Monday, June 20, 2005

The Museum of Toys

As requested by that "Juptin" guy, here are some pictures of my vast toy collection.


My oversized collection of tat, in its full glory.


A happy Halo family. The Master Chief and attendant Spartan homies, plus one of the developmentally disabled Human Marines, a lovable Grunt and a chunky Elite.


Earthworm Jim! Through the soil he did crawl! Also Mulder & Scully, Robocop, some Quake marines, and a still-packaged Jesus Christ, probably "inspired" by Kevin Smith's Buddy Christ.


A couple of old Mister T figures which I had long before it was cool to ironically worship Mister T. This means I am better than you.


My childhood collection of Dr. Who guys. Note my rubbish taste in the Doctor's companions. Except for K-9, he was fuckin` harsh.


A selection of gorgeous Star Wars vehicles made by Micro Machines. Some of these have recently been re-released by Hasbro, but tragically lacking the tiny little pilot figures who could sit in the cockpits.


The baddest motherfucker in all of Middle Earth.


"Get away from her, you BITCH." Ripley tears the Alien Queen a new ovipositor. Mars Attacks Martian tries not to get involved.


It's just a flesh wound.


He-Man and Skeletor, plus Destro and a Cobra soldier guy. Cobra Commander has passed out.


Some of my Lego stormtrooper army, acquired via the magic of ebay.

There, I hope you enjoyed that. If you didn't you really should have, you ungrateful bunch of bastards. There's tons more to see but my uploading gland is aching after all that hardcore mouse clicking, so I'll save the rest for another day.

In other news, I've been reading about this "Freedom Awards" thing that celebrates FREEDOM of expression by way of presenting AWARDS to blog authors who go above and beyond the call of duty to whinge about how George Bush is evil and stupid. I think I should win an award for putting up with those people trying to pass off base political observations as PROFOUND INSIGHTS. I will accept this award in the form of a functioning solid gold space shuttle or a bottomless barrel of chocolate eclairs.

2 comments:

Juptin said...

Just think, if it wasn't for you and your Museum of toys there would not be a need for the large scale manufacturing of plastic, thus you are personally responsible for the destruction of our Planet.

You are also responsible for third World poverty and child slave labour as armless legless bodiless dwarves are employed for three beatings a day to carve a plastic man with the sharpened bones of their worked to death parents.

An if you gave all the money you spent on those toys to charity no people in the World would be going to bed hungry at night.

I hope you’re pleased with yourself.

:)

Billy Bullshot said...

That's a bit harsh.