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Old 10-01-2007, 01:52 PM   #916
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There are times when I wish we didn't have to eat at all. Every now and then I'll find every type of food so boring and awful that I have absolutely no appetite. It happens at least once a year. I get over it eventually, but it's weird.
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I ended up getting a sandwich which was mildly ok.

And this thus ends the most boring post I will make today.
still more exciting than 99% of the crap I post...
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There are times when I wish we didn't have to eat at all. Every now and then I'll find every type of food so boring and awful that I have absolutely no appetite. It happens at least once a year. I get over it eventually, but it's weird.
I get like that with music.
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There are times when I wish we didn't have to eat at all. Every now and then I'll find every type of food so boring and awful that I have absolutely no appetite. It happens at least once a year. I get over it eventually, but it's weird.
that is interesting. does it happen around the same time every year?
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Sorry to interupt, does anyone know a way to get paint (latex) out of a paintbrush if you've left it sitting around for a few days?

yes I'm an idiot, but it's my favorite brush
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turpentine?
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turpentine? i dunno...i've always used this paint soap but it was for acryllics and oils. not sure about latex. maybe some paint thinner?
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turpentine?
you owe me for rent.
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Sorry to interupt, does anyone know a way to get paint (latex) out of a paintbrush if you've left it sitting around for a few days?

yes I'm an idiot, but it's my favorite brush
according to diynet:

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Latex paint should be cleaned as soon as possible after you're finished painting. If the paint dries on the brush, you'll need special solvents to remove it. Clean latex paint with soap and water. If your house is on a public sewer system, you can clean the brushes in your sink. But be careful not to dispose of paint in an area where it might seep into the groundwater.


Not very helpful but it's all I got... They don't mention what the "special solvents" are...
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go to some other opera house? GFYAGB!
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They don't mention what the "special solvents" are...
turpentine?
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that is interesting. does it happen around the same time every year?
Yeah. Usually around now and sometime in the early spring.

snow, I have no clue. I'm useless around the house.
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thora - maybe you need more cookies
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turpentine?
possibly but turpentine seems a little too harsh for latex imo...

The more I read about it the more it sounds like soaking in warm water overnight might do the trick...
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