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Old 06-19-2014, 05:34 PM   #17781
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Diane is the original SFM........... ( Sliding Finger Mutant, #64) and is retired, duh!

One day when I get done playing with Gwen, studying for my non-comercial class B, and visiting local folk here.
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Old 06-19-2014, 05:45 PM   #17782
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Old 06-19-2014, 05:47 PM   #17783
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Old 06-19-2014, 05:56 PM   #17784
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It sounds like you are one of the dye company's best customers. We used to use Rit dye back in the 60's because we could buy it at the grocery store. Is that what you use? I like your colors.
Thanks! Not really best customer just a repeat customer. No. I get either Jacquard tie dye kits (because they have the applicator bottles) or I get Procion Fiber reactive dye from Dharma Trading. They are "cold" water dyes so they don't require hot water like Rit does. They require urea and super washing soda... and 24 hours set time to get the best color (or you can nuke it for a minute or two in the microwave.) I typically get Yellow, Magenta and Turquoise along with Black. The purple, orange, green is a result of on fabric mixing, though you can mix a bottle of dye if you want.
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Thanks! Not really best customer just a repeat customer. No. I get either Jacquard tie dye kits (because they have the applicator bottles) or I get Procion Fiber reactive dye from Dharma Trading. They are "cold" water dyes so they don't require hot water like Rit does. They require urea and super washing soda... and 24 hours set time to get the best color (or you can nuke it for a minute or two in the microwave.) I typically get Yellow, Magenta and Turquoise along with Black. The purple, orange, green is a result of on fabric mixing, though you can mix a bottle of dye if you want.

Ya know, I am a bit jealous!
I missed the tie-died gig. Happened while I was in uniform. Maybe...it is... time....
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Old 06-19-2014, 06:05 PM   #17786
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Next GC has karaoki or I may revolt! Yes, mutiny, I tell you.
Wait.... Guess that would not work.
Then, I would protest! But to whom?
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Old 06-19-2014, 06:12 PM   #17787
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Ya know, I am a bit jealous!
I missed the tie-died gig. Happened while I was in uniform. Maybe...it is... time....
Thanks for your service. Tie Dye does something to the spirit I think. I know the bright colors make me happy... The Jacquard kit will do about 8 adult size Ts with rainbow colors... probably the best way to start. The kit even has a DVD that shows simple ties and the spiral rainbow.
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Old 06-19-2014, 06:25 PM   #17788
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Thanks for your service. Tie Dye does something to the spirit I think. I know the bright colors make me happy... The Jacquard kit will do about 8 adult size Ts with rainbow colors... probably the best way to start. The kit even has a DVD that shows simple ties and the spiral rainbow.

Thanks. May have to give it a go.
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Old 06-19-2014, 06:32 PM   #17789
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BTW, if you are ever in Lancaster County PA, or thereabouts, check out Hippeys Meats (Denver Meats, Denver, PA) in local stores. They are a mom-n-pop shop that has been in business for 44 years!
This is their standard hotdog, yes big! And they have a grand line of fine products. And better than another limited brand that I shall not mention.
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We are keen to join this group, we Have been mutating for 50 odd years and still morphing in to new rolls, locations even international, our most recent major mutation was to sell everything we owned in New Zealand at age 40 large and arrive in the USA with 4 suitcases and a dog.
We are full time Rv'ers nothing is subject to change other than change itself.
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CampDaven RVM1 - Dave and I (Steve RVM2) have discussed your application and you should be receiving a PM from him providing high powered advice on streamlining your application.

We look forward to your official enrollment and further declarations of mutantness!

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If you're homesick I can provide you with a care package next time I am out that way, for a small fee of course.

Thanks!
But I will have "care packages" from Denver Meats and other nifty places in the freezer before we wander West. And then stock up on stuff out there, like Little Joe roasted chilis. And endless, evil cycle!
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