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Episode 146: Pencils My Grandmother Had (with special guest Dave Tubman)

Released Thursday, 30th July 2020
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Tonight, we are time traveling: through three times zones and far into the past. Dave Tubman from Pencil Fodder joins us for a discussion of vintage pencils and maybe even how modern pencil manufacturers can learn from what older makers got right.
This episode is sponsored by Notegeist, an online purveyor of fine stationery. Through August 5, use the coupon code ERASABLE146 to save 10% off your order. For your order of $30 or more, you’ll get a free Unemployed Philosopher’s Guild notecard.

Show notes and links
Notegeist Online Stationery Shop
Erasable Patreon
Pencil Fodder
Work Notes - Endless Recorder
Write Notepads Lenore
Tombow Mono 100 ‘fashion’ blue cap model (HB)
Pentel Black Polymer 999 Alpha (HB)
Montblanc Meisterstück Le Petit Prince LeGrand Fou…
Montblanc Royal Blue ink
Anton Chekhov - Five Plays
Broadchurch season 1 (rewatching)
Lenox Hill
Ahmad Jamal Trio (street food, taste the nation)
Blackwing Era
Moleskine Two-Go
The Crown
A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor
The Poetry Home Repair Manual
Birds, Beasts and Relatives (Corfu trilogy #2)
The English Game
USCO 486 No. 2
Our Guest
Dave Tubman
Pencil Fodder
Your Hosts
Johnny Gamber
Pencil Revolution
Andy Welfle
Tim Wasem

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