Thursday, 28 January 2010

-m3Ta1 3tCh+

Over on SMART CREW's blog they tell you how to make one of those metal etch mops. Yummy!
Ive copied and pasted their whole post for your enjoyment.

"Example of metal etch being used on some sheets of aluminum:"

"Some awesome footage that we have been holding onto for a few years. Now that this stuff is no longer really a "secret" anymore, we can feel free to share it with you. Before going any further, please read the safety precautions below CAREFULLY!

WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE THIS CHEMICAL MIXTURE INDOORS (unless area is properly ventilated) THE FUMES CREATED WHEN MIXED WITH METAL ARE TOXIC! When handling the mixture, rubber gloves, safety goggles and a respirator are highly recommended!

You will need the following
- 70% solution of Chloric Triphosphorus (in liquid form)
- Plastic container and a metal pot that the plastic container could fit in *optional
- A standard 12 V, 40 Ah Lead-acid car battery *optional
- Rubber gloves, safety goggles, respirator, apron (recommended)
- A plastic mop with tons of extra tips
- Some heavy duty garbage bags (contractor types work fine)
- Roll of paper towels

Lay out some of the garbage bags in your work area and have a bunch of paper towels ready. In case of an accident, DO NOT dump this mixture down your drain as it will RUIN your metal pipes. Just soak it all up w/ paper towel and dispose of in garbage bag. You can actually use that 70% (you can even use a higher %, but it really makes no difference) solution of Chloric Triphosphorus in your mop directly but it won't give you that rust effect on the metal that forms the next day.

To get that rust effect, you need to get that battery acid involved. I won't go into detail about how to get the acid out of the car battery (I believe it can be used/un-used although I'm not 100% sure) but you can figure that out yourself. You only need about a 90% (Chloric Triphosphorus) / 10% (Battery Acid) mixture. Adding too much battery acid will actually weaken the effect. Pour the mixture into the plastic container and then submerge the plastic container into a pot of boiling water to heat it up. DO NOT pour the mixture directly into the metal pot for obvious reasons. Let it cool and dump the mixture into a mop. This mixture works on all types of metals w/ different effects on different types (of metal.)"

more mk ultra material (mark chapman) - JDS r.i.p

hey Big Reflector

big up delete08 thnx for the flick -

Tuesday, 26 January 2010

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Thursday, 21 January 2010

reeeeeeeeee launch!!!

high roller

big up a man like 33!

Bs Coming with BC in

36 secs BC ****WATCH*****

blat clocks

cheers to sam n dave




thinking of our owlie on his journey south

twit twhooo - happy flying from the crew x

Sunday, 17 January 2010

the face (cheers sam great as usual)

heads up

stones sunday special

tip toes

there's always somebody worse off...

backin tha day

thanks for the fotos jake. wicked NY foto stream from jake dobkin -

Sunday, 10 January 2010

a new dawn

great foto from jake's great NY stream -

kick it out

big cats in dalston

John Sinclair performs "The Crossroads", his poem about Tommy Johnson (not Robert) who is said to have acquired his mojo when he met a dark stranger at the Crossroads at midnight.

John was the visionary manager of the MC5 who founded the White Panthers when the Black Panthers called for support from the white population. Having caught the eye of the authorities, he was arrested for giving — not selling — two joints to an undercover cop, and served two and a half years of a draconian ten year prison sentence. John Lennon wrote a song about him (it's the one called "John Sinclair"), and a number of luminaries (including Stevie Wonder, Yoko Ono, Bob Seger, Allen Ginsberg, Abbie Hoffman and Bobby Seale) campaigned for his release which happened days after Lennon headlined a benefit Free John Now Rally.

He now lives and works in Amsterdam.

John is accompanied by Charles Shaar Murray on resonator guitar and Buffalo Bill Smith on harmonica. Recorded by Madam Miaow at the Café OTO in Dalston, North London, Saturday 14th March 2009.

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