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    Default Re: STOLEN GEAR LISTINGS - If it's too good to be true...

    " PUTTIN THE WORD OUT TO ALL GLASSBLOWE​RS: Freeman Corbins studio was robbed in Eugene last night. Several kilns, torches, color, regulators​, finished pieces....​.Everythin​g. Please spread the word! Keep an eye out for his stuff"


    Copied this from yinzers Facebook.


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    Goddamn, that's bullshit! I couldn't sleep last night cause it was too hot, so the dog and I stayed up and got safety broken (well, I did) and watched videos from the essential lampworking series. I was just wondering how he was doing. Not what i was hoping to hear.
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    I don't know him, but I figured Na is a good trustworthy source so I posted it here as well. Totally sucks. And what balls to haul out kilns and everything.


    Aymie

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    Yeah, sounds like they cleaned out the ENTIRE shop, like moving truck and a crew style.

    Someone knows something. And that amount of equipment is hard to move.
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    Default Re: STOLEN GEAR LISTINGS - If it's too good to be true...

    you have to be a real lowlife piece of shit to steal a persons means of putting food on the table.

    i fucking hate thieves.

    i hope they find the fuckers, melt thier balls off with the torch and then stuff them in a kiln for a full anneal cycle.
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    Holy shit! That's my co-workers cousin. Damn I really hope he finds the scumbag that did that.
    Laugh hard, it's a long way to the bank.

    experiments with thermodynamics:
    http://www.talkglass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=35157

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    Quote Originally Posted by 331 stroker View Post
    you have to be a real lowlife piece of shit to steal a persons means of putting food on the table.

    i fucking hate thieves.

    i hope they find the fuckers, melt thier balls off with the torch and then stuff them in a kiln for a full anneal cycle.
    The shop where i learned got robbed almost once a year. it sucked to have all of your work (and future paychecks) dissapear in an instant, but I couldnt imagine how violated i would feel if someone came into my home shop and took not only finished glass but my supplies. Someone broke into my truck around thanksgiving and took $4500 wholesale of glass and it crushed my soul for about 2 months. when they go to the extent of stealing color and tools....... either they are glassblowers who can/will use it, or are just out for serious revenge. the amount of hassle to sell stolen color by the lb.....

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    Default Re: STOLEN GEAR LISTINGS - If it's too good to be true...

    should post what it was kiln wise if it was a specific style. you find one peice might get to the bottom.
    it burns it burns!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icarus View Post
    Goddamn, that's bullshit! I couldn't sleep last night cause it was too hot, so the dog and I stayed up and got safety broken (well, I did) and watched videos from the essential lampworking series. I was just wondering how he was doing. Not what i was hoping to hear.
    Has nothing to do with the thread, but nice fortune cookies. Those were fun to click for a few minutes.

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    Default Re: STOLEN GEAR LISTINGS - If it's too good to be true...

    A CC and bunch of tools just showed up on Seattle Cragslist for $700.
    If it isn't yours please don't buy it but if it is let me know so I don't.

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    Default Re: STOLEN GEAR LISTINGS - If it's too good to be true...

    Quote Originally Posted by yourhighness View Post
    Has nothing to do with the thread, but nice fortune cookies. Those were fun to click for a few minutes.
    ...what do you mean? Freeman IS essential lamp working, but you knew that right?

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    Default Re: STOLEN GEAR LISTINGS - If it's too good to be true...

    Is there someone who knows this guy who can call him and see what all was stolen?


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    Default Re: STOLEN GEAR LISTINGS - If it's too good to be true...

    I'll talk to my buddy.....he knows him
    Laugh hard, it's a long way to the bank.

    experiments with thermodynamics:
    http://www.talkglass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=35157

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    Default Re: STOLEN GEAR LISTINGS - If it's too good to be true...

    I think more glass blowers need to drive pick up trucks and have NRA stickers to make some fuckers think twice. If you shoot em in the back just make sure to roll em over and shoot em in the front if they are taking off with your torch

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    Default Re: STOLEN GEAR LISTINGS - If it's too good to be true...

    Quote Originally Posted by yourhighness View Post
    Has nothing to do with the thread, but nice fortune cookies. Those were fun to click for a few minutes.
    Well the guy who made those videos is who got robbed...

    here is a list of what was stolen.
    kik LTD.lukethedrifter
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    Standard TCB $300
    Add by pass $340
    Add stage $590
    add stage with bypass $630

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    Default Re: STOLEN GEAR LISTINGS - If it's too good to be true...

    Jesus that's horrible. Please tell me he had insurance.
    Laugh hard, it's a long way to the bank.

    experiments with thermodynamics:
    http://www.talkglass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=35157

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    Quote Originally Posted by G.L.McBead View Post
    A CC and bunch of tools just showed up on Seattle Cragslist for $700.
    If it isn't yours please don't buy it but if it is let me know so I don't.
    http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/art/2503088399.html

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    Default Re: STOLEN GEAR LISTINGS - If it's too good to be true...

    Quote Originally Posted by yourhighness View Post
    Sketchy, cheap as hell... Seems too good to be true. Someone in the area should set up a meet and get pics of the gear...
    kik LTD.lukethedrifter
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    Default Re: STOLEN GEAR LISTINGS - If it's too good to be true...

    I'm setting up a meeting,will need to know soon so I know if I buy or call cops.
    I have ph# so that should be enough to bust if stolen.
    let me know if this sounds like part of someones stuff.
    G.

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    Default Re: STOLEN GEAR LISTINGS - If it's too good to be true...

    make sure and get the serial number on the torch, and pics of the rest of the gear
    kik LTD.lukethedrifter
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