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The new year!

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Hey Clay people!

 

Does anyone have any clay related new year's resolutions? Mine is to use my respiratior, I am really bad at that. My non clay related resolution is to be more happy, to laugh more, to goof of at formal events, to use that fart machine my cousin got me, and all the other things that make life wonderfull. To start off I am going to tell some really bad jokes:

 

 

*"Did you hear about the morton salt girl and the energiser bunny?"............They where arrested for assault and battery!

 

*"Did you hear about the kidnapping aacross the street?"..............He woke up!

 

 

Happy new years everyone!

 

Darrel

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My new years resolution is to revamp my garage which is my workspace. The one car garage has never had a car in it and is a storage disaster! I'm going to purchase new shelving and epoxy the floor with income tax money this year!

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I need to change the direction of my work away from fine detail oriented work. I have started to have trouble with my vision and working on detailed work seems to make it worse. I have been to the specialist and they think my Multiple Sclerosis is affecting my optic nerve. Nothing can be done I just have to adapt to it, I consider myself lucky that I haven't had and any major visions issues up to now. I'll just keep on truckin!

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My new years resolution is to revamp my garage which is my workspace. The one car garage has never had a car in it and is a storage disaster! I'm going to purchase new shelving and epoxy the floor with income tax money this year!

 

Instead of epoxying with money, why don't you take that money and buy a sheet of linoleum?

TJR

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