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    I was cooking huevos rancheros, and I burned another pan. Quick, how do I make it spotless again?
     
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    I silkscreened t-shirts at Pacific Impressions in 1984 and worked on a table like the one in this video. It was a very fun job, and I also "caught" (catcher) the t-shirts on an automated machine, making sure to keep the tack on the pallet, so the following shirts (placed on the pallet by the feeder) would be flat and print well. I do not know if I have ever done anything that fun, although you had to be real quick and get those t-shirts on the conveyor belt to go through the oven to cure the ink. My main responsibility was to make the screens and keep them clean.

    Welcome to Pacific Impressions

     

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