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Used Kilt for sale, cheap!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ryan Grimm Dec 9, 2010. 4 Replies

Hullo all, I recently acquired a wee kilt at a yard sale, thought it would fit a friend, but it's small.Looks to be a 29 waist MAXIMUM, with length (height) 23 inches.Remember, a kilt is worn high on…Continue

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Baked Goods of Wide Variety

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ryan Grimm Feb 16, 2010. 3 Replies

Hullo,Carrying on the thread of foods, drink and the like, this Thread is related to baked goods; my first example will be a bread that I and others have enjoyed for some time.Served best as toast,…Continue

Hors D'oeuvres, Snacks and Finger Foods for Social Occasions

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ryan Grimm Jun 13, 2010. 7 Replies

Hullo,Since I started a thread on Libations, I thought I'd spend a moment on the tasty bits that help us absorb the alcohols that we will be ingesting in search of the perfect comestible.I suggest…Continue

Early Libations, Recipes and Reactions to same

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ryan Grimm Jan 30, 2013. 17 Replies

Hullo All,Having seen the Category title of "Food & Libation" and having a bit of time on hand, I have decided to crank out a thing or two on the subject of Libations. I hope to have something…Continue

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A Reply to "How I Killed The Cog Of Acceptance"

Posted on June 6, 2011 at 8:05am 1 Comment

As follows is my reply to a Blog on "How I Killed The Cog Of Acceptance"....

"I must say right off the bat that I thought about this quite a bit before I hit "Add Comment".

Looking at both sides of the argument, I think you both made a mistake.

First, someone brought religion, AND THEIR CONDEMNATION OF IT, into the Cog.  That in itself is a mistake.

Second, taking religion and the abhorrent mis-uses of it by the vast number of deluded and woefully ignorant… Continue

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At 2:10am on May 22, 2014, Marshal Sir Jon Marshall said…

Thank you my demonic friend.

At 4:48pm on November 4, 2012, Phineas Wotan Sprockett, O.C.C. said…

Mr. Grimm,

   My mouth fairly waters when you describe your cider-nalia!!    The number of brewers gives me hope that this country will discover (rediscover) the joys of cider drinking.   I prefer the more tart varieties.   Strongbow tastes like an extremely tart apple but with a definite buzz at the end of it. 

     Thank you for sharing your experience.     Phin. Sprockett

At 5:36am on November 3, 2012, Phineas Wotan Sprockett, O.C.C. said…

Mr. Grimm,

     I am envious!    Cider is my favorite libation of  all.   Especially the wonderful English cider brand, Strongbow which can be bought on tap in the U.K.

Hope you have a successful  jaunt.       Phin. Sprockett

At 3:48am on November 3, 2012, Phineas Wotan Sprockett, O.C.C. said…

THECOSTUMERSMANIFESTO.COM,  will be the link that I will begin my experimentation of crafting detachable collars.

You might want to view this site at your leisure.

Regards,    Phin. Sprockett

At 12:37pm on October 25, 2012, Phineas Wotan Sprockett, O.C.C. said…

Mr. Grimm,

     Thank you for inspiring me to make an effort with my aunt's sewing machine.   With the help of an online tutorial, I actually turned a pair of trousers into a pair of really neat and servicable bike knickers!    Nothing really difficult about it but for me it was an important project which provided me with confidence to try some more.

     The machine worked quiet well.  My sister is schedlued to visit this weekend so will have her look at it and determine whether I need some maintenance.

    I also visited Rev. Ratspeed's page, read some of his posts, then went to the Steampunk Stitching Association, read a lot there and then joined.  

    My next thought is collars.   Do you wear detachable ones?   Do you craft collars on existing shirts to conform to Victorian/Edwardian "look"?   

Thank you, again sir, for your most valuable information.  I think my learning curve just took another jump upward.

Wishing you a Most Pleasant Day,     Phin. Sprockett

At 12:23am on October 21, 2012, Miss Cherries Jubilee said…

I posted the alternative addresses for the Tweed Ride videos on the Tweed ride page.  If you want me to email them to you, I have to be your friend, though.

At 5:37am on September 26, 2012, Captain Dave; master of the bear said…

very nice day at the market, you should have seen the crowd fighting over every little sale.this group just walked by...

At 4:39am on July 24, 2012, Captain Dave; master of the bear said…

steampunk Donald

At 6:21am on July 11, 2012, Captain Dave; master of the bear said…

is there ever enough? some time we want more...

At 6:42am on July 8, 2012, Captain Dave; master of the bear said…

good day for it...


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