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can form a complete protein. A complete protein is one which contains all nine essential amino acids. When it comes to forming complete proteins, it can be hard work trying to find foods which complement each other. For this reason, there is a great site which allows you to examine the protein profile on thousands of foods. When viewing an item, there is even an option to view foods with complementary amino acids profiles.…Continue
Added by Natal Wlkin on August 14, 2018 at 8:37am — No Comments
or preserve muscle you should consume more than 1 gram per pound. Even so, the upper limit should be 1.4 grams per pound of body weight. Complete Proteins When planning your diet, it is important to take account of whether the protein is complete or not. Bread, for instance, contains protein but lacks certain amino acids. This means that it is "incomplete". However, by combining bread with other foods (such as beans, which contain the missing amino acids),…Continue
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You have to answer the following question. What is important to you about your vacuum cleaner purchase? Is it the amount you spend on your next vacuum, or is it what it will do for your cleaning tasks? What is the best, due to the…Continue
Added by Bobby Fletcher on July 25, 2018 at 8:27am — No Comments
Following that, you're expand onto it.
Attempt to remember the success of an essay depends upon the introduction. The idea of academic essay is too wide. Even though there are…Continue
Added by John Smith on July 18, 2018 at 11:27am — No Comments
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Sneeze-a-lot caught sleeping on the job again. This character is very much based on my job history. Practically, unemployable. That’s the real reason why I am a ventriloquist…Enjoy
Added by All Pro Puppets on September 3, 2015 at 12:05pm — No Comments
Well here is all my cast from this morning. I show first how I just mount my clay hand on 1/8 dowel and build it up just a little to make it cone shaped. Next I measure the side and front of the piece and add one inch to each side for strength. I cut out the foam cord board in the sizes needed. I then hot glue them making sure no gaps are in the seams and spray them with krylon to make sure they the silicon does not stick. I them glue the boxes to board again making sure…Continue
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I am writing to ask what material members of the Puppet Hub believe is best for producing a molded marionette head.
What I am up to - Labor Day Parade - my unofficial mascot (Freddie Fling - puppet avatar Oct 2014) joined me in the parade as "bucket shakers" - seeking donations for charity, sadly got rained on which kept the crowds small. Fun barking at people - can do that without mouth movement of my Real Self - and get an interesting reaction from many. Who says puppets need to only talk or sing. Idea from years back at a show for kids where vendors were selling "invisible dogs". Thought, would be so…Continue
Added by Fred Einsle on October 6, 2014 at 10:30pm — No Comments
It just dawned on me I never mentioned all of the past month of June at my regular blog I specifically had each week's post focus on puppets and related stories. There's a lot about the coming regional festival in Detroit including my workshop, but also stories and even a look at a show in the repertory of the Center for Puppetry Art in Georgia. True to blog format, it posts the most recent 1st, so I'd suggest going back to the start of June. It's at…Continue
Added by Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS) on July 13, 2014 at 7:26pm — No Comments
This only applies to U.S. puppeteers, but you still may find them a useful online resource if elsewhere. Go to the Freelancers Union site at <https://www.freelancersunion.org/benefits/> and put in your zip code to see what is currently available in your state. I was pleased especially to see a liability insurance is possible. For my area health is listed as "coming soon", while disability, term life, and retirement each have…Continue
Added by Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS) on June 24, 2014 at 7:02pm — No Comments
Catalysta seeks puppeteers for its new Web series, MunchCo Calling!
It’s the story of a corporate CEO whose life is struck by tragedy. On that terrible day, he vows to realign his company according to principles of sustainability and social responsibility. His name? Ralph Munch. The company? MunchCo. His breed? Shih-tzu/terrier mix.
Catalysta.org inspires millennials to pursue careers driven by passion and benefit to the common good. The website will re-launch on…
Added by Edward Goldberg on May 5, 2014 at 6:44pm — No Comments
Hello puppetry community, Please read the following:
From the Kukla Fran and Ollie Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/53962542633/
Posted by Mark Milano, the producer of the KFO DVDs:
So I have good news and bad news.
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We have a great line up so far for this summers festival. Tomorrow is the cut off for performance and workshop applications. But if you are not interested in performing an entire show, remember there are other opportunities like the Parade, Pottpourri and the Slam. For more information go to www.puppetjamboree.com Get your registration in and make your room reservations.
Added by Susan VandeWeghe on February 14, 2014 at 11:26am — No Comments
Lisa is not on Puptcrit and asked if I would send this to the list. Contact her for more details.
PUPPETEERS NEEDED IMMEDIATELY!
Puppeteer duo needed to complete National Tour of UNIMA award-winning production of "Aesop's Fables" by the Red Herring Puppets commencing Feb. 17 (preferably Feb. 10)
The tour is an average of 10-12 shows per week between mid-February through the end of May. Puppeteers are independent contractors and required to provide a van and pay their own…
Added by Susan VandeWeghe on January 29, 2014 at 5:13pm — No Comments
I just saw Alice in Wonderland by the Salzburg Marionette company, What a great show. I was amazing the sets, the puppets and special effects were wonderful. I able to get backstage, and what a great bunch of puppeteers the showed how it was all done. Wow. If you get the chance to see them, go you will be blown away.
Added by Daniel Dold on October 25, 2013 at 7:13pm — No Comments
Hi, this is Tami. I am new here. I have been developing a creative writing workshop for kids for the past two years. Unfortunately, I ran out of money to make my workshop extraordinary! I only have three Axtel puppets. I want an entire wardrobe of puppets/European marionettes and character costumes!
Does anyone know how to get funding or sponsorship for such an endeavor? Or, is anyone out there who wants to collaborate? I have a website…Continue