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And yet another Canadian

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by maddartist, Feb 28, 2005.

  1. maddartist

    maddartist New Member

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    Hi there nice board, I lost this board for awhile during the change over,but now i found it again :cool1:
    My name's Steve I'm from Manitoba Canada, If i can help anyone out let me know. I do vinyl,paint,airbrush, tattooing.....anything for money :wink:

    steve
    Maddartist signs and Graphics
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  2. Stevo

    Stevo Active Member

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    Hi Steve welcome to the board eh. Good to see another crazy canuck here!

    Stevo
     
  3. maddartist

    maddartist New Member

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    thanx stevo

    thanx Stevo, Seen sum of you and Jills work over at LH....you da man!
    Thanx fer the welcome
    steve
     
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    THATgirl Very Active Member

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    HI Steve.....Welcome to signs101
     
  5. I.I

    I.I New Member

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    lol @ "anything for money"....
    .if this wasnt a sign forum ..your words would be dangerous...lol
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    welcome mad,....do you have any examples of your work..???
     
  6. Marlene

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    Welcome:Canada 2: I'm married to a guy from the great white north so I have a special affection for Canadians, glad to see another on the site.
     
  7. Fred Weiss

    Fred Weiss Merchant Member

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    Welcome to Signs 101 Steve.

    This place is definitely getting overrun with Canadians. I figure it's the time of year .... not much else to do when it's -40 degrees outside. But will we still see you in the summer? :Big Laugh
     
  8. maddartist

    maddartist New Member

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    thanx fer the welcome

    Thanx fer the welcome
    Ya Fred not much to do when its -50 vinyl wont stik to ice :help:
    I'll still be here in the summer...honest
    I posted some of my older work in the portfolio part.
    oh by the way thanx to Shovelhead's post on another message board,or i wouldnt have found here again :cool1:
    Steve
     
  9. Jon Aston

    Jon Aston Very Active Member

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    Welcome, Steve :Canada 2:


    Some of my favourite people are 'tobans!
     
  10. Baz

    Baz Very Active Member

    Welcome aboard Steve :Canada 2:
     
  11. Colin

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    Yo, Fred......it's not like that in all of Canada........I took this today.


    :cool:
     

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  12. jimdes

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    Welcome back Mad! I'm the same way, but I never registered before . . . I was a lurker when S101 disappeared for a little while.
     
  13. Fred Weiss

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    Where'd you take it from .... istockphoto.com? :biggrin:

    Or the local florist? :biggrin: :biggrin:

    Besides, isn't BC part of Washington state? Did they move it to Canada? :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:

    :Canada 2: :signs101: :unclesam:
     
  14. Dennis Raap

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    Hi Steve and welcome.
     
  15. arbys

    arbys Member

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    not much else to do when it's -40 degrees outside.

    I love having great fires in the forest in winter (I find it much more beautiful snowcovered) and drinking litres of beer and smokin grams of weed (pot gets you a fine here, not jailtime...unless you're cultivating/trafficking bigtime) and having a barbeque! Winter is gorgeous! The colder the better!!!! Although I'd love to go south for a week or so, I'd soon miss home (and work).
     
  16. arbys

    arbys Member

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    Now this is what I call a flag!!!! I'll salute to that!
     

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  17. Fred Weiss

    Fred Weiss Merchant Member

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    Now I understand why some of your posts are the way they are. :cool1:
     
  18. Dale Horn

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    Welcome Steve !

    Dura - FYI there's actually a specialty crop scientist researching hemp (non-recreational) in Saskatoon where I did graduate study work. I also worked for an entreprenuer who grows 1000's of acres of dwarf hemp for seed to crush into salad oil (has a nutty taste). The old varieties used to be 8 feet tall and it would be easy to get lost in there :rolleyes: On the flag :Canada: ??? :Big Laugh you're killing me.
     
  19. arbys

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    Well Dale, there's an Agricultural College a block from me and a few years ago they
    were growing different varieties of pot (inside tall fences) for the Canadian government
    (testing different strains to give terminal patients).

    Then there's that underground mine(what other kind is there?) in Flin Flon, Manitoba
    (a huge modern hydroponic facilty) that grows it for the guv'ment.

    It's crazy that hemp is illegal in the States because it has only trace amounts of THC, and it's such a beneficial crop. Its fibre can be used to make clothing and MDF and its oil can be burned in diesel engines(the diesel engine was originally designed to burn vegetable oil). Hey, Willie Nelson uses biodiesel in his tour buses! Willie's tha man!
     
  20. Dale Horn

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    DG - Last time I was at the U of M to give a presentation. Our hotel was above that stripper bar so the keg party ended up being pretty lively. There were some East Indian graduate students there (I didn't know they weren't allowed to be seen holding a womans hand until they're married) :Oops: Well it was all in the spirit of "education".

    Hemp jeans - I'm suprised how tough they are - they're quite comfortable and get soft like dress pants as they age . Maybe we have a crop here that won't be subsidized by the taxpayer :unclesam: :brittain: :Australia :Canada: . Wheat and canola have to go.

    Steve - man Winnipeg get's it's fair share of nasty winter weather ?
     
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