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5 minutes ago, NomadZeke said:

Who else had their work day productivity get pushed off a cliff with this launching?

You assume that I have any productivity on the best of days? So far liking what I'm seeing.

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#308.  Started at #76 wound up at #308, but still Wave I, so no worries.  Now to see what I actually end up wanting to pledge for. lol

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2 minutes ago, amuller33 said:


Y'know the scary thing?

I typed it out, thought "I'm missing an opportunity here!" and went back to change grabbed to crabbed...

... and I'd already done it when I typed it initially, without even realising it.

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2 minutes ago, JoeGKushner said:

I on the other hand, am disappointed that we don't have one of those wielding a great sword or something like that.


Easily converted ::): 

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I went in and locked in a basic $100 pledge, on the assumption that I will find at least that much stuff to tempt me.


If I am somehow wrong (and that seems unlikely), I will adjust it later.



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5 minutes ago, Reaperbryan said:

We will automatically sort you into the proper zone, BUT we may require additional funds to cover the difference in shipping (if any)


Thanks Reaperbryan! I will most likely still be in the country, but there is a chance of me being in Canada.... and a small chance of Europe. And I am happy to provide increased shipping should that be required. All of my painting stuff will be going with me wherever I go, so the figures should too :) 

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7 minutes ago, NomadZeke said:

Who else had their work day productivity get pushed off a cliff with this launching?



D'oh! I knew I was forgetting something today. :wacko:


[Kidding, I'm currently on vacation]

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