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07-13-2009, 05:41 PM
Well with not having a job right now...I have decided to push working on haunted house stuff fulltime for a while.
Since Dream Reapers is almost half done for this season.....I am looking to see if anyone needs some work done? I would like an arm and a leg for services.....but really I could use some extra dough and I will wave the arm.
I am serious if work is to be had.....paint, props, masks, whatever......let me know
Been in logistics for 22 years, if no one is buying anything I have nothing to move....
glad October is coming!!!
07-13-2009, 10:07 PM
Good to see ya man! Where the heck you been? Shane and its I have missed ya! Shane this time.
07-15-2009, 09:09 PM
ME? Been hiding.....and they say if ya gots nuttin good to say......why say it?
I never in a million years thought I would be in this bs life situation...but hell...I have had enough bs in the last 2 years to last a lifetime! Smile...it makes em wonder where the gun is!!!!
But things are looking good for us this year....major renovations n such
Need work though......time to ebay more stuff
How have you been?
07-16-2009, 11:27 PM
Speaking of more stuff....... hows our other costumes coming ken? Just curious.
Let me know when they will be ready. Thanks
07-17-2009, 10:57 PM
Funny as I sit here pulling latex out of my arm hair....yes working on yours today SIR!!!
Nurses and masks are done.
Corpse suit.....shredded and painted.....the rest in the am
Mask and hands should be done next week....or this weekend if I can
07-18-2009, 07:20 AM
HAHAAAA !! Yes that does suck.... as your playing with latex or spraying that paint on yer arm... ( if your like me your caught in the moment and wont give it much thought ) THEN when its time to relax and have a beer you think "Why did I get latex in my arm hair ?"
"If I pull it real hard real fast it wont feel as bad - DAMN WHERE DID MY ARM HAIR GO?"
Yep I guess its better than somehow spilling it into the hair on yer head which Im sure SOMEONE SOMEWHERE has done ...
07-18-2009, 11:56 AM
This might be dumb to tell you but I have found a way to get latex out of my arm hair with much less pain.
A warm and wet and soaped up terry cloth wash cloth. Just slowly wash your arms and then when the latex is somewhat permeated with the water you can rub it off without both ripping your hair out or hurting nearly as much.
07-18-2009, 02:36 PM
Its just the crude that gets on the soft side of your arm.....the reach for something and you get a little bit......you forget about it and soon you wonder....what the hell is pinching
A nice thin layer that will remove all your hair no matter what
Arm hair is over rated anyways
07-19-2009, 02:39 PM
For ruining my clothes!
Maybe working for my Dad for 15 years made me this way? Crawling in crawlspaces, ditches, sooty furnaces, oil burners, ripping out filthy old equiptment, you had better learn Not to care.
Welding catches clothing on fire, burns pinholes in them in the meantime, weakening the fabric unnoticably at first...
Muratic acid eats cloth..and skin,,. and destroys nasil passages and sinuses. Some muratic evaporated the sleeve of a nylon jacket So Fast, it was if it never even had a sleeve!
Soldering galvenised metal you need to remove the galvenised first, acid does it.
I also learned welding above my head is not for me unless I want to become a dancing ball of fire! (Not today, thank you!)
I guess as I would be the dancing ball of fire I would be doing a rain dance!
07-20-2009, 12:09 PM
LOL shave your arms ken
07-20-2009, 09:37 PM
Suave shampoos makes latex slide right off! Tested and I swear by it!
07-21-2009, 06:45 AM
A good hand lotion helps too! My typical dollar store run includes Latex gloves, several large containers of vaseline, pam spray, and two large bottles of hand lotion. Yeah I get some odd looks from the check out girl but they all have their uses.
07-25-2009, 03:02 AM
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