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Min    784

There is a Walker Stainless Mixer / Pugger that someone is selling on the Clayart Site. I know these are hard to find so I thought I would post that here, not sure if I'm allowed to copy the info here? Min

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GEP    863

There is a Walker Stainless Mixer / Pugger that someone is selling on the Clayart Site. I know these are hard to find so I thought I would post that here, not sure if I'm allowed to copy the info here? Min

 

No, sorry you cannot post ads on this forum. But thank you for the heads-up, I'm sure there are people here who appreciate that, and can head over to clayart to find the listing.

 

Mea

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Benzine    610

I love those pug mills! If I had space in my classroom, or a need for it, in my home studio, I'd be all over it.

 

OffCenter, you may have a chance to pick one up, so as long as it's at a good price and nearby.

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OffCenter    82

 

OffCenter, you may have a chance to pick one up, so as long as it's at a good price and nearby.

 

I'm broke! I can't even afford to get my truck fixed. I guess I'll have to put it up on cinder blocks in the front yard with the other two trucks and car.

 

Jim

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TJR    359

Are you making a stereotype about people from Georgia? What colour are the trucks and car so that I will know your house when I get down there.

What's the temperature?

T.It's 28 above here.

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Benzine    610

Are you making a stereotype about people from Georgia? What colour are the trucks and car so that I will know your house when I get down there.

What's the temperature?

T.It's 28 above here.

 

Not a stereotype, he's just stating a fact.

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Mark C.    1,807

Are you making a stereotype about people from Georgia? What colour are the trucks and car so that I will know your house when I get down there.

What's the temperature?

T.It's 28 above here.

 

TJR

Hes got goats I think he said so my guess is they are on top of of the trucks and car. If I recall he may have a few Lamas so look for them in Yard.

The biggest clue may be the LARGE splash pans for sale sign out front.That should narrow it down.

Mark

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OffCenter    82

Are you making a stereotype about people from Georgia? What colour are the trucks and car so that I will know your house when I get down there.

What's the temperature?

T.It's 28 above here.

 

No, just using an already-made stereotype. Mostly rust-colored. Actually, it's unseasonably cool in the low 80's. Upper 90's is normal for this time of year, but it is flooding. Something like 14 inches of rain in June and still raining. I found a use for the splash pans I've removed from wheels. They catch the water leaking through the roof of my studio.

 

Jim

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Claypple    29

I'm broke! I can't even afford to get my truck fixed. I guess I'll have to put it up on cinder blocks in the front yard with the other two trucks and car.

 

Jim

 

That sucks! Sad to hear about the leaking roof too.

On the positive note, I knew you would start using the splash pans at some point! tongue.gif

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Benzine    610

 

Are you making a stereotype about people from Georgia? What colour are the trucks and car so that I will know your house when I get down there.

What's the temperature?

T.It's 28 above here.

No, just using an already-made stereotype. Mostly rust-colored. Actually, it's unseasonably cool in the low 80's. Upper 90's is normal for this time of year, but it is flooding. Something like 14 inches of rain in June and still raining. I found a use for the splash pans I've removed from wheels. They catch the water leaking through the roof of my studio.

 

Jim

 

Can you actually tell it is raining, in relation to the standard humidity?

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