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I just had to have Jor-El

OldLegoOldLego Member Posts: 28
edited June 2013 in Collecting
I kept holding back...knowing I wanted it. Did really good for awhile...I mean I'm probably out $1000 in the last couple months.

Guess I'll be begging forgiveness again. Bought #42000 to get the Jor-El


  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 Member Posts: 11,454
    Out $1000???
  • JosephJoseph Member Posts: 629
    So, what is the point of this thread? (Not trying to be rude, just genuinely curious.)
  • RennyRenny Member Posts: 1,145
    If you wanted one so badly why not just buy one on Brick Link or Ebay for around $15?
  • CoolsplashCoolsplash Member Posts: 935
    Is this available for $15 @Renny?
  • PoochyPoochy Member Posts: 479
    ^ Yes, here's an example (not my auction as I don't have a single Jor-El, yet):
  • OldLegoOldLego Member Posts: 28
    sorry...just wanted an excuse to get another lego. There is no purpose...but it was a buying topic I guess?
  • dougtsdougts Member Posts: 4,110
  • MatthewMatthew Administrator Posts: 3,714
    As you have said yourself, there is no point to this discussion. I'll close it, as this isn't a personal blog, we only really encourage topics which generate some interesting discussion. Thanks for your co-operation.
  • rocaorocao Administrator Posts: 4,290
    I'm not meaning to come across as pedantic, but it's worth noting that it usually doesn't take much to make a thread conform. For example, the following are less like personal announcements and encourage discussion: "Did you make a superfluous purchase just to get a free Jor-El?" "What methods are you employing to obtain Jor-El?"
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