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Candleholders & heat& galvy
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Posted on Fri Mar 19, 2004 1:23 am
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OKay so I submit this great article and didn't even think about candle holders. How far away should the galvy be from open flammage? so I can add this to the article
I am not sure I have never made a candle holder and this was a question asked of me and I had no idea. I was hoping someone would have the answer with out me experimenting with this the hard way.


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Posted on Fri Mar 19, 2004 4:56 am
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As long as the metal is not in direct contact with flame, I think you're OK...


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Posted on Fri Mar 19, 2004 5:27 am
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i made a simple hanging candle holder. using a voltive holder suspended by 3 chains coming to a point. the chains are about 10" long. they get really hot but not hot enough release the toxic fumes from the galvy or to burn the house down(but hot enough to scar the hand- personal injury).

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Posted on Wed Apr 14, 2004 6:27 pm
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Since when is 'flammage' a real word?

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Posted on Wed Apr 14, 2004 7:02 pm
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flammage was a real word the moment you understood what she meant. Smile

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Posted on Fri Apr 23, 2004 7:39 am
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Perhaps it's not a real word but I didn't realize I had to bow to the grammer nazi
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Posted on Fri Apr 23, 2004 6:13 pm
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flammage adds a certain color to it though. it just sounds cooler....
goes off to burn stuff
that was fun. long live flammage


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Posted on Fri Apr 23, 2004 8:47 pm
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We already had a long discussion on the use of "-age" endings to words, didn't we?

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Posted on Sat Apr 24, 2004 8:20 am
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we did where?

See I figure if shakespeare was allowed to make up words as he went along so am I
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Posted on Sat Apr 24, 2004 11:58 pm
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Tesserex wrote:
We already had a long discussion on the use of "-age" endings to words, didn't we?


i think so, but i didn't participate in it... that way i can still use the fake words


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Posted on Sun Apr 25, 2004 1:16 pm
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Looks like we're getting close to having 'Flammage' right here in this topic. Very Happy


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Posted on Mon Apr 26, 2004 1:24 am
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Someone rating about the words said "if you dont stop im gonna have some serious barfage..." or something.

Here it is: Workshop warlock in the Jens Pind thread.

Workshop Warlock wrote:
As an aside, I tend to dislike words with the -age suffix. My dislike comes from dealing with engineers who have no clue how to use the English language, so they make up important-sounding words like "signage", "closeage", "employage", I even heard "mowage" the other day. It gives me a great deal of annoyage, and makes me want to engage in barfage. Mad (Too bad there isn't a barficon...)

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Posted on Mon Apr 26, 2004 8:30 am
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Rolling Eyes oh well I don't see the point in getting super heated over words mind you I am a kevin smith fan so obviously I have no problem with a couple of swears I just don't respect them when they are directed at people but as for simple words with an age added Mneh! just to warn you to never come over to my place then because I make up my own language as I go along. Very Happy but hey I'm an artsy and never followed the rules to begin with. Think outside the box


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