Hi. For the first time in 29 years of teaching, a student opened our drawing storage folder to find chewing gum stuck to his drawing. (I live a sheltered professional life.) Soooo, putting it in the freezer didn't make it easier to remove. Any magic ideas? The drawing is in prismacolor pencils. Thanks.
As I write this, I feel guilty once again for coming to you good folks mostly when I need assistance. But in my own defense, last weekend I composed a perfectly wonderful contribution to one of the threads -- and lo, when I clicked send, Java informed me that it had taken me too long to write it, and my 'time was up.' Not having the sense to save it first, I clicked around a bit and promptly lost the whole epistle. Thus, you are doomed to carry on without my insights. Affectionately, J.
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