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From: Glenn m wilson <triphibious@j...>
Date: Mon, 04 Sep 2000 15:32:59 EDT
Subject: Re: JUMP

On Mon, 4 Sep 2000 14:50:22 -0400 "Laserlight" <>
>> >Not necessarily, just post the price to the list.  I need to
>> >some mini's anyway.
>> >
>Triphibious Glenn said:
>> You NEED to buy mini's?  Don't we all <grin>?
>Well, yes.  Otherwise, for Christmas, my mom will buy me books
>she erroneously thinks I might like, my sister will get me
>another plaid shirt and bland tie, and my wife will get me
>something which is nice but overpriced, like tickets to Phantom
>of the Opera (which I would have enjoyed at $30 for the family,
>but not at $150).  So it's better to tell them "I'm ordering some
>sculpture from a West Coast artist and a book from England--if
>you'd like to chip in, in lieu of a Christmas present..."

Shudddder, consider me correctly reprimanded - been there (Some times
still there - and my wife understands minis somewhat having been a

I like that idea (I take it the sculpture is the mini's - they're
sculpture! - and the book is a either a resource (historical or SF) book
or a rule book?)

Won't work with my wife but maybe with parents...

Gracias, Triphibious/Glenn
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