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Clang McFly Offline
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RE: Soup Chicken Kitchen

(07-05-2018 02:44 AM)Love Child Wrote:  Thanks for the history!

I sent Clang a message which showed the items I was talking about. I forgot I had won 2 of them in an auction-and they are both signed by Jeff Probst.

They are probably worth nothing now and I should just take them out of the package and wear them.

You should keep them in the package if possible, they might be worth something someday. I recently bought a Weird Al Yankovic figure I'm keeping in the box hoping to get it signed someday. Also I bought a Rocketeer collectible figure that I'm keeping in the box for now.






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07-05-2018 08:45 AM
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I have 2 sets of Star Wars mini action figures that I bought when I was 12 still in the box as well as the full set of the first edition Mutant Ninja Turtles (also still in the box) that were a brownish green color. My son was really into TMNT when he was a toddler, so I bought two of each for Christmas when they were released.





07-05-2018 10:05 AM
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A TMNT release is great if you haven't had one in a while.






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07-05-2018 02:10 PM
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