Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Something Serious and a Comment for Phily Collector

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I thought this was interesting, it IS One Way to Talk which Wallstreet Will understand. My money is already in a bank which only exists in a couple of states anyway.

Now for that Phily Collector of 1/6 scale action figures and fashion dolls. I wish I could have read the comments you received, but logger, in its wisdom wouldn't let me. I'll bet a quarter or so (didn't say how Much money was in a local bank) that if you had typed that word in your "labels" Your post would have been censored, too, YUCK!

Must display my ignorance again. Through your blog I have discovered Power Team. But who are Lady Mission and Girls Mission figures? Are they done in the anime style? See, I Am trainable! When I get help with spelling I do Try to remember the corection, for which I am thankful. Not quite a zombie yet.

The cat I inherited from Ann has this habit of beating my backside, from behind my chair when he decides it is time to be fed. Little wretch is doing it how, takes some practice to ignore! I'm Glad that his Front paws are declawed, otherwise my, (dare I type that word?) would be quite covered in scratches.

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  1. Oh, the comments were fairly mild, if you mean the ones for the post on the other N word. LOL. I didn't post the word in my labels wink.

    Lady Mission and Girls Mission figures are done close to real. Normal sized heads - just HUGE hands. Man hands, some have described the LM and GM figures of having. Detailed breasts, lol. Bad hair - I mean their hair isn't smooth. The hair is straight and a little coarse.
    Poseable, but the feet seem loosely attached.

    You a zombie? LOL. Can't imagine that. See me after a long day of typing, that is your standard zombie. The Ladys Mission and the Girls Mission aren't grammatically correct in English - They omit the apostrophes. I leave the titles as they are written though so that search engines and other mechanical things can add my words, etc. to their hoard.