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@MutantMania Vegemite ๐Ÿ‘
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She loves to collect miniature things.


LOL, She's gonna love Braniac and hate Texas.
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@MutantMania, you're wife's collection is very impressive.
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Just a few pieces of my barbed wire collection that I have had framed.





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@DrWatson did you collect the different pieces yourself? If so, how much extra barbwire do you have laying around your place?
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I bought them already cut to collector length which is 18 inches or a little longer, but not shorter.
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I bought them already cut to collector length which is 18 inches or a little longer, but not shorter.


And here I thought I wasn't going to learn anything new today! Thanks for that info.
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I bought them already cut to collector length which is 18 inches or a little longer, but not shorter.


And here I thought I wasn't going to learn anything new today! Thanks for that info.

I know lots of shit.
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@DrWatson hard to tell for sure, but the 8th one down in the second frame looks like the stuff I pulled and attached...who knows how many miles of when I lived on a farm in the 90s
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I bought them already cut to collector length which is 18 inches or a little longer, but not shorter.


And here I thought I wasn't going to learn anything new today! Thanks for that info.

I know lots of shit.


I think Jesse was hoping for some juicy prison stories!
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So I FINALLY got around to painting my "Bruins wall" in the basement. I'm no professional but I did the best I could and I'm satisfied with the results. Now the fun part begins. Hanging all the memorabilia!

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lol
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Bought this book yesterday and while I was reading it I got to the letters page and was pleasantly surprised.

A letter from 1970 of a young man who would later be a writer for Batman year 2 story, son of a demon and also be an editor for a couple of DC books.

If the letter was from the same person and not from someone else with an identical name ๐Ÿ‘



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Very limited JJ print

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Very limited JJ print



I want it!
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Ran across this SENIOR SERVICE Cigarette Tin filled with beer
labels from all over. Bought the Cigarettes in Mombasa,December
1956.




OO

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Before working for HP I worked for 3D Systems. A 3D printer making company. I was the in-house repair guy. If the Field Techs couldn't fix the issues in the field, then they replaced the printer and in turn the non-repairable printer got shipped back to us to fix. We were also given unlimited amounts of (expired) material to use for testing the printers after repair. As you can imagine, I printed tons of neat things. One of the coolest was this life size skull. I made it with crystal clear resin, and is a complete solid piece. The material value to make this skull was around $700. You can also see in this pic, a few other 3D printed items. A name plate and a statue of Cthulu (which I painted bronze). The crystal skull weighs about six to eight pounds.






Here's a smaller color skull which turned out really nice.





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To continue the skulls.....

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...and more skulls





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What is a badunkadunk anyways?
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@HeinzDad

badunkadunk

noun: a bodacious, well-developed ass.
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@GanaSoth Those skulls are really bad ass. My son is in a 3D printing class now. He made a miniature Mojolnir. Pretty cool.
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Anyone remember this Stan Lee appearance? Ravage 2099 #3
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My wife got this for me (today) for valentine's.




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This is pretty cool.
Weapon Plus World War IV #1 was released Jan 29, 2020. I just picked up a copy this week from a Comic Shop in Tennessee.



I was reading the digital version and in the second story, look who's in it:




Just last year, in the "New to Your Collection" thread, I posted the following comic:



I think that's kinda cool that they resurrected them in a newer format.
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The wife and I took the oldest to see the Bruins play in Boston this weekend. He had a great time. Heading home tomorrow.

P.S. the Bruins won.


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A PS3 clock ive been working on.
Fully functional clock radio with Bluetooth and auxiliary input. I got the clock face in place and location of the rest of parts figured out; just some tedious solder left to move all clock buttons the back of the PS3 case.


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Don't know how cool this is, but I remember every time I saw
this ad for the DICK TRACY WRIST RADIO for only $3.98,
I wished I had the money to buy it...little did I know that
years later I would be using one everyday.



OO (GREEN LANTERN #28)



(3rd generation copy)

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@martymann - Thatโ€™s so cool, Marty! Can you share with us any stories of you, your co-workers, and/or your character (the Chief) at WAST-TV Channel 13?
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