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It is amazing how many people are afraid of clowns. I showed my supervisor a picture of a clown mask and he jyst froze and couldn't talk. When he did say something all I could make out was "I don't like clowns".
 

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It is amazing how many people are afraid of clowns. I showed my supervisor a picture of a clown mask and he jyst froze and couldn't talk. When he did say something all I could make out was "I don't like clowns".
Show him the pic when you want something done your way
 

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that does look like fun!
 

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Of course we had a major storm with heavy rains and high winds yesterday - I am happy to report that it survived
 

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Glad to hear Skunnkman. How do you have it set up so that it survived? I am painting my cutouts now and will be installing it Friday. Any suggestions? We get some pretty high winds here in the Illinois suburbs.
 

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I screwed 2x4s directly to the stucko. I then used 2x2s horizontally where the 3 4ftx8ft painted panels would intersect. Dry wall screws anchored the panels to the frame. The lower horizontal beam was then secured with another 2x2 at a 45° angle to connect it to the 2x4s. The portion of the horizontal beam that was in the mouth was then cut out. There may be an easier way to do this but I had no help so I had to do it in pieces like this. It may be easier to build the entire unit and then anchor it to the house. To protect it from water I draped some plastic over it. A lot of the plastic got blown off however no damage occurred.
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Doing a clown/circus area myself and hope to do some type of facade, just hope mine will be 1/2 as good. Uhmm if yours happens to go "missing" I'm going with the wind took it and not me 8^o
 
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