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Vintage Kenner / Re: Latest vintage acquisition
« on: February 1, 2016, 08:47 PM »
Holy crap, might just be time to sell mine.  The prices on vintage stuff is absolutely nuts.  I don't remember quite what I paid, but it was under $300. 

Gotta confess, I thought Abe Vigoda was already dead.  I'm old and he was old when I watched him on Barney Miller as a kid. 

Other Toy Lines / Re: 2016: What Are You Collecting?
« on: January 10, 2016, 01:27 AM »
Booze, pemmican and permafrost.

Emphatic yes; preparing more than collecting; climate change is ruining that  :P

Other Toy Lines / Re: 2016: What Are You Collecting?
« on: January 9, 2016, 10:33 PM »
Pretty much nothing.   :-\  Marvel Universe 3.75" is about all I buy these days and I'm up to date until a new wave comes out. 

Meadowlark Lemon.

That's unfortunate.  I'm old enough (or was young enough at the time) to actually get to see that classic lineup of the Globetrotters play.  It was his last year with them. 

JD Sports Forum! / Re: JediDefender Fantasy Football 2015
« on: December 28, 2015, 11:59 PM »
Congrats to the Banthas on winning the season out of the 4th seed.  Well done, giant killer. 

The Bullpen / Re: Marvel Universe
« on: December 16, 2015, 11:12 PM »
Yeah, always nice to see something new.  They updated the page with a second figure - Morbius.  I won't get either of those, but solid C-List characters for Marvel fans.

I'll probably get Morbius.  Not sure why, but the character appealed to me way back when he appeared in Spiderman. 

The Bullpen / Re: Marvel Universe
« on: December 15, 2015, 11:07 PM »
I have no idea if this is the right thread, as I have no idea what they are called these days (is it just 3.75" Legends?) - anyway, Hasbro Pulse is slowly revealing a new wave this week...  first to be revealed is a nifty looking Hydro-Man.

Thanks for posting it nonetheless.  The naming of the line is pretty universally stupid these days.  There's not all that much out there i want them to do now, so when things do come along, it's gravy. 

I have to say, I'm glad I switched down to the 3.75" scale, just easier to deal with.

Vintage Kenner / Re: Latest vintage acquisition
« on: December 6, 2015, 01:52 AM »
That's a really nice piece, congrats.  Sadly I'm afraid I've fallen to Rob's logic and will be selling most of my carded figs after Christmas. 

JD Sports Forum! / Re: NHL 2015 - 2016
« on: November 27, 2015, 10:24 PM »
I think the Jets played really well today (do we finally have an actual NHL goaltender?) but I can't gloat because we've stunk for the last 8-10 games.  I think Jeff should be disappointed in the Wild though. 

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: Bar's open! What'll you have...?
« on: November 25, 2015, 10:44 PM »
Nice!  I should talk.  I probably have a half a dozen bottles of different types of bourbon in my liquor cabinet right now.

I'm not much for bourbon unfortunately.  A youth wasted with Jim and Jack as shots didn't progress well, something entirely unfair to the good bourbons that are out there.  Same can be said for Canadian rye whisky.  I do however appear to have 44 sealed bottles of Scotch and one lonely bottle of Irish whisky at the moment.  Plus six open bottles of assorted whisky in the house.  I only buy whisky I intend to eventually drink.  On average, I kill about six bottles of Scotch in a year. 

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: Bar's open! What'll you have...?
« on: November 25, 2015, 12:09 AM »
So yeah, I pretty much stopped collecting toys.  But the disease is strong in this one...


Sure, if you like.  I have way more bottles than that now. 

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: The Walking Dead
« on: November 9, 2015, 10:19 PM »

Pretty sure that's the real name of the standard medical anatomy book.  Anybody know if dude's "cure" holds any medical truth?  I don't think removing puss from an infected wound typically results in vast improvements to health.  But I could be wrong.

Indeed, Gray's Anatomy is a standard text in the medical field.  I doubt that you'd find that specific "cure" in there though, given it's anatomy under consideration, not simple medical procedures.  I'll have to check the wife's copy.  As for the cure itself, it may have relieved some pressure and could have taken away some nasty bacteria, but an immediate response on the heart monitor as it's being drawn out?  Yeah, not really.  BTW, I only play a doctor on the internet.   :-*

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