Aww, I wanted a job. Denis Dodson <coocoo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: Not selling gas, in fact I was extremely happy to learn that the tanks that were there were above ground and hauled away many years ago. No EPA problems, thank you. ----- Original Message ----- From: Mark Sawyer To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2005 9:03 AM Subject: [tcb] Re: Ten Days to Psychobilly I will send you the artwork for the t-shirts sometime today I hope. Just for everyones approval. I do have a running tally of who wants shirts but if any one else thinks that I'm doing extras just to have will be wrong. Let me know by Friday at the latest or you won't be getting one. Oh, you bought a gas station, when did you start wearing a turban. Denis Dodson <coocoo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: Anybody have any new news on attendees? Can we get a T-shirt progress report? I don't know if anybody actually kept track of the orders, as if they were orders. I think it's like 5 large, 20 xl, 10 xxl 2 xxxl and 2 xxxxl. As the party gets closer, God is having his fun with me. Yesterday I needed to fix the door to the dishwasher because it was not closing properly, hitting on the wood of the frame. Well, after phone calls, two times completely pulling it out and re-installing it I finally found a loose screw in a hinge. Of course it was a torx screw so let's find one of those screw driver tips. OK bend a piece of metal out of the way, use your knee as a fulcrum with the stick pushing the bottom of the door up, tighten the screw, bend the metal back and...DONE. And it only took a little over three hours. THREE FREAKIN' HOURS! God, please let me work on my bus. OK, as soon as you move Jan's classroom, put another support under the treehouse as a redundant safety system, clear out the garage and move your tools of the hill to the old gas station you bought...ARRGH!