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AKR38. Chinese people will get this.
I emphatically agree with everything in this post and I'm going to end up repeating a lot of what has been said.   On the topic of alternative models, I think the best alternative that you mentioned, are loans between community members. The roadblock on this model arises from the practical concerns in regards to trust, which is why it might always be stuck between tight-knit social circles. Trust is something that is hard to deal with as a community, because there will...
Although he does not have options outside of Japan on his order form, to my knowledge he has been more than willing to do international orders for quite some time, just PM or email him (it's a less formal process). I did so around September of last year. Metalboy from Sweden got his a while ago. Tomscy2000 has a pair of RedGiants sent to him out for reshell but I don't know if he has them yet. I should have some in my hands as soon as Canada Post comes back from the...
Mixing acrylic with some highlights to get that classic lacquered look...   Or just cut out the gold leaves off of something like this sheet and inlay it (less of a focus on that lacquered look and more on the maki-e design itself)
Do you ask those questions because you don't know the answer to them, or are you just being facetious? ...Who am I kidding? You'd have to have subtlety to be facetious.
Are you sure you didn't just go into these accounts and post those yourself?
I haven't tried a lot of Middle Eastern food. I'd like to now.   I'm seeing a general consensus that sticks of meat are better than balls of meat. I'm sure there's some innuendo in there somewhere but I can't be bothered to go the subtle route.   http://www.buzzfeed.com/bigcrush/20-bestworst-foods-on-a-stick
Mr. K has always been doing a lot of work on raden, but lately I've been seeing a lot of designs along the lines of the ones in the middle row.   For those unfamiliar with raden, it is essentially inlaying cut pieces of seashell into a desired surface material. People usually recognize them from a lot of the traditional vase and other mosaics, and pen fanatics might recognize them from Nakaya and Namiki (Pilot) designs.
Have not been doing a great job of updating the thread, and apologies for that.   So here we go - http://canalworks.jp/tiny/news.php?pid=jiq6lahv Canalworks releases the CW-L71 and CW-L71PSTS.   People might be familiar with the PSTS through the L-51 - i.e. tunable through resistors.
Which country do you folks reckon do meatballs the best? 
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