I also read the note as just a passing **** you to whoever comes along after the owners were dead more than an actual threat.
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Apparently I missed something.
You can do ship to store too - it's online. They have $25 off purchase of $100, but it's still $280ish even with the 5% savings.
I got asked if I'd pay $39.99 for Grievous.
Same here. I did say I'd go up to $25 for a higher quality version of Lando, but the $40 for Grievous was a hard, hard no.
I got $29.99 for 6 inch Bespin Han (no), $19.99 for 6 inch General Lando (yes), $24.99 for 6 inch General Lando with accessories (no), $29.99 for Grievous (yes), $14.99 for 3.75 inch Chewie (no)
"Godspeed, John Glenn.”
My wife and I were just talking about John Glenn and what an amazing ass kicker he was, and how people of successive generations (ours) can even begin to match up to a stud like him and some of his peers.
- Fighter pilot in WWII and Korea
- Test pilot
- First American to orbit the earth
- Took a ride on a Space Shuttle and spent nine days in space at age 77
- Served as a Senator for 25 years
Any one of those is a big deal for anyone's legacy. He did all five without breaking a sweat.
Who, under 50, would you even begin to compare to the likes of John Glenn? You could probably pick a few business people like Elon Musk that have done some pretty cool things, but its hard to think of anyone even remotely in his league.
The BioShock games probably won't ever be made BC. They were announced late last year, but apparently 2K was already in the middle of porting them to the current consoles, and why would you give people the old games for free when you can sell them new "remastered" versions instead? So the Xbox 360 versions are kind of stuck in BC limbo.
Anyway, be sure to check out BioShock: The Collection for Xbox One, available at a retailer near you, for $49.99.