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Bailey Jay, Ether, and Facebook: <p><a href="http://alpacamyhedgehog.tumblr.com/post/167256053210/eliciaforever-beyoursledgehammer" class="tumblr_blog">alpacamyhedgehog</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://eliciaforever.tumblr.com/post/167254527487/beyoursledgehammer-steampunktendencies-a" class="tumblr_blog">eliciaforever</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://beyoursledgehammer.tumblr.com/post/167253949696/steampunktendencies-a-remarkable-jacobean" class="tumblr_blog">beyoursledgehammer</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://steampunktendencies.tumblr.com/post/167245295603/a-remarkable-jacobean-re-emergence-after-200-years" class="tumblr_blog">steampunktendencies</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>A remarkable Jacobean re-emergence after 200 years of yellowing varnish <br/>Courtesy <a href="https://twitter.com/philipmould">Philip Mould</a><br/></p></blockquote> <p>PAINT RESTORATION OF MESMERIZING</p> </blockquote> <p>I saw this on Twitter. He’s using acetone, but a cellulose ether has been added to make it into a gel (probably Klucel—this entire gel mixture is sometimes just called Klucel by restorers, but Klucel is specifically the stuff that makes the gel). </p> <p>Normally, acetone is too volatile for restoration, but when it’s a gel, it becomes very stable and a) stays on top of the porous surface of the painting, and b) won’t evaporate. So it can eat up the varnish.</p> <p>It looks scary, but acetone has no effect on oils, and jelly acetone is even less interactive with the surface of the paint or canvas.</p> </blockquote> <p><a href="http://www.rmg.co.uk/see-do/we-recommend/attractions/armada-portrait-elizabeth-i?utm_source=facebook&amp;utm_medium=promoted&amp;utm_campaign=armada&amp;utm_content=30secfilm">They did something similar with the Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I recently</a></p> </blockquote> <p>This is super satisfying.</p>
Bailey Jay, Ether, and Facebook: <p><a href="http://alpacamyhedgehog.tumblr.com/post/167256053210/eliciaforever-beyoursledgehammer" class="tumblr_blog">alpacamyhedgehog</a>:</p>
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<p><a href="http://eliciaforever.tumblr.com/post/167254527487/beyoursledgehammer-steampunktendencies-a" class="tumblr_blog">eliciaforever</a>:</p>
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<p><a href="http://beyoursledgehammer.tumblr.com/post/167253949696/steampunktendencies-a-remarkable-jacobean" class="tumblr_blog">beyoursledgehammer</a>:</p>
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<p><a href="http://steampunktendencies.tumblr.com/post/167245295603/a-remarkable-jacobean-re-emergence-after-200-years" class="tumblr_blog">steampunktendencies</a>:</p>
<blockquote><p>A remarkable Jacobean re-emergence after 200 years of yellowing varnish <br/>Courtesy <a href="https://twitter.com/philipmould">Philip Mould</a><br/></p></blockquote>

<p>PAINT RESTORATION OF MESMERIZING</p>
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<p>I saw this on Twitter. He’s using acetone, but a cellulose ether has been added to make it into a gel (probably Klucel—this entire gel mixture is sometimes just called Klucel by restorers, but Klucel is specifically the stuff that makes the gel). </p>
<p>Normally, acetone is too volatile for restoration, but when it’s a gel, it becomes very stable and a) stays on top of the porous surface of the painting, and b) won’t evaporate. So it can eat up the varnish.</p>
<p>It looks scary, but acetone has no effect on oils, and jelly acetone is even less interactive with the surface of the paint or canvas.</p>
</blockquote>
<p><a href="http://www.rmg.co.uk/see-do/we-recommend/attractions/armada-portrait-elizabeth-i?utm_source=facebook&amp;utm_medium=promoted&amp;utm_campaign=armada&amp;utm_content=30secfilm">They did something similar with the Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I recently</a></p>
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<p>This is super satisfying.</p>

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Children, Energy, and Friends: isa @isabelchequer Follow yea okay i was bullied too but he shot me so like whats ur poinft Bradenton Herald@bradentonherald School shooter was volatile, ostracized and 'bullied a lot,' classmates and friends say ift.tt/2sAqpw3 12:33 PM-18 Feb 2018 systlin: wolfnanaki: tami-taylors-hair: These Florida kids are not fucking around.  The kids’ response to the shooting has been something truly incredible. Normally, it’s always been very young children and it’s only their parents that can speak about it. The narrative gets controlled, the conspiracy theorists talk about how it’s all an act, so much bullshit. But these are kids who are active on social media, incredibly close to voting age, and they’re demanding their voices are heard. Every single thing that downplays, dismisses or conspiracies the shooting has been subverted by their efforts, and they’re not letting adults who’ve never lived what they lived through control the narrative. “It was a conspiracy!” “No, we have video evidence of it happening.” “Shouldn’t you be calling 911 instead of making videos?” “We called 911 so many times they told us to stop.” “But he was a troubled child!” “We were ALL troubled, that’s no excuse.” And it just goes on like this. Honestly, I’m so proud of my fellow Floridians. I said to my husband the other day that “This one feels different”, referring to this precisely.  The whole energy around it feels different. These kids are not having this bullshit, and while they should not have to stand their ground and fight this battle, goddamn it they are going to. If the adults won’t, then goddamn it these kids will draw a fucking line and say ‘no, no more, this is bullshit’.  I don’t know what it means, or how it will play out long term. But there’s a sense around this whole tragedy that this one is different, and I hope, maybe, that means some actual change will come. 
Children, Energy, and Friends: isa
 @isabelchequer
 Follow
 yea okay i was bullied too but he shot me so
 like whats ur poinft
 Bradenton Herald@bradentonherald
 School shooter was volatile, ostracized and 'bullied a lot,' classmates and friends say
 ift.tt/2sAqpw3
 12:33 PM-18 Feb 2018
systlin:

wolfnanaki:

tami-taylors-hair:
These Florida kids are not fucking around. 
The kids’ response to the shooting has been something truly incredible.
Normally, it’s always been very young children and it’s only their parents that can speak about it. The narrative gets controlled, the conspiracy theorists talk about how it’s all an act, so much bullshit.
But these are kids who are active on social media, incredibly close to voting age, and they’re demanding their voices are heard. Every single thing that downplays, dismisses or conspiracies the shooting has been subverted by their efforts, and they’re not letting adults who’ve never lived what they lived through control the narrative.
“It was a conspiracy!” “No, we have video evidence of it happening.” “Shouldn’t you be calling 911 instead of making videos?” “We called 911 so many times they told us to stop.” “But he was a troubled child!” “We were ALL troubled, that’s no excuse.” And it just goes on like this.

Honestly, I’m so proud of my fellow Floridians.



I said to my husband the other day that “This one feels different”, referring to this precisely. 
The whole energy around it feels different. These kids are not having this bullshit, and while they should not have to stand their ground and fight this battle, goddamn it they are going to. If the adults won’t, then goddamn it these kids will draw a fucking line and say ‘no, no more, this is bullshit’. 
I don’t know what it means, or how it will play out long term. But there’s a sense around this whole tragedy that this one is different, and I hope, maybe, that means some actual change will come. 

systlin: wolfnanaki: tami-taylors-hair: These Florida kids are not fucking around.  The kids’ response to the shooting has been something ...

Children, Energy, and Friends: isa @isabelchequer Follow yea okay i was bullied too but he shot me so like whats ur poinft Bradenton Herald@bradentonherald School shooter was volatile, ostracized and 'bullied a lot,' classmates and friends say ift.tt/2sAqpw3 12:33 PM-18 Feb 2018 systlin: wolfnanaki: tami-taylors-hair: These Florida kids are not fucking around.  The kids’ response to the shooting has been something truly incredible. Normally, it’s always been very young children and it’s only their parents that can speak about it. The narrative gets controlled, the conspiracy theorists talk about how it’s all an act, so much bullshit. But these are kids who are active on social media, incredibly close to voting age, and they’re demanding their voices are heard. Every single thing that downplays, dismisses or conspiracies the shooting has been subverted by their efforts, and they’re not letting adults who’ve never lived what they lived through control the narrative. “It was a conspiracy!” “No, we have video evidence of it happening.” “Shouldn’t you be calling 911 instead of making videos?” “We called 911 so many times they told us to stop.” “But he was a troubled child!” “We were ALL troubled, that’s no excuse.” And it just goes on like this. Honestly, I’m so proud of my fellow Floridians. I said to my husband the other day that “This one feels different”, referring to this precisely.  The whole energy around it feels different. These kids are not having this bullshit, and while they should not have to stand their ground and fight this battle, goddamn it they are going to. If the adults won’t, then goddamn it these kids will draw a fucking line and say ‘no, no more, this is bullshit’.  I don’t know what it means, or how it will play out long term. But there’s a sense around this whole tragedy that this one is different, and I hope, maybe, that means some actual change will come.  I was bullied relentlessly in middle school and I was only able to avoid it by going to a small, artistic high school. That bullying left me with qualities about myself that I wish I did not have, but will probably never be fixed. But I would never wish harm against those who bullied me. I would never wish them dead and most who have been bullied feel the same way. So stop grasping for straws here and just admit that guns do not belong in some (most) people’s hands
Children, Energy, and Friends: isa
 @isabelchequer
 Follow
 yea okay i was bullied too but he shot me so
 like whats ur poinft
 Bradenton Herald@bradentonherald
 School shooter was volatile, ostracized and 'bullied a lot,' classmates and friends say
 ift.tt/2sAqpw3
 12:33 PM-18 Feb 2018
systlin:
wolfnanaki:

tami-taylors-hair:
These Florida kids are not fucking around. 
The kids’ response to the shooting has been something truly incredible.
Normally, it’s always been very young children and it’s only their parents that can speak about it. The narrative gets controlled, the conspiracy theorists talk about how it’s all an act, so much bullshit.
But these are kids who are active on social media, incredibly close to voting age, and they’re demanding their voices are heard. Every single thing that downplays, dismisses or conspiracies the shooting has been subverted by their efforts, and they’re not letting adults who’ve never lived what they lived through control the narrative.
“It was a conspiracy!” “No, we have video evidence of it happening.” “Shouldn’t you be calling 911 instead of making videos?” “We called 911 so many times they told us to stop.” “But he was a troubled child!” “We were ALL troubled, that’s no excuse.” And it just goes on like this.

Honestly, I’m so proud of my fellow Floridians.



I said to my husband the other day that “This one feels different”, referring to this precisely. 
The whole energy around it feels different. These kids are not having this bullshit, and while they should not have to stand their ground and fight this battle, goddamn it they are going to. If the adults won’t, then goddamn it these kids will draw a fucking line and say ‘no, no more, this is bullshit’. 
I don’t know what it means, or how it will play out long term. But there’s a sense around this whole tragedy that this one is different, and I hope, maybe, that means some actual change will come. 

I was bullied relentlessly in middle school and I was only able to avoid it by going to a small, artistic high school. That bullying left me with qualities about myself that I wish I did not have, but will probably never be fixed. But I would never wish harm against those who bullied me. I would never wish them dead and most who have been bullied feel the same way. So stop grasping for straws here and just admit that guns do not belong in some (most) people’s hands

systlin: wolfnanaki: tami-taylors-hair: These Florida kids are not fucking around.  The kids’ response to the shooting has been something t...