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Watch smashing beauties licking or fucking in a smashing collection of real porn videos to dazzle any type of demand.When the toilets are gone, Smith will remain a celebrity in his Alamo Heights neighborhood and to anyone who has met him.Scrolling through the museum's Facebook reviews shows how revered Smith has become to anyone who has spent a few minutes chatting with him.In the meantime, the family is moving forward with the sale.Murders said her father originally wanted to start the bidding at $10,000, but she advised him against setting a price that low. A lifetime of work you're going to sell for $10,000,'" she said. Interested bidders must set up an appointment between 1 and 3 p.m. The family will decide for how much, and when, they will sell the lot based off of the bids generated by the appointments. His work reflects his own style, events in history or just ...
Grab a breakfast taco (or three) We have an embarrassment of riches. (AP Photo/San Antonio Express-News, Kin Man Hui) ** MAGS OUT NO SALES ** less Barney Smith's creativity and imagination has led to create over 700 different types of artwork from toilet seats as seen July 7, 2006, in San Antonio.
They're hoping whoever buys the toilet seats keeps them together.
"We're hoping someone will take it and show it to the public like daddy has," his daughter said.
Smith sends off each museum visitor by reciting the poem he learned when he was 12 years old, Rudyard Kipling's "When Earth's Last Picture is Painted." He hasn't been able to remember the poem in its entirety lately and that "really bothers" him, Murders said.
RELATED: 25 new things to do, see and eat in San Antonio this summer Smith started off by festooning lids with household items like buttons, but as his museum became more popular, fans began sharing historical relics with him.
Smith, 85, is working toward the goal of 1,000 seats and possibly land a spot in the Guiness Book of Records.