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19 May 2007 02:58 #2287 by Jon
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Once again, thaks for a good tip.

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19 May 2007 04:43 #2288 by Bylar
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o by the way everyone, i make custom tabbords, my materials are limited and when these are gone... i havn't found a new source for the materials yet so availability is very limited. i have materials for 2 sets of dark green, 5 of the dark brown, 1 dark blue, and red, but the red are made of the material that has a ribbon all along the side and i have not made any red as of yet. takes about 2 weeks to make a set and the cost to me is 60 bucks, so if its not too much to ask, i would like 10 bucks extra for my labor, so a total of 70 us dollars. it takes 2 weeks cause i have to hand sew these and after i sell a few i can buy a sewing machine lol.
my daughter is on the left and me and my son are on the right. these are pics of us at a recent tucson fan force event for the Susan G. Komen breast cancer research foundation.
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13 Jun 2007 23:28 #3250 by Amras
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Well, I found it. I was at the Mall o' Georgia and found a sticker \" May The Force Be With You\".
Right on the bumper.
( I also got a cap embroidered with simply ' Jedi ', I've gotten some interesting looks.........lol.....)
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18 Jun 2007 01:29 #3342 by ryutheblade
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nice, very cool, sadly i am in uniform so often i don't get a chance to wear cool very often.

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18 Jun 2007 20:25 #3349 by Whiteknight
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I just wear basic casual clothes. I really can't see myself wearing Robes. Just isn't my thing. But it would depend on the robes and whether i was doing jedi related stuff.

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21 Jun 2007 00:31 #3412 by Amras
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What I am going to do, I found brown 100% Cotton hooded zip sweat tops (hoodies) and am going to get one a size or two bigger that just my 'usual' size.
I will have to post a pic when I get the outfit together, along with some khaki BDU pants.
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27 Jun 2007 23:22 #3576 by KieranHalcyon
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I keep a Jedi sticker on my car, and am contemplating getting the star tattooed on my back.

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27 Jun 2007 23:27 #3577 by KieranHalcyon
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Lenny wrote:

This is an item suited to everyday wear. I would gladly pay for and wear one with pride. Does anyone know of a place that can fab something like this...that is if we agreed and a design accepted by the group. Just a thought.

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Yeah, I guy that comes to the gym is a jeweler. I can show him a the pic, and maybe he can help us.

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28 Jun 2007 18:09 - 15 Jan 2009 21:50 #3590 by Garm
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That would be great, there are many jewelers here that could create a ring for us, but with my being the only Canadian member to my knowledge, it would be smarter to have them made in the USA. Better for the majority that way.
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28 Jun 2007 18:19 #3591 by Serric
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Actually Hesinraca and I have been talking about this and since he is a metal worker (or something like that), once a design is settled upon by a majority of the members, he can get to work on a mold or something.

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