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Thread: Dida Had A Helluva Good Meet

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    I see three of the four displays I have coming in. I cannot wait to add them to my collection.
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    Scott, I took a lot of pics of your amazing Dida Displays.
    I would be happy to forward them to you.

    They are incredible works of art.
    I someday hope to have the space to own and display some of them.

    It was great to meet you.

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    Last edited by Johnny; Jun 9, '14 at 6:05 PM.

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    you Sir, are a gentleman.
    Such kind words, and elegantly authored.
    It was a pleasure to have met you and build those Didas together. ;-)
    I'm super happy the shark survived checked luggage...wow I bet you were nervous!
    As commonly spoken after a good Meet - c'mon next next year, it can't get here fast enough.

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    Always great to see you Scott. I loved seeing all the Didas like that. Major Kudos.
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    It will take some very large rez shots to really capture the high quality - and scale - of the playsets. Not just do they look professionally manufactured, but the sizes are shocking in person. A rough estimate would be 50% more volume than the Mego Enterprise. Truly pro level work.

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    Your MegoMeet appearances add something to every event. It's like having your Dad show up and telling you "Good Game, son" and then stepping up to the plate to send a few over the fence. You remind me of my enthusiasm for collecting Mego's and helping remind me that this hobby is a good one, meant to relive the joy of our youth. DidaDisplays embody that and seeing them all in one place is a complete nerdgasm. I hope to see you more often and I think your son would love it.



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    Delighted to finally meet you Scott!

    The DIDA Display section was definitely a highlight of Mego Meet X, and it wouldn't have been the same without the co-founder/art director of the Mego Museum there.

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    Scott Thank you for the Kind Words... I showed the post to my Wife I think I almost saw a tear... Thanks Again!!! I will be in touch soon I looks like the Lost set may be a Christmas present for her this year.

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    he's a very friendly dude as was Fleshbot ...so many people, I know I will forget.

    Scott, Just to make sure you know who I am when I want to order the POTA DIDA

    Rob

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    Always a pleasure to see you, sir. I hope whomever ends up with the Sidekick Bus is very happy with it.
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