[BROG] Fill ‘er up!!

Posted by Erik Sjoen 
Erik Sjoen (Admin)
Moving is SOOOOO much fun...

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bt1
Oh shit! Hope you were going 30mph or less. I'd be shitting myself with that load behind me.
Are you leaving the Richmond District??
It's the Toy ArK! Two of every kind, hurry it up now, git in, before the hippie storm hits. ;0)
I hope your move in the FJ Cruiser wasn't like this: [www.4wheeloffroad.com]

Love shots like that Erik. Totally spectacular death garunteed as soon as some bluehair pulls her 70s Caddy out in front of you. Yaaarrrgghh!

What I'd really love to see is the looks on the faces of a bunch of kids in the minivan next to you in traffic, seeing a big dude, with colorful awesome toys to the roof driving along.



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 05/27/2011 10:38PM by repairtechjon.
josh fraser (Moderator)
I wish you had a shot of nothing but your blow up dolls in the back.
Erik Sjoen (Admin)
ChrisM Wrote:
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> Are you leaving the Richmond District??

I would NEVER. Richmond for life! Just relocating the toys offsite... ;(

If you do the numbers, I had the most expensive storage unit per sq ft out of anyone I know. They are stored and safer now. Bitter sweet I suppose.

So, now I can start buying things over or three times as I won't be able to easily access what I DO have. ;)
Erik Sjoen (Admin)
josh fraser Wrote:
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> I wish you had a shot of nothing but your blow up
> dolls in the back.

You're sick man. Sick...
Erik Sjoen Wrote:
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> josh fraser Wrote:
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> > I wish you had a shot of nothing but your blow up
> > dolls in the back.
>
> You're sick man. Sick...


That won't work on our carpools...anymore.



Snap photos in your storage - have them on your laptop or online in Evernote (free) - know what's there.
You guys...
I strongly recommend inventorying what you put in storage, with photos, and getting insurance. My friend had a huge toy collection in storage and someone broke into his storage unit and robbed him. I happened to see one thing I knew was his on eBay and the cops tracked down the perpetrator, but he only got like 3/4 of it back. Much of it had already been sent overseas.

-Ginrai
Golden Gate Riot on dead trees at: [www.destroyallcomics.com]
Erik Sjoen (Admin)
Ginrai Wrote:
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> I strongly recommend inventorying what you put in
> storage, with photos, and getting insurance. My
> friend had a huge toy collection in storage and
> someone broke into his storage unit and robbed
> him. I happened to see one thing I knew was his on
> eBay and the cops tracked down the perpetrator,
> but he only got like 3/4 of it back. Much of it
> had already been sent overseas.

I would never put my collection in a storage unit. It's going to a very, very safe place. Insured by Bay Alarm / Smith and Wesson.
Sanjeev (Admin)
Erik Sjoen Wrote:
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> It's going to a very, very safe place. Insured by...
> Smith and Wesson.

Gods bless you, sir.
Erik Sjoen Wrote:
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> I would never put my collection in a storage unit.
> It's going to a very, very safe place. Insured by
> Bay Alarm / Smith and Wesson.

Prison cell? ;D
Haha, as long as Smith & Wesson doesn't refer to a Gunrobo!

-Ginrai
Golden Gate Riot on dead trees at: [www.destroyallcomics.com]
cae
Oh, man.

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hassenpfeffer
Oh man. I've done this a few times, with each move less space was available and it drove me nuts for awhile. It used to be that I could display the whole thing, now it's more like 20%. I know these guys will be safe but damn, what a pain.
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