Toolmaker wrote:The day you start calling yerself an agripunk is the day that you have officially spent too much time on brassgoggles.
pinemom wrote:... that rusty bucket of a tractor'tiller in gramma's back 40...
Your bringing it to life...
Teo del Fuego wrote:I think Steam Punk has about run its course at least for me. I brought my fabulous steampunk cruiser to the playa this year only to have it, on the first day, covered in thick white playa dust which obscured its brass and UV LED glories. Same was true for my Steampunk Bar. I think I'm headed off on a Buck Rogers- George Jetson tack.
theCryptofishist wrote:Come on, "Victorian" is legitemately understood to be English. Was she ruling Germany? Nevada? India? Chi--wait, scrap the last two. Nineteenth Century is a possible work around.
One persons steampunk is another persons "what in the hell is that?".
Dusza Beben wrote:
True, but in the case of steampunk I find that the term Victorian is often used as shorthand for the time period not as a empire and scope defining
ultimatum for the genre. In fact it is very difficult to get two steampunks to agree on the timespan of steampunk, some stop at 1901 and others consider the end of WW1 to be the terminus. All of this is just platitude though as I find steampunk to be extremely open to individual interpretation. One persons steampunk is another persons "what in the hell is that?".
Check out this dude's awesome air guns.
Captain Goddammit wrote:Call me kooky... but...
The only thing that bothers me about the old hit'n'miss engine on the Contraption is that it isn't powerful enough.
LeChatNoir wrote:The manual says that as long as you keep water in it, it'll be fine, regardless of the boiling rate.
unjonharley wrote:Just a thought.. I put a spoon in my morning coffee to cool it.. Baffels that come above the top of the tank.. They could be art punked
How much dirt got into the cooling tank over the BM week?
but otherwise the engine temp would be 212 F tops.
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