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Pam Hrycyk
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Postby Pam Hrycyk » Wed Mar 10, 2004 7:52 pm

Amy on Salt Spring wrote:Perhaps less pot smoking on lunch hours out in Ontario Pam? :wink: I'll let you know when mine comes Brock. I'm guessing two days after yours...
Amy


That could be it Amy - I never thought of that. I hope you get your calendar soon. You'll love it.

Pam

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Postby Lisa Allen » Wed Mar 10, 2004 9:10 pm

Hey Brock, aren't you supposed to be teaching in Atlanta?

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Postby Barbara Cashman » Wed Mar 10, 2004 9:24 pm

Dani wrote:I received one copy of the Got No Shame Glass Calendar just now!! Wow, you people are really daring!! to mention other things.... than you ever wanted to see. Har! And Barbara.... I had no idea Mamakiln was your real mother! Help me, I'm having too much fun here!


waaaaa!!!! I have not received my calendar yet. I just have to assume the MK and I are in there. Will it ever arrive?????? (I WAS supposed to get a copy, wasn't I???) - Barbara
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Postby Jackie Beckman » Wed Mar 10, 2004 9:26 pm

Barbara Cashman wrote:
Dani wrote:I received one copy of the Got No Shame Glass Calendar just now!! Wow, you people are really daring!! to mention other things.... than you ever wanted to see. Har! And Barbara.... I had no idea Mamakiln was your real mother! Help me, I'm having too much fun here!


waaaaa!!!! I have not received my calendar yet. I just have to assume the MK and I are in there. Will it ever arrive?????? (I WAS supposed to get a copy, wasn't I???) - Barbara


Barbara, Yes you and MK are in there and its a super picture. You have a beautiful smile and I have major kiln envy! I think you had to buy a calendar to get one.

Jackie

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Postby Brock » Wed Mar 10, 2004 9:36 pm

Lisa Allen wrote:Hey Brock, aren't you supposed to be teaching in Atlanta?

Lisa


Yup. Ya gotta have students to have a course, evidently Atlanta is not a hot bed of fusing, we only had 6 people lined up. Brock
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Postby rosanna gusler » Wed Mar 10, 2004 10:14 pm

whoo hoo!! got mine! we are SO cool! i mean, what a beauticious group of artisians! i am SO glad i know you/all. we rock! LYMI rosanna

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Postby dee » Wed Mar 10, 2004 10:59 pm

And finally, I haven't gotten my calendar yet, either.[/quote]

lolol well considering the # [666] indicated for your number of posts on the board, i'm not surprised you haven't gotten you calendar yet ;P you live in the south
D :twisted:
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Postby dee » Wed Mar 10, 2004 11:03 pm

Brock wrote:
Lisa Allen wrote:Hey Brock, aren't you supposed to be teaching in Atlanta?

Lisa


Yup. Ya gotta have students to have a course, evidently Atlanta is not a hot bed of fusing, we only had 6 people lined up. Brock


well sheeiit as they say here in the south! i've had someone from an atlanta bead society trying to get me to come over the for a meeting - it's ONLY 3.5 hrs if i'm going to the north side of atlanta ;P i would have signed up but the educational area didn't get a budget this year ;P
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Postby rosanna gusler » Thu Mar 11, 2004 7:50 am

got mine! wow! we are a good looking group! what fun. i will have warm thoughts for a year+ using this. thanks chip and brad. what a nice winter pick me up. rosanna

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Postby Doug Randall » Thu Mar 11, 2004 2:13 pm

Just got mine this morning.....Oh la la 8)

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Postby linn keller » Thu Mar 11, 2004 3:06 pm

ok,
i've tried to be patient, not moan, not whine (not that i wasn't tempted!), but i've just been to the mailbox again and there's bills (of course), mags, trash, and NO calendar. i know i live at the back of beyond, and when people talk about snail mail that's faster than our mail, but, please, please, please, after reading all these comments, make mine get here soon. thanks,
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Postby Brock » Thu Mar 11, 2004 3:26 pm

Mine just arrived all the way to B.C. Amy, there's hope for you on monday.

I echo all the previous comments. Chip, great job. Brock
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Postby Jackie Beckman » Thu Mar 11, 2004 5:08 pm

Ok, couple comments I have been dying to share-
Was trying to wait till everyone had them, but it's taking too long!!

Amy - The bathrobe idea was great - very nostalgic; but with that big ol' Franklin there to protect you you really didn't need the other three layers of clothes! Do you always wear all that under your robe?? I thought you were a genuine "spitfire"

Mr. December - I just love this one and I know I keep telling you I love it, but here was my first thought - "Good thing they hadn't drilled the drain holes yet!" :lol:

Brock, had you just bloused that t-shirt over your apron a tad more! What a picture that would have been!! Funny anyway though - great job.

Rob - Ya gotta love that picture! Makes me smile every time I look at it.

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Postby Brock » Thu Mar 11, 2004 5:23 pm

Steve has the best hair, narrowly edging Doug, Jim has the greatest focus, Patti appears to be levitating that saw, Tony Serviente is the coldest, Jackie's gotta be the hottest.

I was actually trying to be a little cheekier, but the mold maker from downstairs was a tad nervous about it. Brock
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Postby Jackie Beckman » Thu Mar 11, 2004 5:27 pm

I was actually trying to be a little cheekier, but the mold maker from downstairs was a tad nervous about it. Brock


That is just side-splitting funny, Brock. I can just imagine you asking the guy downstairs if he had a moment to snap a photo for you, and then dropping your pants. Oh, I'm about in tears.

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Postby Ron Coleman » Thu Mar 11, 2004 7:14 pm

Got mine this afternoon. My pic is a little mild for some of the crowd, but then I'm not getting BEHIND in my work either.

Just remember, real men cold work in LEATHER.
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Postby Lisa Allen » Thu Mar 11, 2004 7:54 pm

Another delivery, another day without a calender.............

Ron, if real men work in leather, then real women work with diamonds....at least I got my diamond belt today........

Lisa
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Postby Doug Randall » Thu Mar 11, 2004 8:05 pm

Ron Coleman wrote:Got mine this afternoon. My pic is a little mild for some of the crowd, but then I'm not getting BEHIND in my work either.

Just remember, real men cold work in LEATHER.


Leather...Hmmmm, I always thought that real men coldworked in rubber. Well.... that may explain a lot of things..hahahah!

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Postby Doug Randall » Thu Mar 11, 2004 8:36 pm

:shock: Anyway...the calender is simply gorgeous. 8)

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Postby dee » Thu Mar 11, 2004 9:15 pm

Lisa Allen wrote:Another delivery, another day without a calender.............

Ron, if real men work in leather, then real women work with diamonds....at least I got my diamond belt today........

Lisa


well i finally got mine - musta been more than the al po workers were ready for! hehehehehehehe WOW! hubby and i both enjoyed looking thru it - this is gonna be saved for posterity ;))

and i agree lisa, we do work with diamonds ;P
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