I know I'm getting the Starspeeder 1000.
And since I have a 200 dollar spending budget . . . I may be leaving with one or two . . . or 10 of these guys.
I finally made it to Orlando and scored five of the droids. Yeah, I'm slow. I would have gotten more but time and children wanting to go elsewhere caused me to stop at five. The fact that children also get bored very quickly also caused me to miss something that I wouldn't have normally missed. The last one that I built was an R9 using the white/green body and legs and the green dome. When I got home I realized that I grabbed two of the left leg instead of getting a right leg. Is there anyone in the forums near one of the parks that can help me out?
Friday I paid $2.349 after my 15 cent discount at Fred Meyer.
Yesterday... $2.42 was the price I paid. Now, I drove to Costco, sort-of far away. Oh, I believe, refueled yesterday.
Got hit with a case of the tireds about noon. After a couple laundry loads, out for errands (gas, recycling, stores, library), and then home, expecting
No good: missed FG and other special teams mishaps led to a Buckeyes loss, unhappily at Penn State. YSU can't get it done against the higher-ranked SD
Found the new Rogue One Black Series 6" at Burbank TRU yesterday. One of the employees really seemed excited to put the stuff out in the middle
That is an awesome display there! We all seem to have similar "problems" with what/where to do/show off our collectibles...
I picked up Scourge today.
I wasn't going to. I like the Classics one. But Target had some clearance TFA stuff, and I needed $13 to hit the
I had read that E.E. "Doc" Smith's "Lensmen" series from the 1930s was supposedly an influence not only on Star Wars (and Lucas) but
Those have always been overpriced, IMHO. Sad, really. But they are quality cards, so I guess you pay what you get for.
They sure like that 3-2 score; every one of the Pens' three wins so far ended that way, after tonight's Cup Final rematch against the Sharks.