Thread: what do you collect?

    • 7 years 3 months ago
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    CDs and Fossils.
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      • 7 years 3 months ago
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      bodies
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        • 7 years 3 months ago
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        These:
        Check out my Transformer, G.I.Joe, and 80's popular culture museum

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          • 6 years 6 months ago
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          i collect coins, my oldest is 400 B.C and my most valuable is an 1858 flying eagle cent. i also collect old books, anything with an old date and artefacts
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            Wow, this thread has been around for awhile. I still collect video games, just like I said in my post 4 years ago.
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              • 6 years 6 months ago
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              Quote by XNoTriggerX
              i collect coins, my oldest is 400 B.C and my most valuable is an 1858 flying eagle cent. i also collect old books, anything with an old date and artefacts


              How do you know it's from 400 B.C.?
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                • 6 years 6 months ago
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                Michael Jackson ANYTHING. Even before he passed.
                "I'll put trademarks around your fuc#*ing eyes!" - Sonny Carson from "The Education of Sonny Carson"
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                  • 6 years 5 months ago
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                  i collect dolls like american girl dolls
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                      • 6 years 5 months ago
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                      Transformers, Gi Joe and He-man
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                        • 6 years 1 month ago
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                        dolphins
                        NASCAR stuff
                        Steelers
                        NY Giants
                        certain stuffed animals
                        stickers
                        keychains
                        flavored lip balms
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                        thanks Debbie

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                          • 6 years 29 days ago
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                          I collect all kinds of Batman and Star Wars merch (for SW lately it's been mainly comics and novels).
                          I also collect all kinds of retro-toys I can get my hands on and have quite a collection of Lanard's S.T.A.R. Force and Chap Mei figures.
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                            • 6 years 22 days ago
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                            16mm Films. Feature Length Films, Cartoons, Shorts etc. It can be rather expensive but for me it is worth it.
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                              • 6 years 21 days ago
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                              -Sega Genesis games, systems, controllers, and other memorabilia.


                              -Star Wars figures and other memorabilia--though I haven't really bought much in the way of Star Wars since Revenge Of The Sith, though the one big thing I'd still like to get my hands on is a Red Darth Vader Force FX Light Saber. I've been a Star Wars fan since I was 11 and my favorite characters are Vader, Boba Fett, and R2-D2. Stormtroopers also kick ass even though they could never hit the broad side of a barn.


                              -DVD's...lol He who has the most DVD's when they die wins!! I think I'm up to 120+ now. I've been obsessed with DVD's since my family bought our first DVD player back in 2004. Our very first DVD was Daddy Day Care which we still have. My first DVD that I ever bought was Predator. That movie is awesome. "What the hell are you?" Some of my favorite movies are the original Star Wars Trilogy, Aliens, Terminator 2, The Lion King, The Secret Of NIMH, Dumb and Dumber, Billy Madison, and Happy Gilmore.


                              -Music--Whether it's CDs, Vinyls, or even MP3s I also have a ton of music. My favorite bands and singers are Korn, Limp Bizkit, Kiss, Bjork, and Pink Floyd. What a variety, eh? I just started collecting vinyl records with my mom and my aunt last summer and I'm probably up to between 30 and 40 LPs and like 15 singles (45s). My favorite albums in this collection include Destroyer (Kiss), The Wall (Pink Floyd), The Nightfly (Donald Fagan), Escape (Journey), and The Red and Blue Albums (The Beatles).


                              -Action Figures and other miscellaneous toys--Besides my Star Wars figures which since I've moved I'm still looking for a decent place to display them, I also collect various toys that I used to like as a kid or represent my youth in the late 80's through the 90's. I have a whole retro shelf in my room devoted to Transformers, G.I. Joe's, Hot Wheels, KISS, Spider-Man, Power Rangers, Ninja Turtles, and Smurfs.

                              I'm so glad I've been able to embrace my inner child again and I've never really grown up. Sometimes I still feel like that nine year old little boy I used to be still playing Sega Genesis, watching Sonic The Hedgehog (SatAM), and collecting and playing with Hot Wheels and various Action Figures. I guess it really is a comfort zone. It reminds me of a time when life didn't suck so much.
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                                • 6 years 20 days ago
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                                Ex-rental VHS tapes.
                                I can't think of anything worth putting as a signature.
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                                  • 6 years 19 days ago
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                                  I have just started collecting Lego, as well as still collecting DVD's and video games, like I said in an earlier post.
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                                    • 6 years 19 days ago
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                                    Jordan sneakers, and gaming consoles
                                      • 5 years 9 months ago
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                                      Hot Wheels(old and new),Music Cds(Metal,Punk mostly the 80s and 90s bands),Vintage comics,SNES and Genesis games and thats it.
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                                        • 5 years 9 months ago
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                                        Still doing VHS, SNES, Genesis, Gamecube, classic CD PC games, and Playstation 1. Will do Cassette Tapes in the long run, but not now.

                                        However I have no intention of doing 16mm film, but I possibly might do vinyl around 2014 or 2015.
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                                          • 5 years 8 months ago
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                                          I used to collect all retro gaming consoles, games and accessories (ex: Atari, NES, SNES, SMS, Genesis, TG-16, Coleco, Gameboy, etc.) in hopes of having my own classic gaming "museum", but sold a good portion of my collection on eBay thinking that I wanted to sell them instead of collect them. Now I miss my collection and someday soon want to start collecting them again!
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