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Auction Watch #319

Examining Interesting MUSCLE AuctionsProper verses improper listings, a Class A listing, and a SC-4pack.

I guess I didn’t need to write all those words. I just covered it.

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Momentous M.U.S.C.L.E. – Darrin Vindiola

Darrin Vindiola Momentous MUSCLECertain people and events had a momentous influence on modern M.U.S.C.L.E. collecting. Momentous M.U.S.C.L.E. will attempt to interview those individuals and capture some of those now-forgotten moments. This installment features Darrin Vindiola.

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Stir Up Saturday – More Words, Less Gifs

Looking Back at MUSCLEThis seemed like the right gif for this SUS’ title.

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Epilogue – Week of January 17th

If the University of M.U.S.C.L.E. has been constructed in the style of a college or university, then these weekly posts should be thought of as the thing on campus covered with posters, stickers, and announcements.

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Auction Watch #318

Examining M.U.S.C.L.E. eBay AuctionsLooking at last week’s auction made me think things had changed, but maybe the three new listings prove things haven’t changed too much.

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Monday Morning M.U.S.C.L.E. Musings #144

If Professor Terry isn’t careful, then we’re going to think he has fully returned to MMMM. This week Professor Terry has decided to showcase the Spice Seed figures.

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Stir Up Saturday – Where Were We?

Stir Up Saturday MUSCLELots of posts, but can you find the two Fonzie pictures?

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Auction Watch #317

Auction Watch used to be easy to write. Now it feels more difficult to write each time.

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The 13 Year Silver Claw Story

Still my favorite #153 pictures – even if the gif sucks.

Here’s the story of my Purple #153 that spent 13 years, with me, stuck in silver boat paint.

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Epilogue – Week of January 3rd

If the University of M.U.S.C.L.E. has been constructed in the style of a college or university, then these weekly posts should be thought of as the thing on campus covered with posters, stickers, and announcements.

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