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Top­ics for dis­cus­sion dur­ing proc­tor­ship: This is about me putting my val­ues & ideas out there (as mine, clear­ly stat­ed) in an attempt to mold stu­dents into some­one bet­ter (define that, bitch­es) than me by exam­ple of what has worked, i.e. I made it with these val­ues, you can make it with yours. *What/who can be

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The Art Intensity Building

The AI (Art Inten­si­ty) build­ing: 1. Paleo cafe serv­ing break­fast, lunch, din­ner, and betweens. 2,000 sq ft 2. Guest artist stu­dio (Spencer, Banksy, etc) 1,000 sq ft 3. Work­ing crafts­man: hand made bikes, welders, black­smith, elec­tri­cian, cus­tom doors, 6,000 sq ft 4. Full met­al, wood, and machin­ery shop sun­light, heavy wood beams, met­al win­dow frames, nooks and spaces, human sized,

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re. rad people

CR, Hmmm, I’ll get to the car when I’m 50 and have some good expe­ri­ence to draw on. Friends of mine who I’d met sail­ing just came through town.  Cool cou­ple, Char­lie is 50, Stephanie in her mid 40’s.  Two kids, boy & girl some­where around 13 & 15.  I met the kids when they were

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The New In My House

The New In My House… Phi­los­o­phy of Archi­tec­ture (from Let My Peo­ple Go Surf­ing, Y Chouinard 1. Don’t build a new build­ing unless it’s absolute­ly nec­es­sary.  The most respon­si­ble thing to do is to buy used build­ings, con­struc­tion mate­ri­als, and fur­ni­ture. 2. Try to save old or his­toric build­ings from being torn down.  Any struc­tur­al changes

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high value recovery team

Gents, HVRT gen­er­al con­cept: Access for com­pa­nies to a team of capa­ble and qui­et pro­fes­sion­als who spe­cial­ize in glob­al recov­ery of high val­ue items, whether mate­ri­als, per­sons, or even intel­lec­tu­al prop­er­ty.  (Not sure about the last one, but the rough sketch is we’d con­vince peo­ple not to use what­ev­er it was that they’d stolen, or

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re. greywater

***, Grey­wa­ter took about 3 days + pri­or think­ing and plan­ning time (for me that took about 2 years to fig­ure out what I want­ed and how to do it.) 1 day to gath­er mate­ri­als, do set up and lay­out. 2 days to trench, lay pipe, and func­tion check. Lots of good learn­ing, but it boils down

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truck platform ideas

CR, Stoked for you! The tires I’m using came with the truck; Coop­er Dis­cov­er S/T.  I haven’t noticed any prob­lems at all, but haven’t real­ly paid atten­tion to them. Regard­ing build­ing the back plat­form, the first thing that **** did was to ask me what I want to use if for, so, what do you want to

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****, Lee and I just sat down and enjoyed our first meal of Nik-shot Mon­tana veni­son; grilled back­strap and sal­ad.  ****, it was deli­cious.  I’d like to thank you for help­ing me cre­ate this meal, for mak­ing the hunt­ing expe­ri­ence awe­some in the truest sense of that word.  I’d like to get more flow­ery but

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