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A Schon Pen Made Just For Our Inky Enablawyer?


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He needs to get a better Teleprompter, so his eyes don't keep straying off to the side while he reads his script. 

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36 minutes ago, Paul-in-SF said:

He needs to get a better Teleprompter, so his eyes don't keep straying off to the side while he reads his script. 

:) I was more focused on the little ghost on the pen.

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OH MY Thank you for thinking of me!  I love it!

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7 hours ago, amberleadavis said:

OH MY Thank you for thinking of me!  I love it!

:) Gladly!  Knew you'd like it.

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I find the Schon DSGN artwork to be excellent!!  There's a lot of attention to detail in the way the pens are made and the artwork that comes with the pens.  The little Ghost icon is fabulous.

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I don't know which I like better -- the design on the pen or the description  "Inky Enablawyer"

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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3 hours ago, inkstainedruth said:

I don't know which I like better -- the design on the pen or the description  "Inky Enablawyer"

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

 

My dear friend, @Sinistral1 came up with the description.  

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On 10/20/2021 at 10:26 PM, amberleadavis said:

OH MY Thank you for thinking of me!  I love it!

OK, utterly unrelated except for the little ghostie, but I had to show you this (sorry, no idea if he sells them):

 

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OMG -- this video is AWESOME.  My husband has done a little bit of blacksmithing, including taking a couple of classes at Old Sturbridge Village when we lived in Massachusetts.  He enjoyed the first one so much that he scheduled a special class and treated his siblings and a couple of friends to it for Christmas presents to all of them one year.

Unfortunately his shoulder can't handle the hammering at this point, and the friend who taught him a lot had a major debilitating stroke a couple of years ago.  

I just wish the video had descriptions of the various methods and materials (especially the later part when the guy is doing the lining and the part with the eyes).  Not sure what the guy is using to line the ghostie.  He's got some sort of plastic inside the eyes and mouth, and uses battery votive candles to light the eyes and mouth up.

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"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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40 minutes ago, inkstainedruth said:

this video is AWESOME.

:D He's one of my favorites on YT.  Great videos every time.

 

40 minutes ago, inkstainedruth said:

Not sure what the guy is using to line the ghostie.  He's got some sort of plastic inside the eyes and mouth

He shows the plastic he uses for the eyes and mouth - it's just a bit cut from a disposable plastic container - see 7:55 - which he softens with hot water before shaping.  He's pretty good about answering questions in the comments, if you want to ask. :)

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5 minutes ago, LizEF said:

:D He's one of my favorites on YT.  Great videos every time.

 

He shows the plastic he uses for the eyes and mouth - it's just a bit cut from a disposable plastic container - see 7:55 - which he softens with hot water before shaping.  He's pretty good about answering questions in the comments, if you want to ask. :)

Thanks.  I forwarded the YT link to my husband because I think he'd be amused even though he hasn't done any blacksmithing for several years (and mostly did it at our friend's house anyway).  And because he's had a really crummy week at work (too many zoom meetings and not enough time to do any actual work, plus had to go into the office today for some stupee ribbon-cutting ceremony that he wasn't interested in, because his boss's boss was in town from Chicago).  And it's pouring rain and he had to leave the house at about 8:30 AM -- right in the thick of morning rush hour.  (He likes what he's doing but is now looking at FB posts from a friend who just got a job recently at a place that designs and writes the software for drones, and which treats Joe way better than Joe's previous horrible company -- the guy is has a problem with anxiety disorders to begin with and he's just rocking the new job where he's treated with respect.  Plus another friend of my husband's ALSO works there.  I'm just thinking that my husband wouldn't like the commute....  At least his current job is only about a 20 minute drive on the few occasions he has to go into the office (he got hired just as the world went into lockdown and has worked from home for a year and a half...).

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"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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On 10/28/2021 at 8:52 PM, LizEF said:

OK, utterly unrelated except for the little ghostie, but I had to show you this (sorry, no idea if he sells them):

 

 

I love this.

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