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Monday, November 15, 2004

I know I'm slow about adding new prints to the Prints for Sale section; and if the truth be known, and it will be, some prints have disappeared from the section while I've been re-doing them in digital format.

But now, my plan to cover the world with images is kicking into high gear and I have added two more prints to the Prints for Sale section.  One just from a day or so ago, and one from several years ago. (Water Dance; and Tree and Path).

At any rate, I'm getting more comfortable with what I can achieve with my current setup, and plan to put up some more new things, hopefully in time for the Holidays (which was part of my original game plan that I'm falling behind on already).

Orders have continued to come in at the rate of one or two a day, and I've been busy matting and dropping things off at Fedex.  I also have one big notecard order to do.  The thing about the notecards, is - no matter how easy you make it for yourself - and this is about as easy as it gets - they still take the most time to produce compared to the amount of money they net you.  I guess that's why 95% of notecards are still done the old-fashioned way: offset printing.

7:04:33 PM    

As far as the Park Avenue Train viaduct goes, here is a bit of brilliant  wordplay from the Marx Brothers in the film Coconuts:

Groucho
You're a peach, boy! Now, here is a little peninsula, and here is a viaduct leading over to the mainland.
Chico
Why a duck?
Groucho
I'm all right. How are you? I say here is a little peninsula, and here's a viaduct leading over to the mainland.
Chico
All right. Why a duck?
Groucho
I'm not playing Ask-Me-Another. I say, that's a viaduct.
Chico
All right. Why a duck? Why a why a duck? Why a no chicken?

9:57:18 AM