Jan. 7, 2011 at 9:24pm
Think I Can... I think I can.... I think I can.
- buy a tarp
- buy a garden shredder
- design and build a muffler for my shop vacuum
- repair my spring punch
- install green roof on cabana
- keep bees on cabana green roof
- design and build a chicken tractor
- kill more lawn in the front yard (expand garden)
- learn to expertly sharpen saws and other hand tools
- build a folding sandwich board sign for frost park
- build a soap box 'speakers podium' for frost park guest rants
- design a secret 'real life super hero' identity for night time chalking
- finish pagoda flagstone patio
- Start work on Tacomic Book Volume II (using kickstarter)
- purchase orange boiler suit
- install roll-up garage door in museum
- install glass store-front entrance door in museum
- Hack grandpa's old hand-held camcorder onto mystery vortex CCTV
- Remove WSHM fence through sheer force of will
- Buy linoleum blocks for CLAW local money project with Beautiful Angle
- execute office of editor for GUEST STRIP theme CLAW zine
- produce a pilot episode for "Ask the New Takhoman" one man show w. John Hathaway
- produce a pilot episode for "LEARN 2 DRAW in 3D" secret city spoof for web
- deploy Tacomic Book Vol 001
--- Comic Book Ink?
--- UW Bookstore ?
- Develop system for product placement in Tacomics
- Plant more blueberry bushes
- Make a ukulele
- make preserved & cultured foods
- make a still
- Locate HFW with global coordinates
- Set up a weather station
- Learn to sew/knit
- Make a ring from a silver coin
- Build a rolling penny press
- re-theme "Tacomic" pinball machine
- Build a Treehouse in the giant azalea bush
- repair broken oscilloscope
- produce a xeroxed punk rock poster campaign
- produce a parody chick tract zine about abstinence
comments  | posted under artist, DIY, goals, tacoma, to doComments
by Dave_L on 1/7/2011 @ 10:17pm
|Thanks. At this moment I am making my own list by mixing-and-matching interesting words from several of your above resolutions. I know someone who can help on #27. And #5. And #29. I particularly like 11, 12, 22, & 25.|
by NineInchNachos on 1/7/2011 @ 10:27pm
|Do you think Amocat would be interested in hosting an evening with the New Takhoman? I'm seeing it as Tacoma's version of Ask Dr. Hal www.askdrhal.com/|
by wildcelticrose on 1/7/2011 @ 10:39pm
|if you learn to knit, you can attend my "stitch and bitch" sessions...|
by NineInchNachos on 1/7/2011 @ 10:46pm
|40. Learn the secret lost art of Neon signs|
by Erik on 1/8/2011 @ 2:21am
|Dude: Start on Tacomic Book Vol 002. |
"Remove WSHM fence through sheer force of will"
One can dream!
by scout on 1/17/2011 @ 1:45pm
Pass local ordinance that married males over 45-years-old, living and or working in downtown Tacoma are forbidden to address each other as "Dude".
Higher fines to be assessed when term is used to address females, especially when used to converse with relatives, specifically their wives.
Are you listening Marty?... DUDE, Hubbykins, can you hear me?
by NineInchNachos on 1/17/2011 @ 2:10pm
by Dave_L on 1/17/2011 @ 3:27pm
I'm happy hearing more from Scout again.
by NineInchNachos on 1/20/2011 @ 1:38pm
|42. start carving Hobo Nickels
(and exhibit in museum)
by The Jinxmedic on 1/20/2011 @ 2:19pm
|Steve Adams' Hobo Nickels are pretty darned awesome, actually. You could ask him for pointers!|
by NineInchNachos on 1/20/2011 @ 3:21pm
by The Jinxmedic on 1/20/2011 @ 3:29pm
|Cool, hunh? If you want to start on Hobo Nickels, Steve would be happy to talk with you, since you are co-workers and all.|
by NineInchNachos on 1/20/2011 @ 4:33pm
|must.. find graving tools! I already started hacking pennies I didn't know you call that art form 'hobo pennies' ye gods!|
by The Jinxmedic on 1/20/2011 @ 5:12pm
|Nickels are used because they are thick, and are a homogenous material throughout. Pennies are thin, and (at least after mid-1982) are copper-plated zinc. Generally, you leave the year of the coin showing. on the obverse.|
by NineInchNachos on 2/27/2011 @ 8:37pm
|I think I figured out a new exhibit for the museum...
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