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  • in reply to: Red Dwarf Movie References #219435
    Karnie
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    The novels heavily referenced “It’s a Wonderful Life”

    in reply to: Where are all the miners #219434
    Karnie
    Participant

    Chen worked in the kitchen as well, as per Series VIII.

    I just assume that the miners were housed in a different section away from the operation of the ship, much like the engineers and mechanics who ran older cruise ships were kept away from the passengers. Since they weren’t actually mining anything any time we saw Red Dwarf, we wouldn’t have seen them since we were only following the stories of enlisted personnel.

    in reply to: Let’s Talk About Red Dwarf XI: The Game #219282
    Karnie
    Participant

    That would be incredibly helpful, thank you! I’ll Email you my contact info.

    in reply to: Let’s Talk About Red Dwarf XI: The Game #219280
    Karnie
    Participant

    “We’ve also rebalanced and updated a huge proportion of the existing games too – it’s quite a monster update!”

    That’s great, except I literally just submitted my additions for the Encyclopedia Addendum to my editor for Series XI and the first two episodes of the game…. =O

    Shucks, guess I’ll have to play them again once the update hits to see if any dialog’s changed or new material added. =)

    in reply to: Let’s Talk About Red Dwarf XI: The Game #219258
    Karnie
    Participant

    Just a punctuation error:

    In Give and Take, after Lister and Cat get tranquilized, Kryten says “Mr. Lister, sir. Mr, Cat?

    Should be question mark after Lister, sir
    and the Mr before Cat should be a period, not a comma.

    in reply to: Let’s Talk About Red Dwarf XI: The Game #219194
    Karnie
    Participant

    “Hm. Got a new phone and downloaded the game. Logged in via Facebook, but I’ve not got any saved progress on there. Am I going to have to start over because it’s a new device? :/”

    Probably. I started a new game on my iPad after playing on the iPhone for a while, and nothing carried over.

    in reply to: Let’s Talk About Red Dwarf XI: The Game #218756
    Karnie
    Participant

    As per the episode “Legion”:

    A folder for off-world eating techniques, with files in it for Mamosian anti-matter chopsticks, Jovian Boogle Hoops, and Mercurian Boomerang Spoons

    in reply to: Let’s Talk About Red Dwarf XI: The Game #218702
    Karnie
    Participant

    Trying to update the Encyclopedia and I noticed a few lines of dialog was changed between updates…. You guys are killing me! =)

    in reply to: Let’s Talk About Red Dwarf XI: The Game #217218
    Karnie
    Participant

    Looking forward to the next installments! It’s great that you guys are so hands-on with the fans.

    in reply to: Brands in Red Dwarf #216488
    Karnie
    Participant

    You’d probably love these books then. Pretty much lists every person/place/thing/ship/disease/etc. in the entirety of Red Dwarf: http://hassleinbooks.com/pages/book_redDwarf.php

    in reply to: Let’s Talk About Red Dwarf XI: The Game #216479
    Karnie
    Participant

    Everybody get the two collectible items in the first episode?

    in reply to: Let’s Talk About Red Dwarf XI: The Game #216475
    Karnie
    Participant

    I’m just glad I’m able to play it, since there’s actually some new material in it for the Encyclopedia Addendum. Not much, but every so often they’ll throw a line in that wasn’t in the episode (Standard Protocol: 1-2-3-4!)

    in reply to: Let’s Talk About Red Dwarf XI: The Game #216474
    Karnie
    Participant

    Ian, I finally got through it by swiping wildly to the side as soon as I saw a corner coming up… even still, barely made it with enough health points to spare.

    in reply to: Quantum Leap Guide Project #214644
    Karnie
    Participant

    Holy crap, the guy on the Kickstarter cites my company’s Back to the Future Chronology as one of his inspirations for the project! Neat!

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Fan-Fic: Homecoming #214617
    Karnie
    Participant

    I did try to stay conscious of the amount of “fan-wankery” in the story, but most of what I did put in just seemed to flow naturally from the story without having to shoe-horn it in, unlike in some other stories I’ve read, which were built solely around fan service. Most of the elements you’re probably referring to were most likely added as a logical step between points A and B, and weren’t even in my mind when I originally thought up the story. Ah well.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Fan-Fic: Homecoming #214336
    Karnie
    Participant

    Thanks all! I’m glad to hear everyone’s enjoying it (and that no one has found any glaring errors.. =) )

    in reply to: Thinkin’ Ahead #214326
    Karnie
    Participant

    Well, this will be my first time at DJ, so hope to see you (and your recently single friend) there!! =)

    Karnie
    Participant

    We need the skutters back.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Movie Concept Art and photo collection #212664
    Karnie
    Participant

    Yeah, apparently it was found at a car boot sale! I’d have never thought it was genuine, but apparently the current owner confirmed it with the artist of the artwork. Time to update the Encyclopedia!

    in reply to: Sketches from Total Immersion for sale #212602
    Karnie
    Participant

    There are still some available, will probably have last call by Sept. 18 if anyone is interested in any.

    in reply to: Sketches from Total Immersion for sale #212515
    Karnie
    Participant

    I have not, no. The reasons are complicated, but suffice to say, it was just easier to offer them up to fans of the show (and the book).

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Mobisodes? #212152
    Karnie
    Participant

    Hmm.. OK, there does seem to be a few missing, I was going by what the uploader said. I’ll see if the others exist.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Mobisodes? #212148
    Karnie
    Participant
    Karnie
    Participant

    Starbug. and not as tiny little models on a long shot like in X. Proper representation!

    in reply to: Guest Blogger's take on Red Dwarf #211690
    Karnie
    Participant

    Personally, I think Series Flaw was the best. =)

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Encyclopedia Now Available! #211686
    Karnie
    Participant

    HEY ALL! The addendum to the Red Dwarf Encyclopedia is now available for download on Hasslein Books’ Resources page. This addendum adds entries for material that came out after the books’ release (meaning, to date, the DJ Posters). The direct link is here:

    http://hassleinbooks.com/pdfs/Red_Dwarf_Encyclopedia_addendum_051915.pdf

    Also, please bookmark the Resources page (http://hassleinbooks.com/pages/resources.php) and check back in for updates as new material comes in. Enjoy!

    Karnie
    Participant

    Just fix the Kryten Mask…. it’s normal for the others to look older (Even Rimmer, since holograms are programmed with the original’s vitals and such, and who wants a hologram to live forever, anyway?), but Kryten should not look like his face is melting off.

    in reply to: My Skutter had a Sex Change! #211434
    Karnie
    Participant

    I actually just bought three skutters so I can try this on one of them… any links to the materials used?

    in reply to: Doctor Who from the beginning #211325
    Karnie
    Participant

    I hope you guys don’t mind a little self-promotional plug here, but it happens to be somewhat on-topic. We have a book out by Matthew J. Elliott (Lost in Time and Space: An Unofficial Guide to the Uncharted Journeys of Doctor Who) that chronicles all the travels, adventures and encounters the Doctor speaks of, but which is never seen onscreen. It’s a chronological timeline of these events, and lists them between or before whatever episodes they’re most likely to have taken place. It’s unlike any of our other books, which are typically straight encyclopedias or chronologies. It’s available on Amazon; you can also check it out and download a sample at our site: http://hassleinbooks.com/pages/book_lostWho.php

    /Shameless plug

    in reply to: RD11 where does it stand? #211213
    Karnie
    Participant

    You should know better than to listen to castmembers.. =)

    Nothing OFFICIAL yet. I’m sure the websites will blow up as soon as anything substantial is announced.

    in reply to: Doctor Who from the beginning #211145
    Karnie
    Participant

    The Web Planet is my favorite bad episode, if only for the Zarbi bumping into the camera.

    in reply to: Doctor Who from the beginning #211141
    Karnie
    Participant

    A friend and I started doing this last year (well, watching the episodes, not documenting them)… the reconstructions were AGONIZING to get through, partly because most times we hadn’t a clue what was going on, but partly because they were mostly in Troughton’s run, and what we HAD seen of Troughton made us lament the loss of most of his episodes even more. Currently, we just finished Series 10.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Encyclopedia Now Available! #211067
    Karnie
    Participant

    Feel free to review the book(s) on Amazon if you enjoyed them!

    If you didn’t, well, then, kindly stick your head in the ship’s waste grinder. =)

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Mobisodes? #211006
    Karnie
    Participant

    I tried every avenue to find the second part of the Christmas one, even writing to the production company itself. Apparently when they were bought out by another company the files were wiped. G&T did a review of it when it was out though, which helped me fill in the gaps.

    Red Christmas: Mobisode Review

    There are also 1 or 2 of the other ones on youtube, but the Christmas one was the only one with actual new material.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Encyclopedia Now Available! #210865
    Karnie
    Participant

    So… Who got the book(s) for the holidays? =D

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Encyclopedia Now Available! #210811
    Karnie
    Participant

    The landing page is now up, which includes a small sample of each book for your perusal.

    http://hassleinbooks.com/pages/book_redDwarf.php

    in reply to: Seeing Double: The Red Dwarf Encyclopedia now two books! #210753
    Karnie
    Participant

    UPDATE: Final corrections are being done tomorrow, and a proof copy will be ordered by Sunday night. In a weird bit of completely accidental cosmic timing, the books are shaping up to be released by Gazpacho Soup Day!

    in reply to: So, what do the whipper snappers think of the show… #210683
    Karnie
    Participant

    Because it’s not a super well known show in the States, I’m always a little suspect when someone says they “love” Red Dwarf when I tell them what I do. I actually quiz them about it before deciding to go further in conversation. The best was when I asked which one Lister was, and they said, “He’s the captain, right?”

    in reply to: So, what do the whipper snappers think of the show… #210663
    Karnie
    Participant

    The fact that Fathers and Suns is in the top ten in the first place, never mind trumping Backwards and Polymorph, should have been the first clue…

    in reply to: Thoughts are with Ben…. #210626
    Karnie
    Participant

    Hey Ben, Just read this now, so sorry to hear about your loss.

    in reply to: Seeing Double: The Red Dwarf Encyclopedia now two books! #210609
    Karnie
    Participant

    Update: The books are laid out and awaiting the final corrections from the proofreader. After that it’s off to the printer! Samples of the design can be found on our photo stream here:

    https://www.facebook.com/hassleinbooks/photos_stream?tab=photos_stream

    Still on track for a mid- to late-November release for the holiday season. Pricing to be determined, but will probably be around $15-$20 each.

    in reply to: A question… #210300
    Karnie
    Participant

    Round about the 7:55 mark…. =)

    in reply to: Back to Earth – soap character killing fine #210266
    Karnie
    Participant

    Crap, now I have to change her entry in the book……

    Karnie
    Participant

    And now that we don’t have to worry about space issues, we’ve just commissioned another 35 illustrations from artist Pat Carbajal, who’s work you’ve seen if you received the latest copy of Back to Reality. Among those images are: Cassandra, Duane Dibbley, Frank Hollister, Jesus of Caesarea and Hogey the Roguey.

    Karnie
    Participant

    Don’t know about the real-world answer… but since the novel explains that his story is a bastardized version of a past failed romantic attempt, made up because he was embarrassed at having lost his virginity much later, one could say the “In-universe” explanation for the pause was him trying to work out in his head what to say.

    in reply to: Seeing Double: The Red Dwarf Encyclopedia now two books! #210081
    Karnie
    Participant

    Well, they’ll certainly be getting a copy (copies?), whether they review it, however, will be up to them. =)

    in reply to: Lexx #209995
    Karnie
    Participant

    I just remember being oddly drawn to it, despite crap cgi and an absurd premise. Maybe it had something to do with the hot genetically-enhanced pleasure slave redhead.

    in reply to: Angela's informal rewatch #209902
    Karnie
    Participant

    God.. I’ve now owned four different versions of Series I: the U.S. VHS, the region 2 DVD (which I had to hack my DVD player to watch), the region 1 DVD which naturally came out shortly after, and the Bodysnatcher collection.

    I must really like this show.

    in reply to: Wait a minute… #209793
    Karnie
    Participant

    All I can say is thank GOD they finally hit their stride with Dear Dave.

    in reply to: Help with a book project #209624
    Karnie
    Participant

    P.S.: If anyone is interested in regular updates and news about this and our other upcoming books (including a recently announced Doctor Who book by Matthew J. Elliott), head on over to Facebook and ‘Like’ our page at https://www.facebook.com/hassleinbooks

    in reply to: Help with a book project #209623
    Karnie
    Participant

    Heya! Just wanted to drop back in for an update. To date, the main compendium is written and is currently being edited. Also, the Intro, acknowledgements, abbreviation key, episode guide, universe guide and foreword should all be finished by next week, and soon will also be sent to the editor. After everything all cleaned up, the index will be created. We’ve got a few people lined up to look over the whole thing once it’s compiled and edited; after all is said and done, we should be good to go by June/July of this year.

    My editor claims this is the biggest manuscript of all the publications done by Hasslein Books, so there’s a slim chance it may end up becoming two books, due to the limits of Print-on-Demand. If that ends up being the case, we’ll try our hardest to price them accordingly so customers are not shelling out too much more for the two. I really don’t want to go that route because it might be perceived as a cash-grab, but I also don’t want the quality and contents to suffer, so I really won’t know until I start laying out the book.

    Although I enjoyed every moment of the process, after three years I can honestly say I’m relieved the hard part is finally over, and I’m very much looking forward to seeing this book finally come together in the upcoming months. I hope you all are too.

    in reply to: I WILL MAKE "RED DWARF" THE MOVIE! #209528
    Karnie
    Participant

    I got dibs on skutter #129!!

    in reply to: Red Dwarf the (cancelled) video game. #209442
    Karnie
    Participant

    I just received an answer to my query about the game:

    “…As for the Red Dwarf prototype game. We approached Grant & Naylor about making a Red Dwarf game back in 2004, we were big fans of the show. I was running my first video games company then, Genuine Games, which I co-founded with a talented games designer friend/colleague of mine Gordon Ross. He was the brains of the company at that time who got us involved in a pitch for a potential Red Dwarf game with another small Scottish developer ran by Dave Sharpe a game industry veteran. We (Genuine Games) created a playable prototype, I actually did most of the design and 3D artwork for it. There was never a script just a small playable 3rd person prototype where you could walk around a section of the ship and primitively interact with the surroundings. We took this to show Doug Naylor and some TV execs who were very keen to make a game. At this stage I think he and Rob Grant had fallen out or gone their separate ways creatively which made it really hard to get the project off the ground even though we had a lot of interest in creating the game. In fact I still get people who see the original artwork from the prototype saying that it would be a great game and there is still a big following for the series. So the main reason the project never went any further was due to the creators falling out with each other so it was hard to do a deal as they were both pulling in different directions. So for us it just stayed on our hard drives never to be taken any further. Lots of games never see the light of day in the games industry and that one unfortunately was one of them.”

    So there you go.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf the (cancelled) video game. #209405
    Karnie
    Participant

    “*imagines Lovett Holly singing Want You Gone*”

    I don’t care how bad the game would be, I’d buy it JUST for this.

    in reply to: Bobbyllew posts RDXI update #209397
    Karnie
    Participant

    For Fuck’s sake, stop making episodes so I can finish this damned book!!

    I’m kidding, of course; but I do feel a sense of ambivalence whenever a new series is announced…or “not” announced in this case. =)

    in reply to: A "Christmas" Miracle! #209303
    Karnie
    Participant

    And I thought <b> <i> I </b> </i> was a marketing whore…..

    in reply to: Well, this is pretty fucking bizarre #209264
    Karnie
    Participant

    Wow, that’s some pretty hi-def footage from “UFO”….

    in reply to: Need Help Chasing the Geek…. #209254
    Karnie
    Participant

    Everything seems to be tickety-boo now, thanks!

    in reply to: Need Help Chasing the Geek…. #209246
    Karnie
    Participant

    …as well as every other site in the Geek chase… =(

    in reply to: Need Help Chasing the Geek…. #209245
    Karnie
    Participant

    Well, it looks like the Androids site is up and running now; however it now appears the Dibbley site is down: (http://www.duanedibbley.co.uk/)

    in reply to: Need Help Chasing the Geek…. #209236
    Karnie
    Participant

    The only other site I don’t have access to is the Dibbley site, but only because I can’t get to it from the Androids site and can’t find a direct link anywhere. If the Androids site is down for good, I may need the link to the Dibbley page.

    in reply to: Need Help Chasing the Geek…. #209235
    Karnie
    Participant

    On the Diva-Droid History page, clicking on the Androids link (http://www.androids.tv/) displays a 500 – Internal server error. Now, is that because I’m not visiting it between the hours mentioned on the HoloPoint site, or is it actually down? I only just thought of that possibility this morning… =)

    in reply to: Need Help Chasing the Geek…. #209232
    Karnie
    Participant

    Update: I was able to find the website for Holopoint, so I really just need any info anyone has on the Dibbley site and (if it’s exists somewhere) any info on the Androids page. Thanks!

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Goodies For Sale #209215
    Karnie
    Participant

    Crap, I wish I’d known that, I’d bid a lot more for them to get them into the Encyclopedia….. =(

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Goodies For Sale #209188
    Karnie
    Participant

    If you don’t sell the BTL’s let me know, I may be interested in making a deal.

    in reply to: Lost in Translation #208263
    Karnie
    Participant

    ((I’m sure the writers were at least trying to be a bit cleverer than just handing out puerile insults. Unfortunately, it would appear the wit of Rob and Doug isn’t very easily translated!))

    I disagree: It’s not a puerile insult, given his head actually LOOKS like a giant penis. It’s no different than calling him Novelty Condom-Head, except that insult can actually pass British censors. Had the movie ever been made, I’m sure a dickhead joke would have made it in somewhere… =)

    in reply to: Lost in Translation #208256
    Karnie
    Participant

    I don’t think of it as being lost in translation so much as it is what I’m sure the writers would have written in the first place had they been allowed to.

    in reply to: AMERICAN CHOCOLATE IS SHIT #208158
    Karnie
    Participant

    “Twix + tea = chocolate caramel straw.”

    Yeah, that threw me as well =)

    in reply to: AMERICAN CHOCOLATE IS SHIT #208109
    Karnie
    Participant

    I’m sure these are MUCH better…..made in the good ‘ol UK!

    http://www.dudeiwantthat.com/food/novelty/edible-anus-chocolates.asp

    in reply to: AMERICAN CHOCOLATE IS SHIT #208106
    Karnie
    Participant

    Good, more for me. ;)

    in reply to: Does anyone still own an Atari? #208099
    Karnie
    Participant

    I’ve got the arcade emulator MAME on my computer and this:
    X-Arcade Tankstick With Trackball: Trimode USB

    I can pretty much play any old arcade game I can find: Dig Dug, Pac Man, Galaga, Centipede, Asteroids, you name it.

    I had bought a 2600 out of pure nostalgia at a garage sale, and after buying a bunch of games from eBay, realized I’ve just been ruined by modern gaming, and sold it again. But I was able to hook it up to a modern TV, you just have to find the right adapters.

    in reply to: Johnny H #207989
    Karnie
    Participant

    !3 esrevinU morf ,nhoJ yadhtriB yppaH

    in reply to: Sebby P #207425
    Karnie
    Participant

    What, PecosPete, not the Vogons this time? ;)

    in reply to: Sebby P #207399
    Karnie
    Participant

    This is why we can’t have nice things.

    in reply to: Worlds End #207190
    Karnie
    Participant

    I agree with Connell (except I would argue the part about it being a good American flick), it just lacked the energy and brains of Shaun and Fuzz. While the first two were brilliant genre spoof films, Paul (and to a lesser degree Run, Fatboy Run) were OK comedies, just not good Simon Pegg films. I have cautious optimism that World’s End will return to the magic of the earlier films.

    in reply to: A thread for non-DJers. #207100
    Karnie
    Participant

    Not much… going to see my new niece tonight, then a friend’s birthday party tomorrow, then feverishly working on getting the Smegazines logged into the encyclopedia. In other news, got my tickets for the Star Trek: Into Darkness U.S. premiere in 2 weeks.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #207088
    Karnie
    Participant

    Have fun kiddies! Looking forward to everyone’s reports!

    in reply to: Rimmer In Simpsons Comic #206933
    Karnie
    Participant

    Must have been prior to using his light bee…. before he forgot he was a hologram and couldn’t get hurt.

    in reply to: RDX model workshop photo explosion. #206849
    Karnie
    Participant

    Wow, just briefly skimmed through, I’ll have to fully dive into it once I’m not on the company clock…. =) I’ve always loved stuff like this, Thanks!

    in reply to: VOGONS TAKE OVER G£T #206786
    Karnie
    Participant

    Sorry, not long enough…..

    LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONG………

    There you go…..

    in reply to: VOGONS TAKE OVER G£T #206785
    Karnie
    Participant

    That seems to happen when someone posts a loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooong word or link… =)

    in reply to: I'm afraid Holly is busy at the moment…Bleep #206762
    Karnie
    Participant

    Make it look like Pree and you’ve got a sale…

    in reply to: Help with a book project #206658
    Karnie
    Participant

    Most of them will be full page, yep. They’ll be 27 in all – one for each section opener, much like our “Planet of the Apes” and “Back to the Future” Encyclopedias, seen here:

    http://hassleinbooks.com/excerpts/potaLexicon.pdf

    and here:

    http://hassleinbooks.com/excerpts/bttfLexicon.pdf

    in reply to: Did any of the original RD model end up in the skip? #206654
    Karnie
    Participant

    That’s awesome… isn’t that the bridge?? Man, what I wouldn’t give for a piece of the ship like that……

    in reply to: Help with a book project #206641
    Karnie
    Participant

    New Update: The first sketches from Pat Carbajal for the interior of the book have come in; a sample of them can be found at our blog here:
    http://hassleinbooks.blogspot.com/2013/03/alright-suckers-new-artwork-from-pat.html

    in reply to: Captions #206631
    Karnie
    Participant

    Would someone, perchance, be able to confirm what the captions say on their Region 2 version when Kill Crazy calls Kryten “Droid Boy” in the shuttle?

    in reply to: Red Dwarf X Quotes #206440
    Karnie
    Participant

    I’m just looking for an opportunity to call someone a mad Goth bastard….

    in reply to: HAPPY BIRTHDAY RED DWARF. #206322
    Karnie
    Participant

    Happy birthday to my one, true obsession!!

    Karnie
    Participant

    Nevermind, he said he sent it to you already.. =)

    Karnie
    Participant

    I think I might know someone, I’ll reach out to him and e-mail you.

    in reply to: Should we see Meltdown as Series 4 Episode 1? #206022
    Karnie
    Participant

    Even up to Series X Kryten still has problems disobeying orders, So wherever you put Camille it would contradict that; however as was pointed out, the necessity to save a life probably overrode it, since it’s established elsewhere in the series that saving a human comes before the lives of mechanoids and holograms.

    in reply to: Book Update #205913
    Karnie
    Participant

    I know it was never released, but I’m assuming that since it has an Amazon holding-page it might have at least been started; it’s the unreleased manuscript I was saying would be cool to have, but as I said, that’s about as likely as getting a hold of one of the movie scripts…

    And I’m guessing the “reviews” for the book are fellow G&T members having a little fun =)

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #205856
    Karnie
    Participant

    Genuinely upset I can’t make it, unless they invent teleportation by then, making airfares plummet in price….

    in reply to: First episode of Red Dwarf seen? #205809
    Karnie
    Participant

    Mine was Kryten’s friendship speech in “Last Day”… I remember thinking, “what a total ripoff of Star Trek!” just before Lister uttered the phrase “Don’t give me that Star Trek crap! It’s too early in the morning…”

    I’ve been hooked ever since.

    In no particular order, my other earliest memories are the underpants scene in Polymorph, Rimmer telling Lister his bum was like two badly parked Volkwagens in Marooned, and (my personal favorite) Winnie the Pooh’s execution in Meltdown.

    in reply to: Book Update #205808
    Karnie
    Participant

    I see that John Hoare did a review for the 2006 calendar way back when…. John, if you’re reading, do you still happen to have that calendar?

    in reply to: Tops and Bottoms #205721
    Karnie
    Participant

    I’m going to stick my neck out here and go on record as saying I honestly don’t get all the hate for Pete.

    in reply to: RDX came today! #205714
    Karnie
    Participant

    Amazon screwed up my order, so I have a few days to wait… Hopefully by the weekend

    in reply to: Tops and Bottoms #205684
    Karnie
    Participant

    I refuse to put out a list on the grounds that it might tarnish my already-dubious credibility…. =)

    in reply to: Book Update #205679
    Karnie
    Participant

    Also looking for scans of the backs of the Futera cards, anything and everything except for the base set, which I already have.

    Anyone?

    Anyone?

    in reply to: PECOSPETE'S JOURNEY ACROSS AMERICA #205622
    Karnie
    Participant

    Sorry I missed you in NY… not that I was in the city, I was nice and cozy out on Long Island… =)

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