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(MLive.com)   Philatelist youth explains the appeal of postage stamp collecting to miillenials in Kalamazoo: "They got fish on them"   (mlive.com) divider line 13
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2012-10-14 10:03:19 AM
Philately will get you nowhere
 
2012-10-14 10:07:20 AM
One, it's nice to see that someone out there stilll collects stamps. Two, fish heads, fish heads, buckets full of fish heads...

/Maybe I should lay off the coffee?
 
2012-10-14 10:07:58 AM
What this has to do with Wii avatars, I have no idea.
 
2012-10-14 10:23:50 AM
Most people who philatelize with youths end up in prison, or the special hell at least.
 
2012-10-14 10:36:52 AM
Who needs a hobby like tennis or philately?
I've got a hobby re-reading Lady Chatterly.
 
2012-10-14 10:42:04 AM
When I was a kid, I thought my first day cover collection would make me rich one day. At least I've made worse investments since then.
 
2012-10-14 10:48:14 AM
Fewer i's and more n's, subby.
 
2012-10-14 11:21:31 AM
I didn't know they made Philateles equipment for kids.
 
2012-10-14 01:04:15 PM
"Jinkies, Mudhead!"
 
2012-10-14 01:51:08 PM
"You...want to see my butterfly collection?"

"Only if we were lepidopterists."

"Which we aren't, Mr. Smart Guy."

/flipped about for your reading pleasure
 
2012-10-14 02:13:23 PM
Collection seems to be something the generations before us did for fun. I can't understand why, things were harder to move around in those days and now they want to pass on their "investments" on to their children. Many of which don't even live in houses where they can store all that crap. I have nightmares of having to go through my father's stuff because I know that he has stuff left over from his parents and from THEIR parents as well. I may just douse the house in gas and watch it go up in flames.
 
2012-10-14 02:15:02 PM
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"He's got no more interest in the scientific side of things than I have. "

"Well, you didn't fool him telling him you were a philatelist, did you, Mr. Glitz?"

"PHILANTHROPIST, you ignorant dink. Didn't you learn nothin' in that remand home?"

"Well, whatever the word, he guessed that YOU weren't one."

"Don't I LOOK like a philanthropist?"

"Well, how do I know? I've never seen one."

"A philanthropist, my son, is someone who gives away all their grotzis out of the simple goodness of their heart."

"[without even a hint of pretense] Ah, you mean they're stupid. Ah, yeah, you probably do look like one, then."

"Get down that hole."
 
2012-10-14 05:56:24 PM

hogans: "He's got no more interest in the scientific side of things than I have. "

"Well, you didn't fool him telling him you were a philatelist, did you, Mr. Glitz?"

"PHILANTHROPIST, you ignorant dink. Didn't you learn nothin' in that remand home?"

"Well, whatever the word, he guessed that YOU weren't one."

"Don't I LOOK like a philanthropist?"

"Well, how do I know? I've never seen one."

"A philanthropist, my son, is someone who gives away all their grotzis out of the simple goodness of their heart."

"[without even a hint of pretense] Ah, you mean they're stupid. Ah, yeah, you probably do look like one, then."

"Get down that hole."


dibber and glitz are awesome

Whereas yours is a simple case of sociopathy, Dibber, my malaise is much more complex - "A deep-rooted maladjustment," my psychiatrist said, "brought on by a infantile inability to come to terms with the more pertinent, concrete aspects of life."
 
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