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paperclay and reference to ..."old people clubs???""

updated wed 26 nov 03

 

Ababi on tue 25 nov 03


No Barbara
You forget where I live.
Not to involve too much politics...
When the government spends too much money on the wrong things there is
not so much money left for the welfare. That was the reason that woman
looked for something low in cost - she could give to the people she led.
This is the reason she could not use Fimo or any other "cold" clay.

You also forgot I might not find the correct word!

Ababi Sharon
Glaze addict
Kibbutz Shoval Israel
ababisha@shoval.org.il
http://ababi.active.co.il=20
http://www.matrix2000.co.nz/Matrix%20Demo/Ababi.htm



-----Original Message-----
From: Clayart [mailto:CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG] On Behalf Of Barbara
Kobler
Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2003 3:56 AM
To: CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG
Subject: paperclay and reference to ..."old people clubs???""

Hi Abai,
In regards to your descriptive phrase, "Places that cannot fire. Like
old people clubs". I know you did not really mean to imply that us old
folks clubs don't do firings because we're old. Cause afteralll, I am
old, I teach in a retirement pottery studio with 300 members mainly
60-85 years old and we got 10 electric kilns and a big raku kiln. The
phrase just caught my eye and I thought I'd tease you a little bit.
Please don't take offense. None intended. Just my warped sense of
humor. Barbara


Ababi wrote:
>I was asked several times. Can paperclay be used without firing at all?
>I mean places that cannot fire. Like old people clubs =96 can they
>preserve somehow the raw paperclay?
>Thank you my good community

ababi,


Barbara Kobler http://www.claywoman.net

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Barbara Kobler on tue 25 nov 03


Hi Abai,
In regards to your descriptive phrase, "Places that cannot fire. Like old people clubs". I know you did not really mean to imply that us old folks clubs don't do firings because we're old. Cause afteralll, I am old, I teach in a retirement pottery studio with 300 members mainly 60-85 years old and we got 10 electric kilns and a big raku kiln. The phrase just caught my eye and I thought I'd tease you a little bit.
Please don't take offense. None intended. Just my warped sense of humor. Barbara


Ababi wrote:
>I was asked several times. Can paperclay be used without firing at all?
>I mean places that cannot fire. Like old people clubs can they
>preserve somehow the raw paperclay?
>Thank you my good community

ababi,


Barbara Kobler http://www.claywoman.net