guilty Pleasure

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coffee and beer daily, not at the same time though

 

and i play my bass in the studio,though i dont feel the slightest guilt about that, maybe we should have an online jugband studio collaboration!

 

yah to the jugband!

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Summer Guilty Pleasure is sun tea made in a solar jar, on ice in a hard plastic cup w/lid & straw helps lower the guilt factor. Other guilty pleasure beverages: wine/margarita’s in a glass not plastic. My studio does not have a TV, just speakers in the wall for listening to music while I work…. I clean with water no sweeping (tarps on top of ugly carpet), cleaning is done when mess gets to me (twice a month).

 

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coffee and beer daily, not at the same time though

 

and i play my bass in the studio,though i dont feel the slightest guilt about that, maybe we should have an online jugband studio collaboration!

 

yah to the jugband!

 

what do you play trina?

 

 

 

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coffee and beer daily, not at the same time though

 

and i play my bass in the studio,though i dont feel the slightest guilt about that, maybe we should have an online jugband studio collaboration!

 

 

yah to the jugband!

 

 

what do you play trina?

 

 

I guess I would have to say Earl Scruggs Blue grass stuff..... I have a nice 5 string, but I really want to be an Avett Brother when I grow up! T

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Hi Everyone,

 

I have my studio in my bedroom(no I do not sleep there) with carpets covered over with tarp. I put a dampened towel at the door of my studio

 

I never wedge but beat my clay with a mallet and paddle. It works for me.

 

Sometime I do not clean the bottoms of my bowls. They sort of scoop out. These are my bowls I do not give away or sell.

 

Also, I must wet again bowls that are too dry and trim on wheel. Or I trim them dry, wearing a mask.

 

Here is the best one I did recently. My small Duncan kiln kept breaking the cones inside. So I shove one under the kiln sitter controls on the outside and just timed my firing.

 

Now, can I genuflect and take my absolution?

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