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TWP36: Creating In Germany with Laura Kampf

This week we are joined with Laura Kampf of Germany. She’s a creator of many things with a unique and creative video style. Be sure to check out her work at laurakampf.com. Also, subscribe to Laura on YouTube.

Thank you to the following Patreon contributors

  • Michael Gillitzer
  • Devin Richter
  • Jim Jardine
  • Byron younce
  • Damon Chance
  • Mike Rohlinger
  • Michael Homer
  • Cole Bouchard
  • Alicia Bramlett
  • Ainslee Portlock
  • Pinder Industries
  • Love & Renovations
  • David Lightman
  • Phil Edwards
  • Leatherneck Garage
  • Brodie Brickey
  • Jeff Ferguson
  • John Lamar
  • Scott A McWilliams
  • Terry Mulligan
  • David Moffitt
  • Chris Capistran
  • JM Tosses
  • Jameson Elam
  • Chris Stokesmore
  • Jason Adamczyk
  • Modern Builds
  • Don Chesser
  • ddmMADE
  • Hives Manawatu
  • Walrus
  • Frank Tippin
  • Ron Klaiss
  • Tom Pritchard
  • Caleb Harris
  • Dixie Trapper
  • Andrew P Tucker
  • Michael Couch
  • Steve Nelson
  • Justin Shields
  • Jim Beshears
  • Martin Wegner
  • Clement Brizard
  • John Wilson
  • Steve Mills
  • Darren Pruitt
  • Matt Parker
  • Robert O. Davis
  • Kyle Veatch
  • Frederick McIntyre
  • Page Bonifaci
  • Terry Burns-Dyson
  • Christopher Copes
  • Saint Nicster

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1 Comment

  1. Andy

    Just a bit of feedback on April’s comments about metric in the UK. Imperial measures haven’t been taught in UK schools since the 1960s. Most people that are still working with imperial probably date themselves to that period.

    Everything has to be sold in metric here (although the imperial equivalent can appear alongside in labelling). The only exceptions to this have been things related to expense or safety, and afaik are limited to road signs, land sales and alcohol.

    I was brought up with metric in the UK and use it everyday, my parents weren’t and use imperial. So, like you say, it is what you are used to…

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