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    I'm jealous and happy for you all at the same time! I have been looking for issues 2 & 3. Please tell where you got them from.

    Originally posted by saginawhorror View Post
    Yeah! Now I have a complete run of Grave Tales! All 7 issues. Issues 1-3 just arrived. They look brand new!
    " A room without books is like a body without a soul."
    - Cicero

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      Did your magazines fit into your slipcases? I'm finding I have to bend the magazine to get it in the slipcase and I'd rather not do that.
      Originally posted by saginawhorror View Post
      Got the first batch of the CD magazine slipcases in. 2 down 4 to go. They look really nice. Plus a really tiny copy of Darkfuse #1.
      " A room without books is like a body without a soul."
      - Cicero

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        The draft was fun but loonnngggg. It took about 4 1/2 hours for me and ended for everyone at around 5 hours. It was a 12 team 30 player/team auction style draft. Fun but crazy long and tedious.

        I've never played in a hockey league but that is probably pretty fun. I don't get to watch it as much as I used to though.

        Originally posted by TJCams View Post
        Fantasy league drafts are fun - I won a hockey pool like 6 years in a row that my buddy ran.
        Looking for the fonting of youth.

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          Originally posted by pennynutter View Post
          I'm jealous and happy for you all at the same time! I have been looking for issues 2 & 3. Please tell where you got them from.
          Ebay. Set me back 20 bucks.

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            Originally posted by pennynutter View Post
            Did your magazines fit into your slipcases? I'm finding I have to bend the magazine to get it in the slipcase and I'd rather not do that.
            Yeah. They fit comfortably. My other 4 came today. Managed to get 9 per case.

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              Hmmmm, I wonder what my problem is?
              Originally posted by saginawhorror View Post
              Yeah. They fit comfortably. My other 4 came today. Managed to get 9 per case.
              " A room without books is like a body without a soul."
              - Cicero

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                Originally posted by pennynutter View Post
                Hmmmm, I wonder what my problem is?
                Drop Mindy a line at order@cemeterydance.com about this issue. There were some sizing variations from a printer we used for a few issues that we forgot about when we designed these new slipcases. Replacement slipcases that fit those issues are already in production and Mindy will walk you through the return/replacement process. Sorry for the inconvenience!

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                  Originally posted by TJCams View Post
                  I haven't been to a concert in a long time..... Bon Jovi in Toronto in 2004 for the tour of the album Bounce. Unless you count sitting through a Justin Beiber concert with my wife and daughter in London, ON. Got to get to one though.....would love to see Coldplay
                  Last concert I went to was an oudoor Dave Matthews Band 2-night show, which was great. Just wish I'd have enough money to buy extra tickets to sell for a profit at the concert!

                  Saw Coldplay in concert a while ago with Rilo Kiley opening for them and was not impressed at all with the main concert. I liked Rilo Kiley more in the show. I think the problem was the venue though, as that concert was in the Target Center here in MN, which is a Basketball arena. Plus I was in the nosebleed seats. I am sure I would have enjoyed it more if I'd been on the ground floor, and definitely would have enjoyed it more if it was in a better venue for concerts. I refuse to ever go there again for a concert, that is for sure. Even if Dave Matthews, my favorite band, plays there again I won't go. They haven't played there in a long time, so they might be quite aware that place isn't good for concerts
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                    All is well with the world again; I forsee some restful nights ahead (after Monday's announcement--though that's merely a coincidence). After the low-life, cry-baby, belly-crawling idiots (about 1,400 individuals) of Irwindale CA complained about their town smelling of sriracha, a judge ordered the Huy Fong food company to shut down production of its popular "rooster sauce" for an indefinite period of time. However, the crisis is, at least, temporarily over. While shopping yesterday, I found a lone bottle of rooster sauce on the shelves in my local grocery store. The stocker said he has to replace the stock every hour or so because people keep asking for it.



                    I was only able to get one bottle, but it's enough...for now. The Irwindale City council has tabled the issue for now, but has put it one the schedule for later this year. Hpefully, cooler heads will prevail.

                    Happy spicing to all,
                    And to all a good night!

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                      Originally posted by RJK1981 View Post
                      Last concert I went to was an oudoor Dave Matthews Band 2-night show, which was great. Just wish I'd have enough money to buy extra tickets to sell for a profit at the concert!

                      Saw Coldplay in concert a while ago with Rilo Kiley opening for them and was not impressed at all with the main concert. I liked Rilo Kiley more in the show. I think the problem was the venue though, as that concert was in the Target Center here in MN, which is a Basketball arena. Plus I was in the nosebleed seats. I am sure I would have enjoyed it more if I'd been on the ground floor, and definitely would have enjoyed it more if it was in a better venue for concerts. I refuse to ever go there again for a concert, that is for sure. Even if Dave Matthews, my favorite band, plays there again I won't go. They haven't played there in a long time, so they might be quite aware that place isn't good for concerts
                      Aside from the venue.... did you like Coldplay? I have heard Chris Martin's vocals live are not very enjoyable, yet I saw a youtube video or Paradise at a stadium and it sounded good.

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                        RIP - John Pinette

                        Saw him as Caesar's Windsor last year and he was great! I love his stand up routines. One of funniest guys around. Died of a pulmonary embolism (blood clot in lung) on Sunday.

                        Which touches close to home, as my wife had one of those about 8 years ago, but she is fine now.

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                          Originally posted by TJCams View Post
                          RIP - John Pinette

                          Saw him as Caesar's Windsor last year and he was great! I love his stand up routines. One of funniest guys around. Died of a pulmonary embolism (blood clot in lung) on Sunday.

                          Which touches close to home, as my wife had one of those about 8 years ago, but she is fine now.
                          I was also shocked and saddened by this. He was a great comedian. Hopefully there is an endless Italian buffet with no lines waiting for him.
                          "Dance until your feet hurt. Sing until your lungs hurt. Act until you're William Hurt." - Phil Dunphy ("Modern Family"), from Phil's-osophy.

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                            Originally posted by TerryE View Post
                            I was also shocked and saddened by this. He was a great comedian. Hopefully there is an endless Italian buffet with no lines waiting for him.
                            That or a Chinese buffet.
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                              Working again this summer at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. Lots of good concerts already announced. Looking forward to the Jazz Fest, Kiss and Def Leopard, Chicago and REO Speedwagon, Motley Crue and a whole lot more. Only down side is we have to work Phish as well as a Dave Matthews show. The people that go to see both those bands can be some of the rudest to deal with.
                              Originally posted by TJCams View Post
                              I haven't been to a concert in a long time..... Bon Jovi in Toronto in 2004 for the tour of the album Bounce. Unless you count sitting through a Justin Beiber concert with my wife and daughter in London, ON. Got to get to one though.....would love to see Coldplay

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                                One of the good things about living across the river from Detroit, aside from cheap gas and groceries ( ) is the amount of events (concerts, pro sports, etc.) that are available are just outstanding. So many big capacity venues to choose from. Plus, the casino here and our "big" arena (6500 capacity for hockey) gets some decent shows too (Carrie Underwood, Elton John, plus bands like Guess Who, Hedley, 3 Days Grace have all played in little old Windsor, ON).

                                Back in the late '70s/early '80s my wife's Dad (father in law) had the lucky job of being an usher at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto (concerts, hockey games, conventions, etc.)

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