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um...do I have to answer that... :blush:   Probably more than I will ever paint... :down:  Which could be one, right? :lol:

 

that one is going to have a kick-but base.  Probably with a sculpted :ph34r: squirrel hiding in a tree. 

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um...do I have to answer that... :blush:   Probably more than I will ever paint... :down:  Which could be one, right? :lol:

 

You're responsible for the entire container of DDS2, aren't you?

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I got 2 DDS, and I'm still debating what to do with the second... 

 

But it's on its way! I should have my 12.8lbs box by Friday!!!

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I got 2 DDS, and I'm still debating what to do with the second... 

 

But it's on its way! I should have my 12.8lbs box by Friday!!!

... there are a lot of under privilaged painters in 3rd world countries... like Canada, eh? :devil:

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I should amend my statement: mine weighs add much as a honey badger

Honey badger don't care. :D

 

Scheduled delivery 2/16

17.1 pounds... :-o

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Received my email today looks like I'll have lots of bones on Friday (as long as weather doesn't get in the way). I forgot how much I got 47.5 lbs will be fun to sort through, looks like there goes my Saturday. :)

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Mine is, um...12.5 pounds. :blush:

 

To be fair, though, my Expansion 2 and Paint Set 1 are coming in a separate shipment. :)

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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Forgive me if this has been asked/answered already, but has anyone created a excel file for Bones II verification? The one that was made for the first Kickstarter helped me immensely when it came time to count up my booty.

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Received my email today looks like I'll have lots of bones on Friday (as long as weather doesn't get in the way). I forgot how much I got 47.5 lbs will be fun to sort through, looks like there goes my Saturday. :)

:huh: wow, you'll be busy
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Hey doug, doug, doug, - 

wanna bet a bugbear who gets their package first?  

UPS says its on a truck for delivery.  Northglenn is closer to the hub in commerce city than Broomfield,  but I'm feeling lucky. 

 

I'd like to, but I seem to be at the end of my local route. I seldom get anything from UPS before about 4:30 pm.

 

I know; stick in the mud.  :down:

 

If it were coming by FedEx, I might have been willing, since they deliver to me in the middle of the day.

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Forgive me if this has been asked/answered already, but has anyone created a excel file for Bones II verification? The one that was made for the first Kickstarter helped me immensely when it came time to count up my booty.

 

I haven't seen anyone post anything like that yet, can't remember which member(s) did it last time, I'll have to go on a search to find out.

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