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Old 08-11-2014, 04:51 PM   #20371
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2nd Edition coffee mugs

My heart has been a twitter since learning that my initial investments in the original RVM coffee mugs are safe and sound. I knew that thoughtful judgment would prevail in this situation. I shall inform my children to give the mugs a special place in THEIR china cupboards so that the legacy of the mugs will continue for generations. Long live the Grand Pobaah. Long live mutantdom.

That's all I have to say about that.
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Old 08-11-2014, 05:07 PM   #20372
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My heart has been a twitter since learning that my initial investments in the original RVM coffee mugs are safe and sound. I knew that thoughtful judgment would prevail in this situation. I shall inform my children to give the mugs a special place in THEIR china cupboards so that the legacy of the mugs will continue for generations. Long live the Grand Pobaah. Long live mutantdom.

That's all I have to say about that.
Steve - for once we have gotten in on the ground floor!
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Old 08-11-2014, 05:10 PM   #20373
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Woo hoo I made money on something I bought for coffee. I use it almost every day.
I use mine pretty often too. Can't wait to get it out on the rainbow for "official use"!
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Old 08-11-2014, 05:15 PM   #20374
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We haven't used ours. We are waiting for the stock to go skyrocketing. Then we'll sell if the price is right.
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Old 08-11-2014, 05:22 PM   #20375
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I thought the 'official use" was for coffee....
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We haven't used ours. We are waiting for the stock to go skyrocketing. Then we'll sell if the price is right.
You'd sell your original RVM mug?
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I thought the 'official use" was for coffee....
Indeed - but out on the rainbow comstitites OFFICIAL use. 🌠 LOL
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You'd sell your original RVM mug?
Wayne would sell Tims granny.
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Wayne would sell Tims granny.
The key words would be, "if the price were right." I mean come on, if some one wants to finance a Prevost by purchasing a mug? Would you? (No lies now.)

Is Tim'g granny for sale? Hmm! maybe a swap is in order.
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Old 08-11-2014, 05:51 PM   #20380
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I wouldn't want a prevost... too big... too scary....too many fancy components to go wrong. I want/ have something I am comfortable driving,& setting up. Ok, I'm not comfortable hitching and unhitching the trailer for the plane yet, nor starting the generator that sometimes rides on the rack in back.... yet. But Honey just fits the bill for this point in time, and Iffin I could get my butt smaller, the small bed wouldn't bug me either....
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Wayne would sell Tims granny.
What Granny drinks would probably melt one of them cups!
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The key words would be, "if the price were right." I mean come on, if some one wants to finance a Prevost by purchasing a mug? Would you? (No lies now.)

Is Tim'g granny for sale? Hmm! maybe a swap is in order.
All of this is really just fluff... covering up the fact that have not broken in your Mutant Mugs. That's just appalling. When the shipment came in, I couldn't wait to use mine. I know others felt the same way. Are you made of jelly belly and stone man? Have you feelings.
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My heart has been a twitter since learning that my initial investments in the original RVM coffee mugs are safe and sound. I knew that thoughtful judgment would prevail in this situation. I shall inform my children to give the mugs a special place in THEIR china cupboards so that the legacy of the mugs will continue for generations. Long live the Grand Pobaah. Long live mutantdom.

That's all I have to say about that.

Thanks, Steve!
I hope I can live up to your wishes to live long. 😇 I wish the same for aaaallll of RVMdom!!! 😀
We have the first RVM mugs out of the box after Steve and Annie, I believe. Ours have had 4 solid months of use out on the Rainbow for coffee and other....um....beverages. 😜
Such use has added a value-bumping layer of patina on them, so we will need to list them as bequeathments very soon, and keep them in Gwen's safe!
Nola says her ashes will be therein eternally at rest.
On the other hand, what would two original RVM1 mugs be worth today?😉
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Thanks, Steve!
I hope I can live up to your wishes to live long. 😇 I wish the same for aaaallll of RVMdom!!! 😀
We have the first RVM mugs out of the box after Steve and Annie, I believe. Ours have had 4 solid months of use for coffee and other....um....beverages. 😜
Such use has added a value-bumping layer of patina on them, so we will need to list them as bequeathments very soon, and keep them in Gwen's safe!
On the other hand, what would to original RVM1 mugs be worth today?😉

You've all just reminded me: I need to carefully and in a beautiful hand inscribe my official RVM number on my precious first edition mugs! How could I have been so lax as to overlook this important step?!!

Now to find a beautiful hand. Not mine, fer sher!

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