Whale Bone Grove 08 Horkey

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Thu Mar 20, 2008 2:02 pm

MJBuck wrote:
iratasan wrote:
sir_smokealot wrote:Didn't 'ninersfan' get interviewed somewhere??? I swear I read it on BRY... or the link was on BRY.

In the article I read, they "said" it was a group of people..
wow, a colaboration of douchebags. they should rename themselves to "COD".
you know you're pretty funny for a euro.
aint nothin' wrong with Euro's. They are laughin' at us!
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Thu Mar 20, 2008 2:15 pm

MJBuck wrote:
iratasan wrote:
sir_smokealot wrote:Didn't 'ninersfan' get interviewed somewhere??? I swear I read it on BRY... or the link was on BRY.

In the article I read, they "said" it was a group of people..
wow, a colaboration of douchebags. they should rename themselves to "COD".
you know you're pretty funny for a euro.
honest question: is that meant as a compliment or to be taken ironicallyand thereby as an insult?

if it is the first option: thank you very much! :D

if it is the the second option: drymount you you drymounting drymount! :D
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Thu Mar 20, 2008 2:33 pm

Anyone know if the had the Japan edition at flatstock and how many/much thet were?
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Thu Mar 20, 2008 2:54 pm

EdVedd wrote:Anyone know if the had the Japan edition at flatstock and how many/much thet were?
yes. they even had some proofs. I'd say they had 3-5 maybe? db23 might know more.
out and perfect.
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Thu Mar 20, 2008 2:54 pm

iratasan wrote:
MJBuck wrote:
iratasan wrote:
sir_smokealot wrote:Didn't 'ninersfan' get interviewed somewhere??? I swear I read it on BRY... or the link was on BRY.

In the article I read, they "said" it was a group of people..
wow, a colaboration of douchebags. they should rename themselves to "COD".
you know you're pretty funny for a euro.
honest question: is that meant as a compliment or to be taken ironicallyand thereby as an insult?

if it is the first option: thank you very much! :D

if it is the the second option: drymount you you drymounting drymount! :D
lol from the 40 year-old virgin

"you're throwing a lotta big words my way that i dont really know the meaning of, so im gonna have to take that as a sign of disrespect"
8=====D~~~~
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MJBuck
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Thu Mar 20, 2008 2:55 pm

iratasan wrote:
MJBuck wrote:
iratasan wrote:
sir_smokealot wrote:Didn't 'ninersfan' get interviewed somewhere??? I swear I read it on BRY... or the link was on BRY.

In the article I read, they "said" it was a group of people..
wow, a colaboration of douchebags. they should rename themselves to "COD".
you know you're pretty funny for a euro.
honest question: is that meant as a compliment or to be taken ironicallyand thereby as an insult?

if it is the first option: thank you very much! :D

if it is the the second option: drymount you you drymounting drymount! :D
it was tongue in cheek. not meant to be a veiled insult.
out and perfect.
norelation wrote:quit with the sniveling and just sell the damn poster. i don't care about your life story, we all got problems. just tell me about bent corners, or if your cat has used it for target practice.
mistersmith wrote:That means I'm going to touch you.
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Codeblue
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Thu Mar 20, 2008 2:56 pm

Now you're really going to confuse him.
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Thu Mar 20, 2008 3:08 pm

Codeblue wrote:Now you're really going to confuse him.
naaaah, not really. i am familar with tongue in cheek humor etc.

at bucky: fair enough honky. ;)

at B.A.: what plane? i ain't getting on no plane. :cussing:
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Thu Mar 20, 2008 3:11 pm

MJBuck wrote:
EdVedd wrote:Anyone know if the had the Japan edition at flatstock and how many/much thet were?
yes. they even had some proofs. I'd say they had 3-5 maybe? db23 might know more.
MJB and I were the first at the booth and I thought they had a few for $400 each but someone else here told me they only had 1 for $475. who knows. so yeah, they had 'em.
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Maven
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Thu Mar 20, 2008 3:32 pm

db,

I heard the same. I can confirm they had 3 of them because I went to their booth prior to them selling anything.
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Thu Mar 20, 2008 3:57 pm

db23 wrote:
MJBuck wrote:
EdVedd wrote:Anyone know if the had the Japan edition at flatstock and how many/much thet were?
yes. they even had some proofs. I'd say they had 3-5 maybe? db23 might know more.
MJB and I were the first at the booth and I thought they had a few for $400 each but someone else here told me they only had 1 for $475. who knows. so yeah, they had 'em.

Thanks guys.
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rauchadam
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Thu Mar 20, 2008 11:37 pm

I purchased the Japan WBG from Giant Robot and to my surprise, it turned out to be one from the PP Edition... Kinda Cool, I guess...
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Mon Mar 24, 2008 7:23 pm

japan on brownwrap.

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blue on steel grey.

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ill
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Mon Mar 24, 2008 7:50 pm

That blue on grey really makes the colors pop!
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Mon Mar 24, 2008 7:53 pm

I didn't see anything great about the kraft Japan, but yeah, the blue on grey is awesome! where'd you get all these variants, lightyears, Flatstock?
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