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Said construction was gonna be done in June!? - Tom Ray's Day 201128

I was told I was only briefly going to be kicked out of my train car studio space while they dug a new basement for a restaurant next door. That was over a year ago. This video is after a meeting we had in the spring where we were told construction was almost done and we should be back by June. 

At the time of editing this video, it is now well into the winter and nothing had changed yet and we don't know when it will.

Also, I look at some of the retro/vintage items I sold from my online business today. More vintage pop-culture items available in my eBay Store https://ebay.to/2vMYStC

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

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. You can subscribe to these videos on my YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/tmray


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