Still have a few hours left (thats a good feeling in it's self) but so far a cracking show.
Carbonite Blockbusters, never thought that this would work with no visuals, but absolutely brilliant, must have got so many funny looks while driving home and laughing like an idiot.
Haven't lauged so much since the great "muff" debate.
Brought back so many memories hearing the into music and the gold run was just as frantic as I remember it, thanks.
Just love the cheating, it did come across that you were a bad loser Stu, but "it was all down to the editing " I am sure...
Keep the quizzes coming.
Todd Fisher, well that has put a question mark over the whole auction, will be interesting to see what happens there.
The interview with Lee Harris was very intresting, great to hear the differences/similarities with Uk collecting, don't know if the Rolf Harris Intro was apt, but did make me laugh!
Agree with everything Richard said about varients, it feels to me like people are creating a market that doesn't really exist, but everyone to their own.
I thought Ross came across as a genuine guy in Richard's intterview, if they were UK based I think I would use them, don't really relish sending my stuff to the US, but their loose figure cases are top class, so far ahead of the competition.
Always look forward to new acqasitions and the topics that spin off from them.
All this and still got a few hours left for the journey down to FF next weekend, looking forward to it, hope to see you all there.
PS: Seahawks, what a great post, really enjoyed reading about the purchase of your Imperial Shuttle, one of the best I have read this year. Thanks for sharing.