Thanks to all the kind folks that came to the art opening, I have enough funding for the project. There are two conflicting addresses stationed at two seperate contact info links. I am sending them two seperate tubes, both will secretly include some sort of positive energy love sigil, but it will be glued to the inside and hidden from sight. One address I figure is “Loki” or possibly “Bjork” playing astral chess. The other will actually research the Museum. They may see this drawing that I am developing for the German Sex toy industry as a gift or they may send some sort of hyperbolic mega sigil that ignites the mailbox or astrally gets bermuda triangled into some sort of portal never to be seen again. They may also bindrune me with some sort of sigil disguised as a Walrus tusk, which was considered the most valuable thing on earth, way more valuable than silver or gold. As long as the tusk doesn’t exede some sort of ridiculous customs parameters we are gold. I have just received message via Raven Cackle that the sigil was not activated and that customs may have an issue, but we are looking into possible ways to disguise the Tusk, maybe a giant hat, or mailed with a Gold club cozy on the end, a really fancy dress, possibly carved into a sex toy,disguised as a mannequin arm. Possibilties are limited but efficient and the engineering of the tube was designed by some deranged German carbon fiber expert who’s tubes are so well engineered occasionally one of the tubes if lost from air mail can actually fly using some sort of Vril technology and actually flys directly to your mailbox like a homing pigeon. This as I discussed with Sabrina brings our cost structure lower, leaving room for me to do 2 copies of Drawing at Staples and haggle over Contrast Psi and Ink discrepencies, then reappear at a later date with something even weirder. The Centipede X-mas card blitz will be in full effect. My plan is to randomly insert a few cards in random stores in the Holiday section and have them on hand as my go to stationary or maybe to mail them to random addresses and see where they where they end up.