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Patrick Hughes

Alien Anal Probe, Alien Mind Control Reflecting Helmet and Dogs Playing Poker Shirt

Original Owner: 
corqmaker
Alien Probe
Alien Probe
Rosalie wearing the tin foil hat
Dogs Playing Poker Shirt

Patrick's story about the Alien Anal Probe, Alien Mind Control Reflecting Helmet and Dogs Playing Poker Shirt:

The story of the Alien Anal Probe…

I had an insane dream a few years ago that can only be explained as unexplainable…

Patrick Trades me Time Machine Parts and Tiny, Landscape Painted on a Pill for Scary Clown Painting

Close-up of Patrick's 'Dog's Playing Poker' shirt. I'm jealous.
Close-up of Patrick's 'Dog's Playing Poker' shirt. I'm jealous.
Me & Patrick doin' a bARTer Sauce trade

Patrick came by First Thursday with his wife Tina.

Actually, he dropped her off with the Time Machine Parts in front of the studio and she did much of the negotiation ("Are there any guys in here who can carry these Time Machine Parts? They're heavy!") while he circled the block many times looking for parking.

Time Machine Parts (Motors, Relays and a Zombie Killing Device)

Original Owner: 
corqmaker
Time Machine Parts
Time Machine Parts
Time Machine Parts
Time Machine Parts

Patrick's Story about the Time Machine Parts:

I have two boxes of industrial relays and motors and other gizmos from my failed time machine. (The machine actually worked, but I was counting on a "Back To The Future" effect and instead arrived via the "Terminator" effect. Needless to say, I was ill-prepared for world domination being bare-assed naked). They are worth quite a bit and may be usefull in some sort of mechanized display. Or you could use them for a time machine again, but beware the Terminator effect.

Tiny Landscape Painted on a Pill

Original Owner: 
corqmaker
Landscape Painted on a Pill

Patrick traded me a box of time machine parts along with this tiny, landscape painted on a pill.

Read Patrick's story about the Time Machine Parts.

Instead of making him tell me two stories with his trade, I just forced him to answer a series of my inane "interview questions."

Q. How the hell do you paint on pills?

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