Brian Haviland on fri 10 sep 04
is everyone as busy as i am...)
I had a plate "claypot" That i had up until the end of last year (had a cop
take a picture of
it because he could not believe the state let POT on my plate) Maybe he
thought i was a
dope dealer......NOT>>>> Anyway now it is "CLAYART" and people ask me if
I'm a potter
everywhere i go now...Its a great conversation starter in traffic
jams..I'll post a picture and
put it on my shutter fly site with pot pics. see ya.
At 12:05 PM 9/9/04 -0400, you wrote:
>Billie's post struck a chord with me I guess.
>By the way, my current New York State license plate proudly reads...
>"CLAYART" :::grin::: Billie, I too was surprised that it had not already
>by someone when I submitted it to the motor vehicle department... guess we
>got lucky! So, if you see an SUV in Baltimore at next year's NCECA that has a
>NY license plate that reads "CLAYART" on it... you'll know it's me. :-) Honk
>and say "hello"!!!
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