1/15/22 - Pottery for Sale - It's the Hook that Brings You Back

It doesn't matter what I say.

So long as you cling to a perception that makes you feel I'll convey some hidden truth to a vast collection, what I've said (nothing so far) doesn’t matter.

I’ll let you think what you want to think, and I can keep it up for as long as it takes, and it don't matter who you are. If I'm doing my job then it's your resolve that breaks.

Because the Hook, the best selection of pottery at the best prices in Colorado, brings you back.

I ain't tellin' you no lie. The Hook brings you back. Buy two or more items and get a discount; on that you can rely.

There is something uh, miss; pots like this are only found on the weekends in North Denver. I am being Ian, sincere. I’m only available Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. until further notice. Message me if you’d like to be here:

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You perceived all these pots were free. In fact I don't mean any of this. Still my confession draws you near. To confuse the issue I refer, though familiar to store heroes from long ago, no matter how much Peter would love to hear otherwise, these items cost currency, you know?

What made the man choose to grow was that Hook, called low, low prices, and it brings you back.

I ain't tellin' you no lie.

Terracotta pottery $1 to $35. Glazed ceramic planters $10 to $125.

The Hook brings you back.

House plants $10 - $45 pretty much. On that you can rely.

<< Harmonica interlude >>

Since I’m spittin' off like I'm John Popper, it's only proper you skip up the i-25, Rin Tin Tin, 15 mins. Don't stop her Anne, Bo, or Lynn. Make a disparate move, for health, you’ll win, and then begin to see what we’re doing, jargon, pottery, this property is not for free (but my breaks can be).

It's so PC it's killing me, so desperately I sing to thee:

Greeley plant of love, Centennial planter, sure, but also of Loveland cactus rage and Superior yard sale hate and Louisville hiking pain and fear of self cement Boulder planters. And I can't keep these feelings on the philodendron plant stand shelf, I’ve tried to grow aloe by myself. No, Aurora gardens, in fact I lied. Fort Collins gardening could be financial suicide, but Denver garden holder, I’ve too much pride, jargon, pottery inside. Castle Rock succulent to hide, or slide Broomfield cacti, Commerce City succulents I'll do as I'll decide and let it ride, Federal Heights, until I've died. And only then shall I abide this Wheat Ridge garage sale tide of catchy little monstera tunes, of hip three minute vegetable box diddys. I wanna bust all your balloons Arvada pottery, I wanna burn red clay. All your cities, Colorado, green greenhouse, ceramic ceramics, to the ground. Longmont plants I've found will not mess around unless a Littleton running I play, then hey, I will go on fishing all day. Hear what I say, Lakewood gardener, I have a prayer to pray for stoneware and porcelain and a Golden estate sale. That's really all this was: Erie climbing. And when I'm feeling stuck and need a buck for Westminster pots, I don't rely on luck because the Hook, terracotta a stone’s throw from Thronton, brings you back.

Northglenn, I ain't tellin' you no lie. The Hoooooook, Brighton, on that you can rely.

*** Suck it in, suck it in, suck it in ***

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