Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby kevinbuddha » Wed Oct 30, 2019 4:17 pm

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The1one1 wrote:What an amazing display. Everything is so neat and organized! Thanks for sharing there are so many nostalgic pieces! I got a laugh at “Bud Man”


There are 2 versions of Bud Man. One has a hairy chest and the other does not. Fun little Funko facts!


Call me a nerd but I LOVE those little fun facts! I was pretty young when Bud Man was a thing, so I can’t recall his chest hair but it’s Hilarious that funko made two versions with such a small difference.


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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby Kitzka » Thu Oct 31, 2019 7:44 am

Scott

This looks great. And those hucks love them. Thanks for sharing.

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Postby cptsailor » Thu Oct 31, 2019 9:00 am

Incredibly cool Scotty. This was a fun winding road to travel a long. Your den is well put together and I can only hope to have a space like that in my retirement :)
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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby YeetGrimes » Thu Oct 31, 2019 9:07 am

That Big Top Freddy Wobbbler is AMAZING! Love Freddy dressed as a clown :D
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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby willy wonka » Thu Oct 31, 2019 10:21 am

Awesome Collection. Thanks for sharing this!. BTW the space freddys are some of my favorites as well.

Thanks again and beautiful collection.
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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby Scotty » Thu Oct 31, 2019 7:09 pm

The1one1 wrote:
kevinbuddha wrote:
The1one1 wrote:What an amazing display. Everything is so neat and organized! Thanks for sharing there are so many nostalgic pieces! I got a laugh at “Bud Man”


There are 2 versions of Bud Man. One has a hairy chest and the other does not. Fun little Funko facts!


Call me a nerd but I LOVE those little fun facts! I was pretty young when Bud Man was a thing, so I can’t recall his chest hair but it’s Hilarious that funko made two versions with such a small difference.


Cliffy, if you're talking about the Bud Man that's in between my cereal Vynl, that's a ceramic Bud Man beer stein. Back in the 70's my family owned a bar/restaurant. The Anheiser-Bush distributor gave us one, saying it was a trial run for a new line of Bud Man steins. He said it was a limited production run. When they massed produced them they went with a bright white glossy base color instead of the earthy brown.
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Postby Rantt » Thu Oct 31, 2019 8:55 pm

What a amazing collection!!wow!!!
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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby dustman94 » Fri Nov 01, 2019 9:19 pm

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dustman94 wrote:HOPE YOU HAVE A MAID, THE DUSTING GIVES ME NIGHTMARES.
NICE JOB


Jim, I always wondered if your board name was derived from the amount of dust a collection collects and the pain in the butt it is to get rid of it. That's why I bought the Billy cabinets with doors in the other house. Also why I put the Freddy's in my den in individual cases. I never intended to have so many pieces out in the open like I do now. I've been in the new house for about three years and have only done light dusting. One of these days I'm actually going to have to get after it. Can't hire a maid--wouldn't trust anyone else to do it right.


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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby Scotty » Sat Nov 02, 2019 12:04 pm

dustman94 wrote:
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dustman94 wrote:HOPE YOU HAVE A MAID, THE DUSTING GIVES ME NIGHTMARES.
NICE JOB


Jim, I always wondered if your board name was derived from the amount of dust a collection collects and the pain in the butt it is to get rid of it. That's why I bought the Billy cabinets with doors in the other house. Also why I put the Freddy's in my den in individual cases. I never intended to have so many pieces out in the open like I do now. I've been in the new house for about three years and have only done light dusting. One of these days I'm actually going to have to get after it. Can't hire a maid--wouldn't trust anyone else to do it right.


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That's right, I forgot (it's been a while), you're a cabinetmaker/woodworker. Coincidentally, I'm putting the finishing touches on my wood shop - last project of the move. Last project is building a 12' miter saw workbench, with the recess for the saw. Once I get that done, I'm in business. :cheers:
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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby beckysaurus » Sat Nov 02, 2019 1:17 pm

Scotty

It all looks great. You did a lot with what space you had, and it's all very clean and beautiful. I love the crystal HB of course (and so much more). Glad to see you again!
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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby FunkoAlphaBravo » Sat Nov 02, 2019 2:10 pm

Bad a** collection!!

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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby thejosh2010 » Sat Nov 02, 2019 2:15 pm

Wow Scott!! Looks so amazing! So great finally seeing everything in the new house! Those Hucks are all so drool-worthy, and those pieces of art & uncut boxes! :eek: Spectacular pal!! =D>
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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby dustman94 » Sat Nov 02, 2019 9:26 pm

Scotty wrote:
dustman94 wrote:
Scotty wrote:
Jim, I always wondered if your board name was derived from the amount of dust a collection collects and the pain in the butt it is to get rid of it. That's why I bought the Billy cabinets with doors in the other house. Also why I put the Freddy's in my den in individual cases. I never intended to have so many pieces out in the open like I do now. I've been in the new house for about three years and have only done light dusting. One of these days I'm actually going to have to get after it. Can't hire a maid--wouldn't trust anyone else to do it right.


IF YOU REMEMBER LINUS FROM PEANUTS-- THAT'S BASICALLY ME. I GET TONS OF SAWDUST ON ME. MY DAUGHTERS LOVED HITTING ME TO SEE THE PUFF OF DUST THAT COES OFF ME


That's right, I forgot (it's been a while), you're a cabinetmaker/woodworker. Coincidentally, I'm putting the finishing touches on my wood shop - last project of the move. Last project is building a 12' miter saw workbench, with the recess for the saw. Once I get that done, I'm in business. :cheers:


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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby doctony » Sat Nov 02, 2019 9:56 pm

I am totally gobsmacked with your collection Scotty and what's amazing is the story behind them!
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