3/19/22 - Cash is Clay - Come Buy All This Terracotta - It Can't Possibly Be Beat

I'm young.

I'm handsome.

I'm fast.

I'm pretty.

I can't possibly be beat.

Ma'fks call me Cash is Clay, on account that I make it rain terracotta all day, and that I am the greatest. I said that even before I knew I was.

It's hard to be humble when you're as great as I am. You might thinking I’m braggin’, but braggin' is when a person says something and can’t do it. I do what I say.

Cash is clay, I say, and there's so much more coming after today. Too much. So much. So much, too much.

We're out of touch ... and should do lunch ... in Sherrelwood ... off Highway 36 … in North Denver … between 1030 and 530 on the weekends. Message me for that address:

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I float small prices like a butterfly that won’t sting like a bee. Your hands can't get what your eyes can't see, so make plans to come to Sherrelwood for pots and to visit me.

$1-15 on most terracotta planters. $10-100 on the bulk of glazed pottery. $5-$45 gets you most of the individual house plants, cacti, succulents, philodendron, pothos, monstera, snake plants, zz. A statement piece cactus costs $120-250. My prices are so mean, they make medicine sick.

But don’t count the dollars, and don’t count the days; just make the days count.

And dis count says I'm like the greatest of all-time, ever, 'cuz I discount, and diss counts, like, whenever. Choose enough items for purchase and I’ll likely count some as free.

Whatever you like, I’ll discount. Two or more items, a Sonny Liston sized plant, this autographed Cassius Clay photo? Sure. A sick bike? No, I don’t have any of those, but if I did I would have given a discount.

Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth, and by my count, I’ve still got a lot left to give, such as:

Free potting services

Free cash is clay pots for tots

Free broken terracotta

So much TLDR content it’ll hit like an Ali jab to the temple

Free Rudy references

Free unsellable pottery

Free ceramic shards and pieces for crafts

A marriage of fantasy and reality, like the chocolatey sweet, sweet, taste of Count Chocula in your bowl

Delectable like Chocula, dis Count bowls on Shabbos, every Shabbos, until there's no shop biz. Sat & Sun, 1030-530, rolling on Shabbos. Except the weekend of 3/26 & 3/27. I won’t be available then. I hope you’re one of those sort of people who reads every word, every line, because when it comes to that time of the month, I won’t be there, and I don’t want you to misuse your time.

Cash is in the clay, though, so I hold it. Store it on site, so you can behold it. Pots, house plants, cacti, succulents, whatever you want, it’s not impossible to think I’ve sold it.

Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small businesses who find it easier to live in the world they’ve been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It’s an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It’s a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing. Pottery is everything.

Cash is clay. It doesn't matter what they say. Words arranged in an elegant, P. jargon display:

trees, pottery, garage sale, vegetable box, Northglenn, cement, garden, stoneware, monstera, Erie, running, grow aloe, Wheat Ridge, estate sale, tree, Boulder, cactus, Westminster, cacti, fishing, Denver, ceramics, Thornton, Parker, holder, succulents, yard sale, red clay, Arvada, Louisville, planter, Aurora, Brighton, gardening, green greenhouse, Castle Rock, jargon, pottery barn, Fort Collins, Littleton, Longmont, Broomfield, Greeley, hiking, Loveland, pots, ceramic, gardens, gardener, plant stand, Lakewood, succulent, mcm, Federal Heights, plants, Commerce City, Superior, porcelain, philodendron, plant, climbing, terracotta, Golden, Centennial, pot, planters

A man who has no imagination has no wings, and I am the astronaut of pottery. Joe Blow nursery and Home Depot were just jet pilots. I'm in a world of my own.

He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish little for their lawn.

Don’t be the one left empty handed after the best has come and gone.

*** If you even dream of beating me on price you'd better wake up and apologize. Cash is clay. Better recognize. ***

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