View Full Version : the best autograph site on the NET
03-27-2002, 12:34 AM
I wanted to impart some useful information on the fellow collectors and movie buffs out there in digital ink world. If your looking for endless address for all your favorite stars from SW to ..well anything that anyone has been in...head to www. StarArchive.com. No I don't own this site , but I have been collecting autographs from it for several years and have gotten hundrends back...from Clint Eastwood to Carrie Fisher. It's updated dailywith successes and failures so you can decide who to mail to , and unlike Sirsteves or the force or many of the others it is UPDATED with CURRENT address and there real houses etc. There are pre-prints but people list them. I have a passion for autographs items and not just those stale B/w or color photographs that every convention gets. Just thought others would like to know. Over the years I've gotten carded figures from MASH, TRON and many SW folks signed through this site. if you want to collect something that is worth the time...don't buy auto's off EBAY ..get them yourself at STARARCHIVE.com
03-27-2002, 02:08 PM
They list actors real house addresses? That's just plain sick and intrusive and invasive and surely not legal? God help those targetted in this way. On that basis alone I won't even be intrigued enough to take a look at the site. I'm turning my back on the whole thing and suggest others do too.
Home addresses? Dear god, that's why actors have agents so they don't get pestered at home. *shakes head sadly*
03-27-2002, 04:03 PM
jargo did you skip you meds today..shame shame...breath...breath,,good.
there are alot of Agencies listed but may of them send pre-prints...and do you not go to conventions to get things signed ?
good luck ..and remember..breath..LMAO
03-27-2002, 04:52 PM
Frell you, ya punk! No I don't go to freaksville conventions to get stuff signed. What the hell for? the prestige of having something ruined with a silver marker pen by an out of work actor? The monetary gain of owning such a piece? The pleasur of seeing a talented actor humiliated by having to sign their name because they can't get any work after taking a role in a cult movie? So you can pester famous people with trite questions and personal insults framed as compliments?
This is why privacy laws are constantly being rewritten so freaks can't get near actors and the famous. I've posted all this before so my opinions are well known. I think it stinks and anyone who perpetrates and advocates 'star' pestering and harrasment is sick too.
03-27-2002, 09:19 PM
Oh yeah, this is going dandy. :p To quote the boss, "thread closed".
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