Rubbing Alcohol

cut to 50%

Anyone else notice that rubbing alcohol has been cut back to 50%?
The stuff just doesn’t taste the same anymore

We really are in a depression.
Lot’s of states have stopped selling 190 proof white lightning as well.
On the bright side - there is plenty of info on the net for making
your own distilled product. And several books.

http://www.amazon.com/Secrets…sim_b_2

Come on America - lets get ****faced.

Some rubbing alcohols contain oils and are not suitable for cleaning tape heads.
In the UK we now have to sign for for isopropyl.

Quote: (TonyR @ Apr. 02 2010, 2:00 PM)

Some rubbing alcohols contain oils and are not suitable for cleaning tape heads.
In the UK we now have to sign for for isopropyl.

Darn that's tight monitoring. What are they afraid you'll do with it? Clear your ears of wax?
That's what I'm using it for, for the most part.
Quote: (sevenOfeleven @ Apr. 02 2010, 1:29 PM)

Lot's of states have stopped selling 190 proof white lightning as well
On the bright side - there is plenty of info on the net for making
your own distilled product. And several books.

http://www.amazon.com/Secrets....sim_b_2

Come on America - lets get ****faced.

:laugh:

I have found 70% isoproppyl.
That appears to be the standard around here…
I normally get about 500 mils of it and that lasts me several years…
I’ll chack the next time I’m out-and-about…


50% …

???
:p
Yea might as well P**S in a jug and use that…
:laugh:





Bill…

The local Rite Aid has it as 50%, 70% and 90%, all at the same price – got some for $0.50 a few weeks ago on special – pretty cheap by why higher than the $0.10 I used to pay.

Different stuff for different stuff. Some has all kinds of goo in it to prevent drying of skin and to induce massive barfing. That goo is terrible for tape heads and may be worse on rubber parts.

:agree:

I’m glad to hear that phoo, that made me think. I live in a dry county!

I prefer playing with acetone. It’s all natural.

:cool: I'd like to move
Quote: (phoo @ Apr. 02 2010, 9:02 PM)

I prefer playing with acetone. It's all natural.

"THE ACETONES"

Hi Levi and All:

What a great photo…
:agree:
:laugh: Does anyone know the keyboard guy that plays on all the Blues Stages, in and around and up-and-down the Mississippi River area?
His last name is Hudson…
OoHh
I remember…
Garth…
Garth Hudson…
Is that who this guy is ????
If you don’t use Garth as the second Keyboard Player on your Blues Stage, somehow you’re missin the Boat…
Anyway, it sort of looks like him…
The last guy gettin on the Train…
Carrin too much dope…
in his backpac…
but he sure knows how to color-the-blues…
I’ve got some beautiful DVD Blues Concert clips here where Garth is playing on some pretty big stages…
When it comes time for Garth to come “Out Front” and Do His Stuff, it looks like He knew exactly what he was gonna PLAY, ALL-OF-A-SUDDEN, nOTHIN COMES FROM HIS PART OF THE STAGE…
AND EVERYONE LAUGHS AND KEEPS ON GOIN…
:laugh:

Garth Hudson…






Bill…

http://www.garthhudson.com/

…ine of the most well-known unknowns in history…

(that’s a quote from phoo)

I saw the Band in Detroit, 1969 :agree: That was all natural

Thanks phoo:

This guy has a knack of finding all the holes in “Noise” and fills them in with the proper “Notes”…
:p
:laugh:
I have a DVD video with him playing as the second/third keys on a Ronnie Hawkins Stage (his 60th Birthday) in Toronto at Massey Hall… I don’t know the year…




Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Levon Helmon, among others was on that stage, that night…
There was a three-man Brass section there that blew the socks right off the people, back to the fifth row…
:)
:p
:laugh:



If you like Blues…
that was the concert, to be at…
What a beautiful Concert, it was…





Bill…

Quote: (phoo @ Apr. 03 2010, 12:15 PM)

http://www.garthhudson.com/

...ine of the most well-known unknowns in history...

(that's a quote from phoo)

:whistle:
:)
:handshake:

Somehow... I think you know that guy.. hehe..

Bill..