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    Custom Ronnie LaRocque

    Here is my latest custom... it's a custom Ronnie LaRocque figure. How does he look?

    Last edited by TheVintageToyKid; Sep 4, '19 at 11:59 AM.

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    No love for Ronnie?

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    Who is Ronnie?

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    The action figure in my photo. It's a custom Mego of Ronnie LaRocque.

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    and no one knows who that is.
    You must try to generate happiness within yourself. If you aren't happy in one place, chances are you won't be happy anyplace. -Ernie Banks

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    Whatever. I still think it's a cool looking figure. I thought it would be nice to share here, but oh well.

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    Well, I asked a serious question, and you gave an answer like you think I'm stupid or something. Thanks for that...

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    it'd go over better if you explained who this is, no one will recognize this person.
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    maybe its the guy that turns the stop/slow sign for road work?
    You must try to generate happiness within yourself. If you aren't happy in one place, chances are you won't be happy anyplace. -Ernie Banks

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    LonnieFisher, I did not mean to answer in a way that hurt your feelings. Ronnie LaRocque is a character I created... I collect action figures and recently got into making customs, but rather than always make customs of existing characters I sometimes try to come up with my own. Ronnie is sort of a harmless town drunk type figure one would always see roaming the streets of their small town. A real character who has had a tough life, but is good person when people get to know him.

    I posted the photo here in the hopes of getting an honest response/reaction to how the figure looks. I think back to the first time I saw He-Man in a 1981 toy commercial. I had no idea who He-Man was at the time, but I still thought he looked cool.

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