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Re: [midgetsprite] Top Gear

To: Bill Gilroy <wmgilroy@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [midgetsprite] Top Gear
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 22:12:39 -0800
Cc: midgetsprite@yahoogroups.com, spridgets@autox.team.net
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Not "tracing guy" and certainly do not consider myself an artist. I am 
designer however. I do consultant work in site planning & community 
design for architects, developers & engineers. Was finishing a colored 
illustrative site plan for apartment project that was due Friday morning.

After 30 years of experience I can stay inside the lines most of the 
time. Coloring is the fun part of work - fairly mindless, so watching TV 
or drinking wine is easy to do at same time. Plus the added benefit of 
getting "high" from the fumes of the color markers.

Good shows last night. They showed my all-time dream car - early '60s 
Jaguar Mark II. Now if I could only afford one -- unless someone on list 
has one he/she wants to give away? : )

Jim Rogers
San Juan Capistrano, CA

Bill Gilroy wrote:

> All right, since no one else asked I'll do it. 
> Do you stay inside the lines?  Can I get a job coloring?  As a kid I 
> mostly stayed inside the lines.  I gotta know, some type of an artist, 
> or the "tracing guy" from "Chasing Amy"?
> Bill
> On 2/10/06, Jim Rogers <jarplanner@cox.net 
> <mailto:jarplanner@cox.net>> wrote:
>     Duncan
>     Thanks for the heads up.
>     I moved my work downstairs and watched all 4 episodes while I was
>     coloring.

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