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    Flatirons, appreciate the insight. I hear definitely what your sharing and saying. I really wamna pour, I think I will be kinda good at it. I wanna do it, ive done a fair share of research, but the only experience is actual experience. So after a couple of pours and batches, I will get with ya and update you.
    I'm from Texas. I like the blues, jazz & soul. I like to smoke my meat, I like my poultry fried. I like my greens seasoned & I cuss for no reason. I like my music loud n my chronic even louder. My truck is big n dirty, I believe in hard work. I don't mind the heat as long as the tea is sweet. We shoot fireworks and we shoot guns, we go fishing from dusk til dawn. I don't where I'm going with this but the joints almost done. Be proud of who you are.

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    ^^^^apologies...didn't mean to jack your thread...not my style.
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    Naw man its all good. A different look into pouring that I really didnt consider. I do have some questions about pouring if you dont mind a couple of pms
    I'm from Texas. I like the blues, jazz & soul. I like to smoke my meat, I like my poultry fried. I like my greens seasoned & I cuss for no reason. I like my music loud n my chronic even louder. My truck is big n dirty, I believe in hard work. I don't mind the heat as long as the tea is sweet. We shoot fireworks and we shoot guns, we go fishing from dusk til dawn. I don't where I'm going with this but the joints almost done. Be proud of who you are.

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    This is going to leave a mark most painful $2.00 I ever made...last night lost the use of my thumb on my pouring hand for at least 2 days and this pic.....occupational hazard....lost respect for the plastic for a milisecond and there wasn't enough beer to make this feel better. Always always keep respect.....just.

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    That was a swimbait I was making, seriously thinking about inking it in as a permanent reminder.
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    get a "POUR SAFE" knuckle tat
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    sometimes you think you have true love and then you catch the early flight home from San Diego

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    I bet that really hurts today. Great reminder for those trying this out, another reason I just buy them. I hope it heals quick!
    "There is only one thing wrong with a fishing day--its staggering brevity. If a man spent all his days fishing, life would seem to be a swift dream." Zane Grey

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    First thing she asked was "how many beers have you had" so I gave her an algabretic answer.
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    damn flatirons, looks like it hurts. thanks for the fore warning. safety first my brother. hope it all heels well
    I'm from Texas. I like the blues, jazz & soul. I like to smoke my meat, I like my poultry fried. I like my greens seasoned & I cuss for no reason. I like my music loud n my chronic even louder. My truck is big n dirty, I believe in hard work. I don't mind the heat as long as the tea is sweet. We shoot fireworks and we shoot guns, we go fishing from dusk til dawn. I don't where I'm going with this but the joints almost done. Be proud of who you are.

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    just: I have around 40 different colorants that if you can get some clean 2 oz bottles, I'll make you a swinging deal on and save you some coin. Also if you want to set a day and time bring your molds and plastisol with and let me see what you got going on and give you any help I can...for a minimal fee of a 6er of Miller lite. Hopefully this will lessen your learning curve and save you some time and money.
    http://www.fringetackle.net

 

 
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