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Handbuild Teapot - Part 1

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The sense of danger the audience feels as he fires a pneumatic nail gun at his hand is mostly the product of the spiel he delivers while doing it; in fact, the gun won't fire into a soft surface. “I'm a Little Teapot,” in which Penn appears to

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You used to have to enter the Marquis Theatre, that abattoir of an auditorium inside the Marriott Marquis hotel, via a series of Plexiglas-encased escalators and cattle chutes that primed you for a terrible fate. Its two most recent tenants were Il Divo — A Musical Affair , featuring one more tenor than the usually sufficient three, and The Illusionists — Witness the Impossible , featuring seven more magicians than the usually sufficient none. So I was not expecting much from Penn & Teller on Broadway , the second Broadway offering from Penn Jillette (the tall one) and Raymond Teller (the silent one, who rarely uses his first name). I had not seen the pair live since their downtown days in the early 1980s. Back then, they were anti-hucksters, demystifying the hokum of magic acts while turning their own into a kind of avant-garde performance art. ) Since then, I knew, they had gone somewhat mainstream, appearing frequently on television, touring widely in bigger and bigger houses, and, since 2001, taking up residence at the Rio Hotel and Casino, in Paradise, Nevada. I feared that in the process they might have become part of the tradition they had once undermined, or just another bloated entertainment entity renting a Broadway house for six weeks to burnish the brand before returning to the desert. But no, Penn & Teller are still, in the best sense, up to their old tricks. In fact, their Broadway playlist consists mostly of highlights from previous shows. Some, the more “poetic” illusions, are naturally Teller’s specialties, performed solo (or with an audience volunteer) and in silence. In “Shadows,” he cuts at the projected silhouette of a rose with scissors, but the leaves of the real rose fall off. In “East Indian Needle Mystery,” a version of a Houdini classic, he appears to swallow 50 needles and a length of thread, then produce the thread from his mouth with the needles now strung on it like tinsel. His variation on the classic “Miser’s Dream” — the pulling-coins-out-of-thin-air illusion — involves live goldfish. And in the especially lovely “Invisible Thread,” he coaxes a red balloon to do tricks, such as creeping toward him from a distance and jumping through a hoop. Penn blusters onstage to end the trick by cutting the filament that makes it possible. That’s Penn’s role in general. in part because of his size, and of course the fact that he speaks, he’s the barker to Teller’s nebbish, the Hardy to his Laurel. The classics that are more recognizably Penn-like often involve both dread and debunking, and the odd fact that the latter does not diminish the former. In his version of sawing a lovely assistant in half, he demonstrates the workings of the trick apparatus, including the fail-safe that prevents a giant circular saw from getting near Georgie Bernasek’s body. (When the fail-safe nevertheless fails, we get a comically grisly denouement. ) In a tribute to freak shows, he explains in great detail why fire-eating is not a trick but a stunt, then makes it beautiful anyway. The sense of danger the audience feels as he fires a pneumatic nail gun at his hand is mostly the product of the spiel he delivers while doing it. in fact, the gun won’t fire into a soft surface. Eventually you come to realize that his tricks are mostly spiel, which is a fascinating theatrical notion, even if the spiels occasionally sound a bit overrehearsed and are laced with diatribes against flimflammery that seem a bit disingenuous at... ) A detour into a denunciation of the TSA — an airport scanner is brought onstage for a demonstration of its essential uselessness — comes across as petulant in an otherwise purely comic evening. He and Teller, both libertarians, may be usefully skeptical about conspiracies and pseudoscience, but are perhaps less usefully so about gun-control laws. On the other hand, some of their newer tricks are not, or not yet, as solid as the older ones. “I’m a Little Teapot,” in which Penn appears to levitate Teller, tipping him over so that tea comes pouring from one sleeve, is adorable but sloppy. “One-Minute Egg,” in which Teller reconstitutes an egg after cracking it apart, doesn’t quite pay off (despite live video projections) in the 1,600-seat barn. and a bit that’s built up as the climax of the show — in which Penn.

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Cool Touch Electric Water Kettle by Secura (Black) 1.8Qt / 1.7L 1500W 8-Temp

Cool Touch Electric Water Kettle by Secura (Black) 1.8Qt / 1.7L 1500W 8-Temp


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Quick boil button, 8 temperature settings, & a 4-hour keep warm function make this electric kettle the best choice for brewing a flavorful cup of coffee in your french press enjoying perfectly steeped tea from your teapot or heating water for cooking FDA-approved, 304 food grade, seamless Stainless steel interior with a 1.7L/ 1.8Q capacity (over 7 cups) - Cool Touch exterior, 100 BPA-free, featuring double wall construction that keeps your hands cool, saves energy & gives you fresh tasting water Heating element and temperature controls manufactured by Strix Technology - the leading maker of kettle components - built for performance, durability & safety - giving you quiet, worry-free, & dependable use for years to come Sure grip lid locks securely in place & spout lock keeps water from rushing out if knocked over (to avoid pressure build-up, some leaking is possible) & built-in free floating steam release valve lets pressure out as needed (stopper can be heard moving inside lid this is normal & ensures it's working properly) 2 Year Manufacturer's Limited Warranty - Specs: 120 volts, 60 hertz, 1500 watts of heating power - ETL Certified and built to North American Electrical Standards Cool Touch Electric Water Kettle 1.7 liter (1.8 Quart) by Secura Blending Function, Quality, & Design in everything we make! Function Quick boil button heats 7 cups of water to a rolling boil in minutes 8 preset temp settings for all your needs: 100°F - Warm water 140°F - Hot water 160°F - Delicate tea 175°F - Green tea 185°F - White tea 190°F - Oolong tea 200°F - Instant coffee 212°F - Black tea Keep warm function so the water is ready to pour for up to 4 hours Built-in safe lock spout button lets steam escape as needed plus only a small amount of water will spill if tipped or knocked over Quality Built with Strix kettle components - World leader in kettle technology - known for unrivaled quality & highest safety standards Powerful 1500 watt heating...


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Large Oval Hand Built Teapot. Previously textured tapered sections were joined with plain clay rectangles to form the body of this large teapot.

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Hand Built Blue Teapot, Steve Irvine

Hand Built Blue Teapot, Steve Irvine
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Hand-built Teapot

Hand-built Teapot
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Handbuilt Ceramics
Handbuilt Ceramics
Published by Lark Books 2015
ISBN 1579901840,9781579901844
160 pages

Provides an introduction to clay and pottery, plus instructions for eight projects using various methods, such as a basic pot, a coiled planter, and a slip-cast pitcher.

500 Teapots
500 Teapots
Published by Lark Books 2015
ISBN 157990341X,9781579903411
416 pages

Showcases five hundred creative teapots, from wheel-thrown to handbuilt, crafted in a variety of styles and artistic traditions.

Cooking recipes

Delicious in a Flash/You Have It All on Hand Salad Dressing
Ingredients:black pepper, dill weed, garlic powder, mayonnaise, pickle juice, sugar

I'm a Little Teapot Tea
Ingredients:club soda, lemonade, lime juice, sugar, water

Teapot Cake
Ingredients:pound cake, food coloring, frosting, food coloring

A Well‐Built Chicken Stock
Ingredients:chicken, yellow onions, celery, carrot, parsley, thyme, tarragon, garlic, black pepper, bay leaves, kosher salt

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The Stanford Prison Experiment’ Review: Real-Life Study Gone Wrong Makes for Gripping Drama
07/15/15, via TheWrap

The excellent music by Andrew Hewitt (“The Double,” “The Brass Teapot ... to be made a criminal but gets to be a guard, and then sinks into his role as comfortably as if it were a pair of fur-lined jackboots, riffing on “Cool Hand Luke ...

Hagenauer went modern during Art Nouveau
07/13/15, via Tyler Morning Telegraph

Many small tabletop groups were made in the 1920s through the early 1950s ... The company specialized in “Brown Betty”-style teapots in dark brown or black that are hand painted or have drippy or sponged decoration. By 1960, R.C.A.P. had become ...

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Adler’s Brigitte chair resembles a big comfy hand. You can have it in a spectrum of tasty hues ... s available in accent pieces like a high-gloss serve tray, a fun little teapot, a knitted pouf and a quilted pillow. There’s a bar stool, patio umbrella ...


A teapot is a vessel used for steeping tea leaves or an herbal mix in boiling or near-boiling water, and for serving the resulting infusion which is called tea. Dry tea may be available either in tea bags or as loose tea, in which case a tea infuser or tea strainer may be of some assistance, either to hold the leaves as they steep or to catch the leaves inside the teapot when the tea is poured. Teapots usually have an opening with a lid at their top, where the dry tea and hot water are added, a handle for holding by hand and a spout through which the tea is served. Some teapots have a strainer built-in on the inner edge of the spout. A small hole in the lid is necessary for air access inside to stop the spout from dripping and splashing when tea is poured. In modern times, a thermal cover called a tea cosy may be used to enhance the steeping or to prevent the contents of the teapot from cooling too rapidly. Courtesy - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teapot

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Hand-built Teapot. "Seahorses". Olive Green Background. Patricia Lazar
Hand-built Teapot. "Seahorses". Olive Green Background. Patricia Lazar

Hand-built functional teapot "Seahorses" Dimensions: 6" wide x 10" high x approx. 4 1/4" deep Description: This teapot is, indeed, odd looking, standing securely on three legs! The long circular section stands on the squarish bottom section (only the top part gets filled with water). It is decorated with kind of an olive green background, with limey green seahorses incised and painted, surrounded by orangy-brown seaweeds. The spout widens dramatically at the tip, showing off the bright yellow glaze which fills the inside of the pot. It actually pours very well, but cannot contain much water, so it can be used perhaps for other liquids, or stand on its own as a delightfully funky sculpture!

Photo by Patricia Lazar : Ceramic Art : Teapots : Pet Paint

2007 - Day 113 - This England
2007 - Day 113 - This England

It's quite a big day for England. We celebrate our Patron Saint day and our (and arguably the world's) greatest writer's birth and death. If there is one passage from all of Shakespeare's work that should be used on this day it is John of Gaunt's speech in Richard II. This royal throne of kings, this scepter'd isle, This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars, This other Eden, demi-paradise, This fortress built by Nature for herself Against infection and the hand of war, This happy breed of men, this little world, This precious stone set in the silver sea, Which serves it in the office of a wall, Or as a moat defensive to a house, Against the envy of less happier lands, This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England. Really the back drop to this scene should be the white cliffs or the lake district, one of the great moors lands would be nice too, any rolling countryside vista, not our kitchen wall. But we have to make do and the heart of an English home has to be the...

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