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The incredible shrinking Max

Clive Maxfield
4/13/2011 04:16 PM EDT

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Max The Magnificent   4/20/2011 7:37:09 PM
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Wouldn't it be strange if everyone had one on their desk...

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Dark_Faust   4/15/2011 7:19:58 PM
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Will I be able to get a mini-Max at DAC? It would be a great handout. :)

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Max The Magnificent   4/13/2011 9:48:54 PM
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What, you want my figurine to appear in your movie? :-) PS that's a really cool pic you have there Brian

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Max The Magnificent   4/13/2011 9:47:58 PM
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You betcha! :-)

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Brian Fuller2   4/13/2011 5:40:21 PM
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Max, I have been looking for something like this for an upcoming video project. This is perfect! I can't wait to see "Max the Min-ificent"...!

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dorecchio   4/13/2011 5:02:38 PM
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Entertaining post Max. When you have your figurine made, please post a picture. I recall when my children were small, whenever they would watch a super hero cartoon on the television, they would want to purchase the figurine and play with them. Now they could have a "Super Dad"!

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Max The Magnificent   4/13/2011 4:31:07 PM
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I just told some of the other guys in the office about this, and they said that they would be really interested to see how this came out. Also, now I'm thinking about it, I might be tempted to re-touch my photos before uploading so I end up with a full head of hair (grin)

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