Discussion in 'Transformers Collection Showcase' started by alfred p. sloan, Oct 30, 2009.
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Nwe pics 2-8-11 wow!
That, kind sir, would be a Marijuana Pipe.
and some more...
I had no idea these shots were so grainy... lame. I'll do better next time.
excuse the language but...
HOLY SHIT BALLS!...
...that is all.
Great collection and display space, but I'd remove that "pipe" pic.
I understand the controversy over the "Pipe" but do bear in mind it is unused and is a legal product in that condition. I display it mostly as a wild and weird piece of merch.
all i want to know is where did u get the pipe and can u gety me one rock on.
thats a nice collection and does the pipe transform j/k
I LOVE the way you organize your collection.
That is the biggest pile of cassettes I have seen in at least a decade
Transforming your state of consonances.
You are awesome.
All I have to say is WOW!! How long did it take you to buy all of that stuff? My collection is BEYOND LAME. I won't even post it.
Hey Iron Man no one collection is lame, It is what makes you happy. So don't hide it, share it.
Yeah, i have been slowly converting my taped Old time Radio Shows to CD. you know, moving them from one out-dated format to another.
No collection is lame. There are some of us who have the means or the obsession to go as overboard as I have and there are others who have the self control to not go nuts.
As to how long it took, I'll give you the quick run-down:
In 2000 I had forgot all about Transformers. They had been a very important part of my childhood, but other than a random reference had not entered my thoughts since 1988.
So i bought a DVD player in 2000 and found TF:TM on DVD. I bought it, watched it once and thought it was utter crap. Transformers died a second death for me at that time. The Beast Wars stuff had popped up too, and I had noticed it but only in as much as to say "Meh... that ain't Transformers..." and the whole thing was dead to me.
Then in a random toy aisle trip in late 2001 I saw the R.i.D. Car Brothers. "Here we go" I thought, "Real cars that transform" I bought the three original decos and the corrosponding repaints, kept them in package and promptly forgot about transformers again.
Fast forward to late 2003, I found Toys R Us was re-issuing G1 toys and I snatched up a quick Skywarp. Then I saw Alternators Smokescreen and it was on...
So to get to your question, I have been collecting seriously since 2003.
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