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They were digging up the parking lot by my train car - Tom Ray's Day 200926

Stopping by the train car I've had for over a year now. Because of construction on the building next to it we were forced out of it a month after moving in. So we go by a couple of times a week to see if anything changes. This time it turns out the parking lot is being torn up. Other than that no real changes.

Then I go back home to take a look at the pop-culture and vintage retro toys and things I sold online today.

Plus, at the end of the video, I draw my daily autobiographical webcomic.

More vintage pop-culture items available in my eBay Store
https://ebay.to/2vMYStC

Visit my YouTube channel for more
https://www.youtube.com/tmray

This is a video of my daily life since I decided to sell collectibles and pop-culture items I collect on eBay to help support my art career instead of taking on freelance work.

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Finished an animated project.

I did the drawings in kind of an old black and white mystery monster movie.