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Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:46 pm

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Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:47 pm

the best are in the venue at that time :P all us guys there are just a piece of meat in the minority ha
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Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:54 pm

soam24 wrote:the best are in the venue at that time :P all us guys there are just a piece of meat in the minority ha
i tried hot yoga like 10 years. Not the best idea
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Mon Jun 11, 2018 5:04 pm

acidburn wrote:
soam24 wrote:the best are in the venue at that time :P all us guys there are just a piece of meat in the minority ha
i tried hot yoga like 10 years. Not the best idea
I would love to do yoga all the time, but memberships are SO expensive it's insane.

My gym has classes, but horrible times of course for my schedule. I prefer the $20 to use the sauna non stop oppose to $100 for yoga. Although, I'd prob enjoy the yoga way more. These early Saturday classes are the bee's knee's tho.
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Mon Jun 11, 2018 5:05 pm

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Butterfly Hand-Embellished Edition by Bioworkz
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18 x 24 inches
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Butterfly Birch Wood Variant by Bioworkz
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Mon Jun 11, 2018 5:13 pm

soam24 wrote:
acidburn wrote:
soam24 wrote:the best are in the venue at that time :P all us guys there are just a piece of meat in the minority ha
i tried hot yoga like 10 years. Not the best idea
I would love to do yoga all the time, but memberships are SO expensive it's insane.

My gym has classes, but horrible times of course for my schedule. I prefer the $20 to use the sauna non stop oppose to $100 for yoga. Although, I'd prob enjoy the yoga way more. These early Saturday classes are the bee's knee's tho.
Tx Joe

and yea I would like to try it too. The places around us are too expensive
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Mon Jun 11, 2018 5:14 pm

I like that :wink:
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Mon Jun 11, 2018 5:16 pm

Woo5lscott wrote:I like that :wink:
:pint:

Also, even though its not really launched yet. If you want to subscribe to Supine's site, its up now.

https://www.judithsupine.com/
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Wed Jun 13, 2018 8:28 am

acidburn wrote:
Woo5lscott wrote:I like that :wink:
:pint:

Also, even though its not really launched yet. If you want to subscribe to Supine's site, its up now.

https://www.judithsupine.com/
I would if it’d work :lol:
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Wed Jun 13, 2018 8:42 am

Woo5lscott wrote:
acidburn wrote:
Woo5lscott wrote:I like that :wink:
:pint:

Also, even though its not really launched yet. If you want to subscribe to Supine's site, its up now.

https://www.judithsupine.com/
I would if it’d work :lol:
Good catch. Checking soon
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Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:02 am

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Kramerica wrote:Next up, something to put full size prints in that makes it easy to get them signed while still keeping them protected. :clap:
i could have sworn i saw that recently on someone's fb page. Or they just did it themselves.
You might be thinking of the guy who did something to ensure artist signatures were in the spot that he wanted and nowhere else. Can't remember if it was for Stan Lee or Struzan. Basically the whole print was covered in mylar or glassine with the spot for the sig uncovered.
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Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:29 am

guryter wrote:
acidburn wrote:
Kramerica wrote:Next up, something to put full size prints in that makes it easy to get them signed while still keeping them protected. :clap:
i could have sworn i saw that recently on someone's fb page. Or they just did it themselves.
You might be thinking of the guy who did something to ensure artist signatures were in the spot that he wanted and nowhere else. Can't remember if it was for Stan Lee or Struzan. Basically the whole print was covered in mylar or glassine with the spot for the sig uncovered.

Yea definitely this. Think it would be hard though just because every print is different.

And Supine newsletter working again
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Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:25 am

acidburn wrote:
guryter wrote:
acidburn wrote:
Kramerica wrote:Next up, something to put full size prints in that makes it easy to get them signed while still keeping them protected. :clap:
i could have sworn i saw that recently on someone's fb page. Or they just did it themselves.
You might be thinking of the guy who did something to ensure artist signatures were in the spot that he wanted and nowhere else. Can't remember if it was for Stan Lee or Struzan. Basically the whole print was covered in mylar or glassine with the spot for the sig uncovered.

Yea definitely this. Think it would be hard though just because every print is different.

And Supine newsletter working again
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Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:14 pm

+1 hand embellished Butterfly
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Pretty Girls Make Graves by Florian Bertmer
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Pretty Girls Make Graves Variant by Florian Bertmer
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Buds and Duds Set by Mark Chilcott
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