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"BIG BUCKS" WITH ONLY $6.00 INVESTMENT "NO BULL"!!!! by [email protected]
HOW TO TURN $6 INTO $6,000!!!!!! READING THIS COULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE! I found this on a bulletin board and decided to try it. A little while back, I was browsing through newsgroups, just like you are now, and came across an article similar to this that said you could make thousands of dollars...
March 17th 05 02:59 PM
by Matthew Lybanon Go to last post
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"E" marks on (safety?) glass by Abdullah Eyles
I have been trying to find information about the (presumably European) "E" marks which are found on safety (laminated?, tempered?) glass used in vehicles. Some have E17, some E5 etc. I haven't been able to find a table explaining the differences, anyone know? (I hope that I haven't deviated...
November 1st 04 10:28 AM
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"Frosted"glass by Matthew Eash
I am trying to find (or create) a 48 high x 24 wide panel of "frosted" glass for a door. Since it is in a door, tempered glass or other shatter resistant glass should be used. Most stores recommend sandblasting the glass to give a very even texture. A 3/16 tempered sandblasted sheet is about $80...
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November 17th 05 03:15 PM
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"Students see the light in glass art" by Mike
Students see the light in glass art Life: The age-old art of stained glass, which probably originated more than 2,000 years ago, is still being enjoyed. What makes the art form particularly unusual is its dependence on light. at http://www.washtimes.com/metro/20030907-105743-6214r.htm
September 8th 03 01:53 PM
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$200 For Interview Of Expert Glassblower/Flameworker by Cory_FNnJ
Hey folks, I'm looking to interview an expert glassblower for 30-45 minutes and ask him/her a series of questions related both Glassblowing and Flameworking. You will need to have expert knowledge of both glassblowing and flameworking because the questions asked will involve both of these areas.
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April 12th 07 07:16 AM
by nJb Go to last post
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$5 To Spend NOW, 3 Easy Glass Locket Keepsakes to Make from RubberNation Stamps Beads Crafts! by Rubber Nation Stamps Beads Crafts[_2_]
Hello crafty souls! Our current online newsletter features 3 VERY easy keepsakes using our glass lockets, blanks, and metal photo charms to make some GREAT holiday keepsakes! Rubber Nation Stamps Beads Crafts latest newsletter: http://www.onlineitools.com/archive/view/2509/569 Our next issue will...
October 5th 08 03:55 PM
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$50,000/month from home. as seen on TV by [email protected]
$50,000/month Make money from home. No selling, no e-books, no scams, no pay for click, please read. Do you have a PayPal Account? (if not, the set up takes 10-15 minutes.) You could make up to $50,000.00 in one month's time with more money
September 25th 06 10:51 PM
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AAAA+ Quality designer tote, hobo, boston, indy,messenger,bags by [email protected]
AAAA+ Quality designer tote, hobo, boston, indy, messenger,bags www.guccimart.com
March 20th 08 07:05 PM
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"Blowing glass with high style" by [email protected]
Blowing glass with high style http://www.washtimes.com/metro/20060809-103613-9822r.htm
August 10th 06 05:42 PM
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"SILENCE" I kill you!" by [email protected]
Achmed speaks: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQf3fujGlg4
October 24th 07 01:28 AM
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'Serious' soldering iron - recommendations please ? by Adrian
HI Folks My usual weapon of choice is a temperature-controlled Weller 100W iron - which works very well for tiffany-style suncatchers, tealights and so on. Recently, I've been getting more commissions for copper-foil-based window / door panels - with correspondingly longer seams to be...
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April 5th 09 07:17 PM
by Kris Krieger Go to last post
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'splain to me about 'band saws' by [email protected]
this is an innovation i know nothing about...basically, since getting back into SG, i've ignored the topic when looking at catalogs but ... all of a sudden it dawned on me that there are some folks out there who are using saws to cut glass????? really???? isn't this like cheating? where's the...
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July 14th 06 03:48 AM
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***FS Display Cases and Stands*** by DISPLAY ANYTHING!
Thank you for reading this email. Display Anything! from the Good Buy Girls has several different display cases for your Glass and Glass Crafts. Please come to our home page, and browse our extensive index. We are very responsive to questions, and enjoy helping collectors and dealers find...
August 29th 04 10:06 PM
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0.25" thick plate glass by Agkistrodon
I'm trying to cut a 75" long, 45" wide sheet of 0.25" plate glass to fit a frame 33"x67" for a map. I don't want to even start without some advice. What's a good way? Will a regular glass cutter wheel score deep enough? Thanks for the input. Agkistrodon
December 23rd 03 01:06 PM
by Steve Roberts Go to last post
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1-- COLLECTIBLE GLASSWARE Buy and Sell EdvHT by art-pottery
Buy/Sell/Auction GLASSWARE COLLECTIBLES; MEMORABILIA At Auction or Fixed Price, locally or worldwide, with free listing. Open your free GLASSWARE Related e-store. ...
November 17th 06 10:03 PM
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120 Year old Glass by Cape Bretoner
Am wondering if anyone can direct me to a collector or antique dealer that might be interested in purchasing 120 year old planes of glass. They are 8 X 10 inches and about 1/16 of an inch thick. Clear glass, although they had some kind of shipping material between them that gives it a colored...
January 18th 04 08:37 AM
by Kalera Stratton Go to last post
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18th century reference to "Diamond tens glass" by Jim Chevallier
Anyone with an interest in antique glass know what "diamond tens glass" would have referred to in the 18th century? "TO BE SOLD, BY Capt.Gideon Ball, at his House near the Orange Tree Tavern, Diamond tens Glass, Nuns Threads, Fans, Crates of Vials, and sundry other European Goods."
May 19th 04 12:26 AM
by Jim Chevallier Go to last post
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1st side distorts (flattens) when 2nd side is soldered by [email protected]
When soldering the 2nd side of a foiled stained glass piece, it appears that the nice rounded solder bead on the 1st side gets distorted (flattened) because it is heated from the heat of soldering the 2nd side and the 1st side is resting on a flat surface. How can this be avoided?
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May 1st 06 07:40 PM
by Jeff Diebolt Go to last post
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2 unique glass auctions up by melted
thanks for having peeped! http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZpretendfriend1QQhtZ-1 peace!
September 30th 05 08:10 PM
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2-- COLLECTIBLE GLASSWARE Buy and Sell 8CUReUUBQK by art-pottery
Buy/Sell/Auction GLASSWARE COLLECTIBLES; MEMORABILIA At Auction or Fixed Price, locally or worldwide, with free listing. Open your free GLASSWARE Related e-store. ...
November 18th 06 10:03 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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