Old 03-18-20, 01:52 PM
Spaghetti Legs 
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Oddly enough, I've sold way more parts over the past few days than I have in a long time so my PayPal slush fund is bigger than normal (usually zero). I'm not a regular parts seller but a couple of parts loitering on ebay sold and I happened to have a few items for WTB's on another site. That being said, other than some Silca pump parts I bought today, not much motivation for major projects even though I have a couple of frames begging for attention. I've been tinkering on some lingering minor projects in the shop using parts on hand. I am in health care, so, for good or ill, I don't have to worry about my job although my thoughts have turned to possibility of disability on a more regular basis recently. I think it's prudent in general now to hold off on spending otherwise disposable cash for the next few weeks. Hard to go on a spending spree when you see 25% of your retirement funds evaporate.
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