(Answer) It’s hard to answer the question “should I scratch my rosin?” If you decide that you don’t want to use your rosin as much or as frequently, you can simply dry the rosin completely before using, or you can apply an extremely light dusting of the rosin. If the amount of rosin that you apply dries out of your hand before you want to use the rosin in a piece of art, then if you don’t want to use rosin at all and just want to leave dry rosin, then a light dusting of the rosin can be applied using a cotton brush and a small amount of water. If the amount of dry rosin that you apply dries out before you want to use in a piece of art then you can use less water and just apply as much or as little dusting as you like. But be careful not to apply more than one grain of the dried rosin to your art. Use only one grain if you are using one piece of art, and only one grain if you are using a whole painting. And be careful not to apply it to a piece of art that you do not want to use as often. For example, if you are using a piece of art and want to use the rosin for a little while, and then you are not happy with the results that the rosin produced, you can simply leave the dried rosin behind and go back and apply another little bit more dry rosin to your art. In this case both the dried rosin and the more dry rosin would have been used up before you got it right the first time. In some cases it can be helpful to apply a small amount of dry rosin to your art by applying a little bit or by spraying it over the part you want to use. When in doubt, it can be helpful to read the entire instructions first or get someone who is experienced with using the rosin to examine the piece.
A group of female Republican strategists in an unprecedented effort to break through to female voters — and help defeat the GOP’s presidential nominee — made an embarrassing gaffe in a debate Thursday over who was better for health care: President Barack Obama, or Mitt Romney.
During the discussion, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) said Obama has failed by not doing more to make healthcare more affordable and expanding health coverage for Americans.
Republican strategist Sally Kohn shot back, saying she thought Republicans who had made statements similar to