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Watto's Junk Yard / Re: Top 5 Hotties
« on: May 29, 2003, 09:24 AM »
A couple from the best comedy on TV, That 70s Show

Mila Kunis

Laura Prepon

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: Other boards
« on: May 29, 2003, 07:25 AM »
Here and GH are really the only ones I post at, but I do browse a ton of other sites:

-RS for their buy / trade section
-fbtb for SW Legos
-devils due for GIJoe
-dvdtalk and home theater for dvds
-Chamber of Secrets for Harry Potter
-comic book resources for comic books

As you can see, I have a wide variety of interests ;D

Here's a post from a similar thread over at RS:

A major city decides its traffic problem is horrendous so said city decides to fix it. After years of planning, actual work commences. Now after years of work and numerous traffic delays and detours, the first major part of said problem fixer opens up. Mind you, this was supposed to be the end all be all solution to the problem. Guess what, traffic is no better and in some cases, worse than before. Cost for this solution: $15 billion. What was actually gotten: a big steaming pile of ****. But boy, it sure does look pretty.   ::)

DK, I remember when the original BHD was released, there was rumblings of a super deluxe version to be released later.  I'm glad I held off on that one.  The new is being released next week and its going to be worth it for the 90 minute History Channel documentary alone.

But I do agree with you and Matt on the issue, though.  I've gotten pooched with buying America Pie, Sixth Sense, Silence of the Lambs, Almost Famous and many others to only have a better edition released.  Granted most of those were bought in my rookie days of DVD and I now know to check out the web for any possible rumblings of a future release, but it still pisses me off.  

Offended?  Definitely not.  Worried about the state of America?  Most definitely.  Don't get me wrong, I have a foul mouth (but I prefer the more elegant four letter word that ends in u-c-k  ;)), but to describe something so inane as a Star Wars figure as a, quote "bitch" is just wrong.

Now maybe your're right Cory and this is that tool Fred Durst's influence on the youth of America (shutter) or maybe its something else.  Either way, be afraid.  Be very afraid.

JD Sports Forum! / Re: Fishing
« on: May 27, 2003, 02:17 PM »
I do own a fresh water pole and only really use when I go up to Maine.  I did catch an at least 4 lb large mouth bass on it, but since no one was with me, nobody believes me  >:(

I do wish I can go deep sea fishing more often.  I'm not in Matt's boat where I "chum" all day  ;) and just love being out in the open ocean.  One time, it was me, my father, his friend and his son, about 28 miles off the coast of Atlantic City.  We didn't catch much that day but being so far out was cool.  We did see a huge sunfish though.

Another time, same group, not as far out.  We hit a school of blues and were reeling in fish after fish.  I swear, we must have caught 200 fish that (which might be an exaggeration due to my then teenage mind, but it was quite alot of fish).  It was getting to the point where, if we caught a small fish, we'd leave it on the line and throw it back in as "bait" for larger fish.  A pretty cool day  ;D

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: Question for the married folks
« on: May 27, 2003, 01:49 PM »
I'm in Chris's boat as my wife does the finances and sees all the CC charges.  We each get $150 a week "allowance" (minus $30 for groceries, so its actually $120) to spend anyway we feel.  After gas, lunches, golf, comics, dinners, etc., I'm not left with much money to spend on toys anyway.  Add to the fact that, I've not seen a late 2002 or 2003 figure in stores besides Obi Acklay and Tyranus, all my ordering is now on-line.  Since the wife will see the charges anyway, there really is no need to sneak anything into the house.  And if a large charge is going to be on the statement (ie, a new case from newforce or large shipment from kebco), I'll always tell her first anyways and always pay it back from my allowance (maybe not in one fell swoop, but in payment "plans"), so everything works out in the end.

Star Wars Universe / Re: OT trivia
« on: May 21, 2003, 02:20 PM »
Since this question has gone unanswered for awhile, I'll give the answer:

The code given by Lando to inform all Cloud City residents to fight against the Imperials was Force-7

As I don't have another question, its open to anyone who wants to ask one.

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: Your DVD Collection
« on: May 21, 2003, 07:08 AM »
The wife just bought Sex and the City season 4.  

Jocasta's Reading Room / Re: From Star Wars to Indiana Jones
« on: May 16, 2003, 01:57 PM »
I'm pretty sure I do.  I have so many Star Wars books that its hard to keep track of them.

LEGO / Re: Hailfire Droid: System or Technic?
« on: May 16, 2003, 11:17 AM »
Definitely a technic set.  It's way out of scale with comparable system sets.  I believe its about the same size as the AT-TE is lengthwise.  They would look so out of place next to each other.

« on: May 16, 2003, 11:14 AM »
I have all the regular Star Wars system sets and will most definitely be adding this one.

Clone Wars '03-'05 / Re: Anyone want a giant Spider Droid?
« on: May 16, 2003, 09:24 AM »
Yep, my future Geonosian battle wouldn't be complete without at least one.  And they'll go nicely with my pre-ordered deluxe spider droid, AAT, hailfire droid and geonosian fighter.

[Stands up]

Hi, I'm Mikey D and I'm a Star Wars geek

The wife tolerates it and my immediate family knows (most, however, were surprised at how much I had when they came up for my wedding and I showed them.  And 95% of it is packed away in a closet.  All I did was slide the door open and their jaws dropped).  Most of my friends know but don't probably know the extent of it.  My co-workers know as I get my on-line orders delivered to work and have a few figures on my desk.

Now, if you saw me walking down the street, would you know I'm a fanatic.  Probably not.  I only wore the few T-shirts I own to opening nights of TPM and AOTC.  Its not that I'm trying to hide my hobby, I really feel Star Wars T-shirts is not appropriate dress apparel.  I don't know why I feel that way as I'll tell anyone who asks about my hobby and will be proud to show it off any chance I'll get, by T-shirts is a no no IMO.

Any you know the weird part, I won't wear a T-shirt but I will get a tatoo.  Think about that for a minute  :P

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: What's Your Ethnicity?
« on: May 15, 2003, 03:17 PM »
Mostly Scot-Irish with some Polish in me.

The wife is mostly English.  In fact her uncle is so pro English that I'm sure he doesn't really care for me because of my heritage.  We're talking about a guy who sent a condolence to the Queen Mother's family when she passed (which I can see if you were a citizen of that country, but being at least three generations removed, its a little extreme)  It probably irks him to no end that his niece married a guy who's heritage comes from countries England's had problems with (albeit, hundreds of years ago)  ::)

Watto's Junk Yard / Re: Robert Stack dead at 84
« on: May 15, 2003, 11:28 AM »
Thanks for the link, Dale.  I looked for an "official" confirmation but couldn't find one.  

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