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    Quote Originally Posted by fossilfuse View Post
    It all looks great, especially the Batman. Does anybody know where the bubble on the Batman card came from? I have been looking for a taller bubble for my figs.
    the card and bubble are mine from back in the day.
    If I tell you where the bubble came from...I'd have to do an Achmed the Dead Terrorist on you.

    The bubble is a good inch taller, so it accomodates figs like this Batman as well as Andorian. However, it is not wide enough for Hulk-style figs. The Superman I made over the weekend will not fit in it

    The card itself has full backside art in classic Kresge-style and is punched with my custom tools.

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    neolani72, I can't remember very well, but were you the one who was also in Software QA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samurainoir View Post
    neolani72, I can't remember very well, but were you the one who was also in Software QA?
    I did the Q&A panel last year. I described how I made my backer cards back in the day and I may have showed examples using my pc connected to the projector.

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    So, do you sell the bubbles? I have 6 to 8 taller figures, and I can't seem to find anyone who sells these darn things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samurainoir View Post
    neolani72, I can't remember very well, but were you the one who was also in Software QA?
    Nope, that was me, Ed It was a pleasure to meet you, your girlfriend, and your dog at the Meet.

    Same goes for the Gordys - it was nice to finally get to meet you after all these years, Mr. Gordy. I was hoping for the Iron Man suit since I missed it last year, but cest la vie
    An old Irish Blessing - "May those who love us, love us; and if they do not love us, may God turn their hearts; and if He does not turn their hearts, may He turn their ankles, that we may know them by their limping"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flynne View Post
    Nope, that was me, Ed It was a pleasure to meet you, your girlfriend, and your dog at the Meet.
    I really needed to thank you for conversing with Jen in the Mego Suite! After 24 hours of exclusively Mego-talk, she just lit up when she realized there was someone in the room smart enough to know what she was talking about in regards to what she does for a living and the terminology associated with it.

    You can only imagine the Abbott and Costello routine that she and I have around the words "agile" and "waterfall".

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    Quote Originally Posted by samurainoir View Post
    I really needed to thank you for conversing with Jen in the Mego Suite! After 24 hours of exclusively Mego-talk, she just lit up when she realized there was someone in the room smart enough to know what she was talking about in regards to what she does for a living and the terminology associated with it.

    You can only imagine the Abbott and Costello routine that she and I have around the words "agile" and "waterfall".
    Yeah, because I need an excuse to talk to a beautiful and inteligent woman. As for work, as much as I would love to be repairing and customizing all day I gotz ta pay da bills, so it's off to the IT world I go (It's technically what I am (supposed) doing right now). We do really get stuck in our IT "buzzwords" so conversations can sound muck like Cold War Era Spy Speak.
    An old Irish Blessing - "May those who love us, love us; and if they do not love us, may God turn their hearts; and if He does not turn their hearts, may He turn their ankles, that we may know them by their limping"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flynne View Post
    Same goes for the Gordys - it was nice to finally get to meet you after all these years, Mr. Gordy. I was hoping for the Iron Man suit since I missed it last year, but cest la vie
    well....maaaybe Iron Man can make an appearance next year. Depends what I have to pack, and if I use my 24MPG SUV vs. 40MPG focus

    It's nice to put faces and personalities with museum names.

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    nice loot indeed
    I LIVE for the "attic smell" of Mego's!!!

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