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Old 01-14-2015, 05:32 PM
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Star Trek Kit collection on Fee Bay.

I remember all this stuff and had most of it.

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Old 01-14-2015, 06:05 PM
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I had the disk shooting gun only. I don't even remember the helmet!
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Old 01-14-2015, 06:51 PM
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I'm still looking for the PJ's I had as a kid. Black bottoms with either a yellow, blue or red shirt. I had the blue shirt, my older brother had the yellow shirt. My younger brother had the red shirt and we teased him that he was gonna die!
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Old 01-14-2015, 07:22 PM
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I'm still looking for the PJ's I had as a kid. Black bottoms with either a yellow, blue or red shirt. I had the blue shirt, my older brother had the yellow shirt. My younger brother had the red shirt and we teased him that he was gonna die!


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I got sent to see the priest in grade school for suggesting that the disc shooters would be handy for serving Communion. There was a hallway that led to the priests house that was full of old envelopes that we occasionally had to harvest stamps from. I went over in the hallway, sat down on a pallet of envelopes, and went through the piles looking for stamps I needed, then walked back to class looking like I'd been read the riot act. No one bothered to check up on me. I pulled that dodge two or three times. Never got caught.
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Somebody really wants that utility belt
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I got sent to see the priest in grade school for suggesting that the disc shooters would be handy for serving Communion.



Now THAT'S funny!

My brother and I played Communion once, but instead of a wafer I put a whole grape Fizzie on his tongue. I then ran like heII.
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Old 01-14-2015, 09:00 PM
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Dude. It's a UTILITY BELT! Who doesn't want one? Geez, I got excited when fanny packs were in style.
My daughter.........much less so.
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Now THAT'S funny!

My brother and I played Communion once, but instead of a wafer I put a whole grape Fizzie on his tongue. I then ran like heII.

I was notorious for whacking people in the throat with the paddle when I served. I mastered the "I'm innocent" look, but I don't think I fooled anyone.
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Back in 1967-68, I got the Enterprise and Klingon plastic model kits that had lights. Powered by 2 consealed AA batteries, they looked pretty cool in the dark. To turn on the Enterprise's lights you turned the main dish, the batteries were behind it. I don't remember how the Kilingon ship worked except that the batteries went on top at the back dead center of the main body.

I have no clue what happened to all the things I built as a kid. At some point most of my models disappeared, possibly through a random worm hole that appeared in my bedroom while I was at college.

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