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    Issue 7 just around the corner

    Just waiting to get it back from the printers to start sending out. A lot of work has gone into this one...

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    Just back from print. Absolutely stocked with how this one turned out!

    The growing family pic:

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    pretty stoked how they have all turned out so far, well done

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    Hey, Mike, just a thought on your own personal binder, remember that Knifemaker who was making the really cool sci fi style swords and blades from around the turn of the century?(Melb. Guild shows), he also bound up leather necronomicon style books, maybe an alcohol infused quiet word to him might get you a cool binder,

    or better yet, 2 binders, one for a giveaway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarrabah View Post
    Hey, Mike, just a thought on your own personal binder, remember that Knifemaker who was making the really cool sci fi style swords and blades from around the turn of the century?(Melb. Guild shows), he also bound up leather necronomicon style books, maybe an alcohol infused quiet word to him might get you a cool binder,

    or better yet, 2 binders, one for a giveaway
    Are you talking about Chris? The guy who made the cool Indian tomahawks etc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KnifeKnut View Post
    Are you talking about Chris? The guy who made the cool Indian tomahawks etc?
    Nope, not Chris, possibly Paul????, PDR might know him from way back when?

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    Paul Maffi?
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    Received mine today.
    As an aside, I found out where my 2 missing issues went, apparently my postie can't read...my mail has been going to the right number, wrong street as I was delivered a reg parcel for a different address. She had a bunch of mail including the 2 back issues I'd been missing as well as a pile of other mail. (Wtf didn't she bring my mail to me I don't know...)
    Ripped the postie a new one, reported him to his dpo manager, and hopefully won't happen again.

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    " Wtf " didn't she bring my mail to me i don't know. I think i can answer that. Today's society abounding with selfish, ignorant, entitled people, with no consideration for any one around them. Just travel on public transport. We used to live in communities where people looked out for one another, no one knows who there neighbors are any more. My mother had a saying " the only thing common about common sense is, it is not very common. Glad you got your mail and mags eventually.

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