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This is a picture of my little man Star-Lord in the pokie after I caught him nibbling on a long box.



Crime: Hamburger theft
Time: 3-5 (minutes) in the clink. If he had a cup he would run it across the bars.


He looks like a repeat offender lol.
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This is a picture of my little man Star-Lord in the pokie after I caught him nibbling on a long box.



Crime: Hamburger theft
Time: 3-5 (minutes) in the clink. If he had a cup he would run it across the bars.


He looks like a repeat offender lol.
Oh man thats classic @starlord, I won't get started.
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@EbaySeller I'm very lucky, my wife and kids appreciate the same stuff I do. That's our basement, the rest of the house is "adult", the basement is where we can let our "hair down" and have innocent fun, comics, movies, video games, music, darts. My wife suggested we get the arcade cabinets.


@GAC do you throw darts just for fun or do you enter contests? Just asking because I love throwing darts.

Back in the 90s I would go to a local pub where I used to live and enter contests on Saturday nights. The pot luck contests weren't much $$$, but single contests I usually scored about $180-200 a week. I made Sunday/Tuesday/Thursday my practice nights at home throwing anywhere between 2,400-3,600 darts each night.
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This is a picture of my little man Star-Lord in the pokie after I caught him nibbling on a long box.



Crime: Hamburger theft
Time: 3-5 (minutes) in the clink. If he had a cup he would run it across the bars.


He looks like a repeat offender lol.
Oh man thats classic @starlord, I won't get started.



Do you think the animals know why they are actually being punished?
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Nah, they dirty, they'll fatten up on treats and cuddles and do it again tomorrow. Hell, Heinz will sleep in my bed tonight, but you gotta try. Its like a kid, do they get it?????
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Nah, they dirty, they'll fatten up on treats and cuddles and do it again tomorrow. Hell, Heinz will sleep in my bed tonight, but you gotta try. Its like a kid, do they get it?????


You're absolutely right!

Dogs are not stupid, and often (just like children), they will periodically test you and see how far they can push the boundaries.
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Crime: Hamburger theft
Time: 3-5 (minutes) in the clink. If he had a cup he would run it across the bars.


I always thought it would be fun to suit a dog up as The Hamburgaler for Halloween. Because everyone knows that's exactly who they are at heart.
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Looks like something I would have tried to sneak into church when I was a kid.
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@EbaySeller I'm very lucky, my wife and kids appreciate the same stuff I do. That's our basement, the rest of the house is "adult", the basement is where we can let our "hair down" and have innocent fun, comics, movies, video games, music, darts. My wife suggested we get the arcade cabinets.


@GAC do you throw darts just for fun or do you enter contests? Just asking because I love throwing darts.

Back in the 90s I would go to a local pub where I used to live and enter contests on Saturday nights. The pot luck contests weren't much $$$, but single contests I usually scored about $180-200 a week. I made Sunday/Tuesday/Thursday my practice nights at home throwing anywhere between 2,400-3,600 darts each night.


Wow!! For me, I throw darts for fun. In my younger days when I would frequent pubs with friends, we would always play. The stakes were usually individual pints or sometimes the entire nights' tab. In later years, fewer pints and still love throwing but not as serious as yourself. That's some dedication you got there!!
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@EbaySeller They came out in 2014...



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@EbaySeller They came out in 2014...




I'd get Chaykin's "HC" on all 6. On the back, though. Even "HC" would cover too much of the art.

What is on the back, btw?
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Crappy vinyl sticker on the fridge so I have to redo it. This is for the media room up stairs.
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This was given to me by one of my grown sons, he knows I love Speed Racer as much as I love any comic/cartoon character. I have a signed book by Peter Fernandez (the voice of Speed Racer in the original series)that was given to me by my daughter many hears ago.




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Off topic a bit, but this is my new typewriter. It is a 1969
Olivetti Valentine and I've wanted one for some time now. Beautiful machine with smooth actions.

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Enjoyed the 1st arcade game so much I picked up another one today.







I made this "coffee table" using a drum kit stool and comic shipping supplies lol!! Some light, rigid cardboard, tape and printed comic art. it's about 19 inches x 19 inches. This will go beside the arcade players when they have beverages. It easily supports four full pints. It was fun to build.





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Decided to make my son a submarine.

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https://www.cbr.com/batman-hush-jim-lee-bronze-statue/



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A few Hot Wheels Drag Buses from my collection






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Decided to make my son a submarine.



That right there is why we adore our little kids so much. When he starts to get to old for it let him take it into the bathtub for one final voyage.
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Decided to make my son a submarine.



That right there is why we adore our little kids so much. When he starts to get to old for it let him take it into the bathtub for one final voyage.

He is a handful but he gets it honest at least. Right now he likes to ride his submarine to "Germany". A voyage that starts in the dining room, goes the length of the hallway, and ends in my bedroom. My brother is stationed in Germany so my son likes to "visit". Ironically, my brother started his naval career on a submarine. He says the USS Logan looks to be a Typhoon class sub. 😉
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Just got my latest subscription package from MCS. Without a doubt one of my favorite covers. Very cool to honor Chadwick Boseman and pay homage to his Marvel character. May you rest in peace Boseman.

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@GAC great freaking arcade. I enjoyed marvel vs capcom and X-men vs street fighter. The later games in the crossover series were meh.
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Decided to make my son a submarine.



I had no idea you were an engineer! good job!

Great pic!
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We have the PacMan machine, the sit down Star Wars machine, the Marvel Super Heroes machine, the 12 in one Deluxe Asteroids/Centiped machine, the Galaga machine, and the Final Fight machine. I just ordered a Space Invaders machine and we bought the Legends Ultimate Machine from Sam's Club as a Christmas gift for our son. It has Fix It Felix on it.

I was not happy that I missed out on getting the Outrun seated cabinet. We are looking forward to the release of the pinball machines.
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@Towmater that is awesome!! these games are addictive as hell! I just picked this up today and set it up. I love the graphics on the cabinets...that's part of the enjoyment, they look great. I was a little annoyed my riser is the generic Arcade1up graphic instead of the Galaga graphic and I wish Galaga came with a lighted marquee.

I'd love to see pictures of your cabinets!


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Off topic a bit, but this is my new typewriter. It is a 1969
Olivetti Valentine and I've wanted one for some time now. Beautiful machine with smooth actions.



Wow! I had no idea that some Typewriters had been designed with so much visual appeal in mind. It's like the Formula 1 of typewriters. Any idea what those sold for new in 1969?
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