I gotta watch it again for more comments on stuff I'm forgetting, but off the top of my head...
The trucker cap was the last thing I threw in there. I have like 40 different ones with really dumb sayings on them. It was almost a t-shirt, but the cap had more attitude.
The Penguins comic is signed by the writer and artist (or artist and inker, something like that...), but they put the wrong name on it. There was a long line. The other book is signed by the writer.
That was a pack of Marvel Pogs. Pogs are cool, just ask Millhouse.
All the autographs are real and I personally acquired them myself. Shit, did I just use plural autographs? I hope I'm not spoiling tomorrows episode too much.
The Avengers ID cards are made by me. I used to sell them in my shop. Besides my personal sets, all I had left as extras were the Iron Man, Cap, and Thor. They are pretty sweet, I will admit.
All flashing toys must be used. You know I like the flashing stuff.
The Token figurine is funny cause I got three of him in a row out of a coin machine at the mall at Crenshaw and MLK. The friend I was with (Who is black) couldn't stop laughing at how racist that was. I thought it was pretty funny as well.
I love BevMo and shop there twice a week. Good prices, great selection, and always something new to try. If there's any other drinks you want, let me know.
You're way off on the price of that DVD. It was found at the 99 Cent store! There was also a single disc, best of Rampage Jackson one, but it looked shitty.
I'm glad you enjoyed the stuff. That's the kind of package I send to friends on their birthdays. Full of goofy stuff with some hidden awesome in there.
Is it tomorrow yet?
Oh Shit! I originally had written 'We Have Explosive!' and 'Danger - High Voltage' all over the box but the post office made me open the box back up and repack it all. Gee... I wonder why?
(edited by Cerebus on 17.4.12 0301) Forget it Josh... it's Cerebustown.
Zed, for some reason I expect to hear the national anthem of some small "Somethingslovakia" type country every time I open that image. As for you Pieman? It takes a special kind of courage to admit owning that...much less wearing it. Kudos.