Feels so good

Posted on March 16, 2012 by Zane Krumanocker | 3 Comments

It feels so good to be productive.  Really, there is nothing that makes me happier then completing everything I set out to do in a day.  Sure, I wont be able to sleep until Sunday due to all the Redbull I just drank, but that's ok!

There's a lot going on over here at the Crabbers factory, AKA the basement and my miniature apartment.  In order to get ready for summer Melissa and I have reacquainted ourselves with our printing press.  I'll post some pictures tomorrow so you can see the functional chaos that's become my new office space .  For now printing these shirts have been fun, and relatively pain free.  However, I've kept the difficulty of the prints to a minimum until I feel more comfortable. 

I really can't wait to make our American Flag/CC Anchor remix shirt.  We already have the crispy white tees hanging in our closet just begging to be finished. They will be perfect for the July 4th Parade in Chatham MA this year. That being said, I want to extend an invitation to EVERYONE to join us in this 4th of July Parade.  Really, I want anyone and everyone to join us.  If everything goes as planned, this should be the 1 year pre-party for our wedding.  We'll have more details as it gets closer, but if you can, try to pencil in a couple vacation days so we can all have a crazy 4th! 


I'll end this post with a little survey.  Seeing as our new CC Anchor design has been so popular, we were thinking about expanding our color scheme.  Comment below with what colors you'd like to see together! We'll randomly choose someone to win a free flag shirt next Friday!  Enjoy the beautiful weather and we look forward to hearing your ideas!



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February 22, 2013

Air travel and sirtceuy reminds me of a time back in the 70s when I was involved in cosmetic chemistry. We sent a young chemist east to NYCto monitor the synthesis of sodium perborate, awhite powder used as an adjunct in permanent wave neutralizers. Part of the quality program involvedsaving an amount of each pre-batch in a small plastic bag with the batch #. On his return, he changed flights in Philadelphia. As he rushed tohis concourse, his suitcase flew open scatteringplastic bags of white powder hither and yon. In an instant, he was up against a wall with the words Freeze, sucker and drawn weapons. The alert police team leader snatched up a baggie, and despite our poor chemist’s assertions, placed a small amount on his tongue. Sodium perborateis hard on skin, but horrid on tongues, so theguy’s tongue started smoking. Our chemist returned later than scheduled, but he had a good story for us. Small wonder I left cosmetics for the safer field of initiating explosives!

Henrietta C. Patten
Henrietta C. Patten

April 17, 2012

These are impressive articles. Keep up the sunny handiwork.

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