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Re: Talk Story - Pidgen, Gibberish, Ozzish you name it, Brah!!
« Reply #600 on: December 04, 2010, 05:13:48 PM »
no problem, I'm excited about it too.... have i met you before andrewL?

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Re: Talk Story - Pidgen, Gibberish, Ozzish you name it, Brah!!
« Reply #601 on: December 04, 2010, 05:49:06 PM »
Ryan,
No we haven't really met. I think you were at the movement seminar with the camera but left early? I am in my 30's, was there with a buddy my age. A couple of out of shape architects.

I texted you this morning about kaimuki. I was on the mainland when you were going last time
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Re: Talk Story - Pidgen, Gibberish, Ozzish you name it, Brah!!
« Reply #602 on: December 04, 2010, 11:05:44 PM »
Ryan,
No we haven't really met. I think you were at the movement seminar with the camera but left early? I am in my 30's, was there with a buddy my age. A couple of out of shape architects.

I texted you this morning about kaimuki. I was on the mainland when you were going last time

don't text me, I'm too cheap to do texts...kaimuki?  you wanted to jam?  Sunday, call me in the morning if you're free.

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Re: Talk Story - Pidgen, Gibberish, Ozzish you name it, Brah!!
« Reply #603 on: February 26, 2011, 12:53:32 AM »
Starting next week I have more time to train.

Tues and Thurs....morning-noon

Monday and Wednesday 6:30pm-whenever tired


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Re: Talk Story - Pidgen, Gibberish, Ozzish you name it, Brah!!
« Reply #604 on: February 26, 2011, 12:50:36 PM »
Those days And times sound good to me
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Re: Talk Story - Pidgen, Gibberish, Ozzish you name it, Brah!!
« Reply #605 on: March 06, 2011, 11:47:56 PM »
I tried out silk screen t-shirt printing for fun the other week and here's a design I came up with...was tons of fun...probably cost me about $3 to make total.  you can either use contact paper (1 time usage) or make a silk screen design outling it in mod podge (multiple uses).

Basically you need

1. embroidering hoop ($1)
2. some kind of mesh material that paint can go through (I used a plastic screening thing I had left over from fixing a screen door)
3. Mod Podge (I already had)
4. paint (supposed to use fabric paint, but that's expensive, acrilic worked fine for me)
5. cheap cotton shirts (you can get a 6 pack of shirts from walmart for $10)
6. (optional) contact paper instead of embroidering hoop, mod podge, and mesh material

Using contact paper
a. cut a design out of the contact paper using a razor blade
b. stick it straight onto the shirt
c. fill in design with paint & let dry
d. cover design with paper and iron over for 3-5 minutes
e. enjoy

Using screening technique
a. pull mesh material tight across embroidering hoop
b. trace desired design onto mesh material in hoop
c. paint mod podge around material and let dry (takes long time)
d. paint in the design with paint and let dry
e. cover design with paper and iron over for 3-5 minutes
f.  enjoy






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Re: Talk Story - Pidgen, Gibberish, Ozzish you name it, Brah!!
« Reply #606 on: March 08, 2011, 03:18:07 PM »
Nice way to just explore what can be done... thanks bro.
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Re: Talk Story - Pidgen, Gibberish, Ozzish you name it, Brah!!
« Reply #607 on: March 26, 2011, 10:12:01 AM »
Not sure where the best place is to post this...so I guess here will do:

Parkour generations has a new workout of the day. It appears to be under utilized or maybe just unknown

http://www.parkourgenerations.com/challenge/quadrupedie-variations
Motion for motion's sake