It’s because so much of the process involves melting, distilling, and boiling to create an incredibly hot liquid. As you might guess, this process takes place at temperatures up to 1,100˚ F (600˚ C); as a result, most spray paint is a very hot paint.
The next time you see art, take a minute to think about the fire the artist used, and be surprised at just how hot (and sometimes scorching) some of its designs are.
It might surprise some of you that I am writing a column here today, but it was a hard decision because in a few weeks there will be a new governor, and, even worse, there could be a change from the current administration into a third term of one of the Democrats. So, it was a tough moment for me, but it was not one I was looking forward to at all. One would think I’d have learned by now that no matter how crazy the state budget process looks or how ridiculous the state policy is, the governor can still get an executive order into law.
The issue of a “bathroom bill” in North Carolina came to mind. Earlier this year, there was an executive order signed by the Republican majority in the North Carolina General Assembly, which made it illegal for someone to use a public restroom in a public building according to their birth sex. Not only does this do a lot of damage to transgender individuals, but it also hurts businesses and other businesses, businesses who need to spend money on hiring employees, and businesses in general that can suffer financially because of the cost of changing business patterns to accommodate transgender individuals. This would also cause jobs to be lost in the state. In my opinion, this is the opposite of the best way to run a state economy.
This executive order would have been extremely dangerous to the state, and so far the state seems to be moving in the direction the executive order would have taken. Last week, after North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory was criticized by Governor-Elect Roy Cooper for his policies regarding the bathrooms, state police raided and temporarily held a number of the business owners in the restrooms in Raleigh who are open businesses. North Carolina’s Attorney General, Roy Cooper, spoke out against this action saying, “There is no place for discrimination. North Carolina, like any other state, is made up of people from many backgrounds
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