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OMG SO MUCH DAMAGE TO THE EDGES...and the chick that just chucks em once she's done! FAR OUT.
Third video was interesting....
I still think rolling a poster the opposite way to flatten it creates more problems than good with the new ones...just weight them down.
David said:The effort of moving elsewhere is so meh!
I tried...lost interest.
Just using facebook for now.
I can understand Standees not taking off in terms of collectibles.
They would take up so much room, which most people don't have.
Great to look at though.
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British Quad which has been folded just the right amount of times and shoved under one of the corners to stop the place from wobbling.