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WAR INSIGNIA designed by Walt Disney artists. From inside front
cover of WALT DISNEY'S COMICS AND STORIES #40, January 1944.



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@martymann That is VERY cool!! Thanks for sharing that!!!
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In 1956 while in the NAVY I made a request to WARNER BROS. to see
if it would be possible to have an insignia developed using the
ROAD RUNNER to then be displayed on our ship the U.S.S. BARTON DD722.
It didn't come about but we did receive back and forth communications
regarding the matter.




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@martymann That's very cool!!! Thank you for your service and for sharing this!! Too bad that the idea was never a reality. But now I'm curious, whatever happened to the two Road Runner pictures? Are they just lost to time or sitting in some folder in a Navy file cabinet somewhere?
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@Jesse_O - When I left the ship in December 1957 one was still
posted in the Sonar Shack and the other was posted inside the
Laundry Midship...

Marty
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Strapped our papasan to the top of our mini cooper for transport.




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Found these on facebook. This guy made an AT-AT costume for his Clydesdale. He also 3D printed and painted the stones from "The Fifth Element".








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Getting into the Halloween spirit:


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Best freaking version ever!
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I got this sericel based on Matt Baker's cover from Amazing Ghost stories #14. I don't own the book but this is a nice display piece.


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just received this in the mail how awesome is that . made by razorgloves.com
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Best freaking version ever!


Very cool!

Vintage Monopoly may not be the absolute bestest version by contemporary standards, but it should be high up there as nostalgic board game sets. I've collected several sets over the years, some in remarkably good condition for their age. The one below is a pre-war 1930's era board and game with some of the rarer original versions of tokens & cash.

I've always considered Depression era Monopoly as an important part of our cultural history, a surviving legacy of one of the most difficult hardships endured in America. The Monopoly money & properties represented the stuff of dreams for many folks who passed time playing this very game 80 plus years ago. It's this haunting, humbling thought that crosses my mind every time we dust off the board for a game...



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Everyone getting along.
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There should be a stickied Convention thread here.

Mike Royer will be at the Eugene (Oregon) Comic Con this weekend, 10th & 11th, so bring your Fourth World comics.

I'll be helping him at his table, so bring your tomatoes.
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https://comicbookinvest.com/2018/11/04/the-reading-pile-16/
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A series of truthfully hyperbolic photos taken several years ago of your's truly cracking out a CGC graded GA Marvel Mystery comic...













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One of the perks of working the area I live in is I get to swing by the house from time to time to eat, use the bathroom, get some water, etc. my in laws watch my son during the day while my wife and I are at work. He likes bringing me books to read to him. I can't possibly refuse him that because there will come a day when he won't want me to read to him so I'm trying to enjoy it as much as I can. My father in law had us take a picture. It's one of my new favorites.
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Awesome! Enjoy those days, they go by so quick.
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Best parenting advice I ever received was when my wife was pregnant with our first son:

"Remember, the days are long but the years are short"
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Best parenting advice I ever received was when my wife was pregnant with our first son:

"Remember, the days are long but the years are short"

I've also been told this and have so far found it to be true.
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I think both of these are cool, but others may not. LOL!!!

First up, a Hot Stuff ceramic statue that I painted. I also added the pitchfork handle. If I do another, I'd do it different, but I'm ok with this one.




Up next is a Weird-oh's Killer McBash model. I got this off of eBay. I remember seeing these in ads when I was a kid and always wanted to get one. So, I did. Packers fans may not think this one is cool.











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Very cool, Jesse! Although, as a Lions fan, (God help me!) I am officially required to hate both teams, it’s always nice to see Green Bay take one in the chops🦁.
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If you aren't familar with Archie McPhee, it is a company that specializes in fun stuff. I actually bought a "Crazy Cat Lady" action figure for a gift from them last year. I also got a life size rubber chicken (like Magnum PI had in the '80's) from them. Anyway, I got their new catalog today and when I saw this, I thought immediately of @X51!! I think stuff like this is fun and cool!!! I plan on getting the Bigfoot action figure from them soon.


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Best parenting advice I ever received was when my wife was pregnant with our first son:

"Remember, the days are long but the years are short"

I've also been told this and have so far found it to be true.


That’s the most accurate explanation of parenthood I’ve read.

Here’s a pic of a very tiny snake my tiny daughter found earlier this year stranded on a cold parking lot. She had to rescue it and let it warm up in her hands first.


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Brother bought some from New York. Thought it was a joke. Apparently not

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