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I got a holiday box from Ken Lashley. Had some cool goodies:














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My daughters in the National Guard she was backstage at the inauguration and got to meet Jennifer Lopez and Lady Gaga. Here are pics she's front and center and the phone JL is using for the selfie is hers.



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I meant to post this when Dawn Wells (AKA, Mary Ann from Gilligan's Island) passed away but I couldn't find it.

A picture of Dawn Wells and I on a date (or convention, I can't quite remember) (LOL). She was great to meet and a very engaging, lovely and kind lady. This was taken about 6 years ago.



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I meant to post this when Dawn Wells passed away but I couldn't find it.

A picture of Dawn Wells and I on a date (or convention, I can't quite remember) She was great to meet and a very engaging, lovely and kind lady. This was taken about 6 years ago.




If the name wasn't taken, you should change it to studley Dudley. You the man
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Thanks @Batman66, the picture was actually taken at the LA comic book and Scifi convention at the Shrine auditorium. extremely tiny con but they always had some cool stars autographing.
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I meant to post this when Dawn Wells (AKA, Mary Ann from Gilligan's Island) passed away but I couldn't find it.

A picture of Dawn Wells and I on a date (or convention, I can't quite remember) (LOL). She was great to meet and a very engaging, lovely and kind lady. This was taken about 6 years ago.





Back in late '81 or '82, I had breakfast with Marie Osmond at a Waffle House. No pics though
What a wonderful person.

@sportshort - I would loved to have met Dawn Wells. She was always one of my favorites. I would have married her if I had the opportunity.
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I meant to post this when Dawn Wells (AKA, Mary Ann from Gilligan's Island) passed away but I couldn't find it.

A picture of Dawn Wells and I on a date (or convention, I can't quite remember) (LOL). She was great to meet and a very engaging, lovely and kind lady. This was taken about 6 years ago.





Back in late '81 or '82, I had breakfast with Marie Osmond at a Waffle House. No pics though
What a wonderful person.

@sportshort - I would loved to have met Dawn Wells. She was always one of my favorites. I would have married her if I had the opportunity.


Married her? Get in line bro(lol), Half the men in America wanted to marry her. She was awesome though.
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Married her? Get in line bro(lol), Half the men in America wanted to marry her. She was awesome though.


@sportshort It's true, Mary Ann was the girl you married. Ginger on the other hand, she had Side Piece written all over her, lol.
There were 2-3 years in my life (maybe around 12 or 13?) where watching the rerun of Gilligans Island around 4:00 was one of the things I looked forward to each day. I would be devastated if it got pre-empted by a baseball game or something. I tried to go back to it years later but it just wasn't the same.
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My Yoda focus


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@Murmonster I only have one, with the orange snake.
What's the difference between the two?
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@Murmonster coooolll!!! I think my Yoda is in a box somewhere....also think mine came with the swamp playset which is in some other box!!...I should dig out my guys and either display or sell!
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I finally got around to taking a pic of this- It's too big for my scanner. I found this in our local antique mall 31-32 years ago.



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@Siggy There’s actually about 12 versions with different countries of origin. If you look closely you can see differences in head color and facial features.

@KatKomics That’s cool I used to have a lot of the sets and ships but now just concentrate on figures they’re much easier to deal with.
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Picked this up awhile back at a used book store.




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Found some old papers buried in the basement. Apparently there was a little incident at a nuclear plant in the USSR. Some people even “suffered injuries”😳 It’s weird to see Leningrad on a map again
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@RexMuff That is freaking awesome!!!!

Not Chernobyl but the old news paper.
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This is back from my competitive gaming days won some money playing Super Mario Bros.
I have my old membership card and a copy of the check in the house somewhere will post pics when I find them.



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I don't know if this qualifies as "cool" but I smoked some pork ribs today and just felt like sharing.


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Love smoked foods. Favorite is beef ribs though....
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My new homebrew experiment
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Love smoked foods. Favorite is beef ribs though....

Beef ribs and then eventually brisket are next on the menu.
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My new homebrew experiment

I really enjoy sour stuff. What is that?
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Love smoked foods. Favorite is beef ribs though....

Beef ribs and then eventually brisket are next on the menu.



My brother smokes a mean brisket, but he does "crutch" by using butcher paper. He uses a weber "bullet" I think its called. First time I saw him smear mustard on a brisket I was thinking how nasty that stuff was going to taste. I was WRONG
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My new homebrew experiment

I really enjoy sour stuff. What is that?


Gallon lemonade 3/4 bag Sour patch kids melted.
Some brewers yeast. 5 weeks for fermentation
10-12% Alcohol

Delicious
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Love smoked foods. Favorite is beef ribs though....

Beef ribs and then eventually brisket are next on the menu.



My brother smokes a mean brisket, but he does "crutch" by using butcher paper. He uses a weber "bullet" I think its called. First time I saw him smear mustard on a brisket I was thinking how nasty that stuff was going to taste. I was WRONG

Brisket intimidates me. I admire anyone who can smoke it.

I use mustard on ribs to hold the rub on. My wife and son are not fans of mustard at all yet they never notice. Good stuff.
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@AndyRexia

My brother's only failing in cooking is he wears himself out, and sometimes over sleeps and sometimes things get over cooked. I think I found a solution.

https://www.thermoworks.com/Smoke

I bought this gadget and was able to smoke some beef ribs on a gas grill. It turned out okay, but I have no idea what I'm doing compared to my brother. But the tool at least got the meat to where I wanted it in terms of tenderness. granted my home made rub was less than ideal.

My point is though that the tool makes monitoring the meat significantly easier. They came out with a longer range one that is prolly worth upgrading to.
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I don't know if this qualifies as "cool" but I smoked some pork ribs today and just felt like sharing.




Definitely cool!!! Looks fantastic!!
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When I was a kid my best friend and I would save our allowances and wait for our chance to go to the next town over.
A local drugstore sold packs of these cards. We were never able to complete the set but we sure had fun collecting them.
Fast forward a few decades and as an adult I tracked down a few unopened boxes of cards and a binder with the official pages. Pretty sure the binder was a mail away offer. It was fun opening the packs again and completing the set after all this time.
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