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16CommentsSan Martin de los Andes, Neuquen, ArgentinaJoined March 29th, 2009
As I indicated in interest, I am extremely curious and am interested in everything. I like work with hands, .walking, cycling, reading, listening to music, camping, writing, preparing homemade liqueurs, photography, electronics, geology its a endless list... You name it...
  • calistoar commented on Igioteno's instructable No Borax or Starch Flubber/slime/putty8 months ago
    No Borax or Starch Flubber/slime/putty

    Hi, rickharris!! it's all ,good!!!. my comment was only a clarification. Sure, borax or boric acid is practically the same for the purposes of your instructable. your instructable is very good, what matters is the result and the intention. In my country, it's the same, borax is very easy to find, but boric acid is not so common. Best regards!!

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  • calistoar commented on Gabriel_S_PL's instructable Frozen Sea Water Console1 year ago
    Frozen Sea Water Console

    Nice table, Gabriel!!. Good work!!!. And you somehow covered the open ends of the square ( oh, well, rectangular...) steel pipe?

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  • calistoar commented on Moem's instructable Killer Bee2 years ago
  • calistoar commented on Moem's instructable Killer Bee2 years ago
    Killer Bee

    I just take the second shot of this liquor (I finish doing a month ago, according to your excellent recipe) and really was very, very good. I made a lot of 6 bottles but my friends and family, become robbed me or drank !, and there was only for me (obviously, hidden...). Thanks for your generous recipe. I must say, Moem, which slightly modified your recipe. Yes, mea culpa !. But you should try how well it is with the addition of 1, yes!, only 1 drop of vanilla extract per bottle. The next test will be the addition of a very small slice of vanilla pod (far better than synthetic!) And extra caution to keep the lot in a safe, HaHa!. Try it , Moem. I baptized my concoction: Yellow Jacket (is an exotic wasp that invaded the Patagonia about 35 years ago with a very painful sting, Scientific n...

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    I just take the second shot of this liquor (I finish doing a month ago, according to your excellent recipe) and really was very, very good. I made a lot of 6 bottles but my friends and family, become robbed me or drank !, and there was only for me (obviously, hidden...). Thanks for your generous recipe. I must say, Moem, which slightly modified your recipe. Yes, mea culpa !. But you should try how well it is with the addition of 1, yes!, only 1 drop of vanilla extract per bottle. The next test will be the addition of a very small slice of vanilla pod (far better than synthetic!) And extra caution to keep the lot in a safe, HaHa!. Try it , Moem. I baptized my concoction: Yellow Jacket (is an exotic wasp that invaded the Patagonia about 35 years ago with a very painful sting, Scientific name: Vespula germanica, see picture). Sorry, but I can not send a picture of the label that I did. Finally, a suggestion for manufacturers of vodka that you used, it would change the name, maybe I could be ... let's see, uh ... I know !: Russivan (the Soviets are already demodeé) Ha ha !. I send you big hug from Patagonia Argentina. Thanks again!PS: I also like cycling and here there are many beautiful landscapes to go, I never get tired of doing it.

    Hey, I just saw that Butterworth did something similar, well, that's the idea. A whole vanilla pod sounds like a bit much (without removing the good of the idea). Best regards and a hug to both. :)

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