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 Post subject: "Dedicated" Collectors
PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2012 11:44 pm 
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In any event or manifestation, it's a different version than the one previously available therefore the collector tribe will have to buy multiples. And if it is an expanded version of the photos already supplied, all to the good. They looked like great photos.

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 Post subject: Re: PJ20 Deluxe Extras
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Guys, the personal collections section at PJCollectors.com will fuck you up.

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Guys, the personal collections section at PJCollectors.com will fuck you up.


My pal paul over there has the most badass pj collection you have ever seen. Hes got everything in multiples and a ton of stuff we've never even heard about. He's a cool guy too.

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¡B! wrote:
Guys, the personal collections section at PJCollectors.com will fuck you up.


My pal paul over there has the most badass pj collection you have ever seen. Hes got everything in multiples and a ton of stuff we've never even heard about. He's a cool guy too.

Is he the PJ Show guy?

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 Post subject: Re: PJ20 Deluxe Extras
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I can't remember the name, but when I interviewed Victor for the website I asked who had the most impressive collection. He said there was a guy who had "everything that we know exists."

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 Post subject: Re: PJ20 Deluxe Extras
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If I'm not wrong, his name was Paul... I'm not sure about it...

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 Post subject: Re: PJ20 Deluxe Extras
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Here it is. I don't have a real name, just a username.

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HOW EXTENSIVE IS YOUR PEARL JAM COLLECTION?
Not too big compared to others. About 1200 items (cds, vinyls, etc) and 250 posters. But the best part of this illness is the community we created with the PjCollectors.com website and the friends I've made around the world. By the way ... I'd like to say THANK YOU again to all the people that support or are part of the PjCollectors.com community. You rock!

WAIT. THAT'S OVER 1400 ITEMS AND IT'S "NOT TOO BIG?" WHAT'S THE BIGGEST COLLECTION?
There is a user on our forum known as Bu$hleaguer. I'm pretty sure he has almost everything that we know exists.

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that kind of stuff creeps me out. not just pearl jam obsessions, but any obsession where people collect only that stuff.


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 Post subject: Re: PJ20 Deluxe Extras
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that kind of stuff creeps me out. not just pearl jam obsessions, but any obsession where people collect only that stuff.

yeah. that and collecting music and not listening to it.

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 Post subject: Re: PJ20 Deluxe Extras
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warehouse wrote:
bodysnatcher wrote:
that kind of stuff creeps me out. not just pearl jam obsessions, but any obsession where people collect only that stuff.

yeah. that and collecting music and not listening to it.


I just had a squizz at the personal collections on that forum and saw THIS. It's quite impressive and a little bit unsettling......

http://lnx.pjcollectors.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=637&start=15


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dumbcharger wrote:
warehouse wrote:
bodysnatcher wrote:
that kind of stuff creeps me out. not just pearl jam obsessions, but any obsession where people collect only that stuff.

yeah. that and collecting music and not listening to it.


I just had a squizz at the personal collections on that forum and saw THIS. It's quite impressive and a little bit unsettling......

http://lnx.pjcollectors.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=637&start=15




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 Post subject: Re: PJ20 Deluxe Extras
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Twenty copies of Avocado.

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Twenty copies of Avocado.


And yet still a virgin.


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 Post subject: Re: PJ20 Deluxe Extras
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dumbcharger wrote:
liamdog7 wrote:
Twenty copies of Avocado.


And yet still a virgin.


$100 says that the room that holds his collection has a "Garden of Stone" sign above the doorway


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Dude, if that jam jar ever breaks, it's going to be a serious hazmat situation.

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Dude, if that jam jar ever breaks, it's going to be a serious hazmat situation.

Will need a black light for sure.

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 Post subject: Re: "Dedicated" Collectors
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Jesus, what a breath-taking waste of time and money.


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 Post subject: Re: "Dedicated" Collectors
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¡B! wrote:
Here it is. I don't have a real name, just a username.

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HOW EXTENSIVE IS YOUR PEARL JAM COLLECTION?
Not too big compared to others. About 1200 items (cds, vinyls, etc) and 250 posters. But the best part of this illness is the community we created with the PjCollectors.com website and the friends I've made around the world. By the way ... I'd like to say THANK YOU again to all the people that support or are part of the PjCollectors.com community. You rock!

WAIT. THAT'S OVER 1400 ITEMS AND IT'S "NOT TOO BIG?" WHAT'S THE BIGGEST COLLECTION?
There is a user on our forum known as Bu$hleaguer. I'm pretty sure he has almost everything that we know exists.

Oh right, it appears this Paul fellow is the same guy. I found this in a Benaroya vinyl thread....

bu$hleaguer wrote:
I'm one of those insane obsessive collectors with four copies...

Opened copy - #1002
Sealed copy - #0223
Promo copy - #P040
Sealed Unnumbered Proof

8)

Seems like a bit of an understatement now....... :lol:

I'm always impressed by at least some aspect of a persons total dedication to a single thing in their life regardless of what it may be.


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oh you know just some lives well lived is all

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PLEASE SOMEONE HELP ME TO FIND A VEDDER WALLET

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