If you have not tried one of the new @butterfinger candy bars, please talk to @scorbettart real quick. She will tell you how all materials, even our #sculpted physical selves, must eventually be eaten away. So you might as well try the new butterfinger candy, which I lectured on tonight during intellectual conversations with a real #funk #bassist who said his best friend inspires him by playing blistering #coachella solos better than anyone else. Then I talked to a #diy #childrensbook author from #soho #ny who uses #reclaimed materials to make #conceptual memory-foam mattresses for all of #easterneurope. Interestingly, both these guys were named Tony, which is the name I adopt when pretending to be an #internationaldj in an opaque mask doing #vaporwave sets in #prague. If you expected me to now say this is all made up, No, you have slipped, because tonight I really did borrow $50 from one of my old students so I could afford to go #dancing with #digital #fortlauderdale #clubkids who immediately befriended me. One of the coolest ones tried right away to get me to start a #newband with him, and we even did many drunk #hugs about it. Soon i realized that I’d been brought upstairs through a series of xmas-themed storage rooms stripped of their #copper. That’s when they closed the doors and decided it was time to initiate me. I am talking about into #friendship, because within five minutes everyone was super happy, and sharing with me stories of interesting legal battles, and promising that they were not mad at me at all whenever I asked. I began to feel so delighted that I accidentally blurted out my sick, all-consuming vision for the future of this page. I should not have done this so forcefully though, because I think there were some kids sleeping in the other room. Inevitably, the feeling of being cool and accepted began to decline, and after the tepid reaction to my ideas I headed home thinking about canceled plans and #sculpture #artists who work with #bronze. At that moment I felt better just reflecting on the nature of things, and how important it is to weave what’s inspiring you into the vast decaying surface, trusting it will be found.
Roots grow towards septic systems and sewer pipes because they hold water, nutrients and oxygen—things that roots crave. And if the root finds a crack or leak in the system or pipe, they will creep into the wall and grow into the system or pipe, blocking off the flow of waste, increasing damage to the system and allowing sewage to leak.
Faulty sewer lines or faulty septic systems can allow sewer water to enter groundwater, where it can wash into rivers, lakes, streams, and coastal areas. Sewage effluent contains dangerous pathogens, posing serious health risks to humans and aquatic ecosystems. This is why it is so important for aging and damaged systems to be repaired or replaced.
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I couldn’t wait to share this, even though it’s not quite finished...
I forgot to order the plug for it, so no power yet! Dang it!
My wife and I have done quite a few lamps, but this is my first “Ground up” build!! The base of this desk lamp is made from reclaimed oak pallet wood! Nails still in...
Black, cloth braided wire, and lamp components from #sundialwire.
And finished with @walrusoil All Natural Furniture Finish!!
More pics will come when complete!!
What do you think