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East or West.

I'm not able to cancel orders for them anyway.

Dual boot.

Always that slim chance of hosing someone else's computer.

Connecting.

Little things like this are why I love connecting with people. And you can check out my Vintage toy YouTube Channel here  https://www.youtube.com/@thepopcultureroadshow

My vintage toy collection is getting outta hand

From my vintage vlog: While I look for a tiny little Garfield toy from the 1980s I realize that my bins of loose action figures are getting outta hand. I need to do something about them someday. Check out more vintage things! I have another website called The Pop-Culture Roadshow where I geek out over a lot of the history and artwork of the vintage and pop-culture items I collect. Check it out here https://www.thepopcultureroadshow.com

Laptop full.

It's mainly videos I've edited and used already but I feel weird deleting them.

Quartet.

I don't know why I tip-toe around like a baby is sleeping when they're playing.

The smells of spring.

Our Madison lakes do not smell good.

Standing.

It was an open area between two old warehouses.

Drew Sternitzky: Mr Hugh's History comics - Tom Ray's Art Podcast

Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS On this podcast episode, I meet Drew Sternitzky . Drew is an artist living in Wisconsin who draws a comic called Mr. Hugh’s History. It's a weekly comic strip about events big and small that have shaped our collective history. And it's also available now in a new book! Links Mr. Hugh's History on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mrhughshistory 📙 Get my webcomic book "Then This Happened... Going outside again" now on Amazon as an ebook or paperback 📬 Join my email list to get a call out for artists when I'm booking interviews!  Join my email list

Self checkout.

Not really sure why the person didn't just ring me up themself.

Stretching.

Has he been doing it for an hour and a half or is he back and doing it again? 

Trash can.

That was it. Then they walked away.

Doctor visit.

Oddly enough my blood pressure was fine. So the meds still work it seems.

Stephen Gilpin: Cartoonist and illustrator - Tom Ray's Art Podcast

Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS On this podcast episode, I meet Stephen Gilpin . Stephen Gilpin has been working professionally as an illustrator since 2001. He’s illustrated numerous picture books, chapter books, graphic novels, and illustrations for a host of clients including Disney/Hyperion, Simon and Schuster, Harper, MacMillan, Scholastic, and others. Since 2016 he's done a regular comic strip page for Scout Life (Boys' Life) Magazine.  We talk about how Stephen is currently trying to break out with his own comic ideas these days and trying to set their own path. Links Stephen Gilpin's website https://sgilpin.com Stephen Gilpin on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sparkgilpin 📙 Get my webcomic book "Then This Happened... Going outside again" now on Amazon as an ebook or paperback 📬 Join my email list to get a call out for artists when I'm booking interviews! Join my email list

Basketball court.

Must be f@%ing nice.

Weather.

Hopefully, I didn't just jinx it. 

Ship faster.

It was really difficult to respond without seeming rude.

Midi melody.

I wasn't even really paying attention to what I programmed for the synth and liked it better.

Ziplock.

He was pretty happy about it.

Joseph Iorio: Painter - Tom Ray's Art Podcast

Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS On this podcast episode, I meet Joseph Iorio . Joseph is an artist living in New Jersey. Joseph had pursued art in the past but somehow it got away from him. Then a few years ago he found inspiration again and started painting again and working on getting his pieces out there and even showing them in galleries. We find out how he has been going through the steps to restart his art career. Links Joseph Iorio on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ioriojoseph 📬 Join my email list to get a call out for artists when I'm booking interviews! Join my email list

At first.

It's all small bits for a bigger project I'm working on and makes me hesitant after each small bit is done. 

Audiobook.

I'm not making a number one hit anytime soon though.

Open trunks.

Nobody has reported any thefts so I don't think it's that at least.

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