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Stuntriding on ice in Finland. Riding with sportbikes on ice is very hard and doing wheelies and tricks on ice is just for professionals! Enjoy it!


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Showing part of my Date Nail Collection


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The very rare C64 Plug and Play by Mammoth Toys. Found at a local Thrift Store for 5$. Online prices vary from 60$ all the way to 1000$.


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ASCiiWARE Portable Carry-All Deluxe for the original Game Boy. Found at a collectables shop for 5$, standard eBay pricing: 30$


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The President Is Missing! Early IBM DOS Game from 1988. Found at a local Thrift Store for 1$


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Sealed mint condition copy of The Even More Incredible Machine bought at a local Thrift Store for 50 cents. 1/100th the usual eBay price.


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Dr. Retro's Video Game Collection Tour


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Just updated my gear to a Trice Libtech 161.5 pointy board and Rome Targa Bindings for the new snow season. Woooohooooo. Been wanting this board for a long time. this winter should be a lot of fun!!!


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Coral Castle - Rock Gate Park Complete Writings of Edward Leedskalnin collection


  • Claude Grecea − Brag Book − Diff

  • alin grecea - Hey man where did you get the books.? I was looking for them for a while i found some pdfs online. But how did you get them?

  • David Larsen - Claude I looked up some info on Edward and what an interesting fellow - I sure would like to read some of these
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MusicOz~People's Choice Award. May 2012


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Spray painted my Xbox 360 controller back in 2010. It's a nice blue with some glitters in it to add a sparkling effect and looks really nice :)


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This is when I received the 'People's Choice' Award at the MusicOz Awards 15th May 2012, thanks to all my supporters!


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Australia's Got Talent 2011 Audition show 1 Sixteen year country boy Chooka makes up a piano song on the spot.


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Receiving the MusicaOz People's Choice Award


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'In Memory of Grandad' by Chooka Parker ~Dirt Music Festival 2012 - Unedited


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Chooka Parker interview with Today Tonight Channel 7 Australia's Got Talent 2011.


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I was invited as special guest back to Australia's Got Talent to perform during the Semi-Finals for the 2012 season.


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This is my Final's piece (edited though by the show)...the full version is Grandad's Song or 'In Memory of Grandad'


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2011 Semi Finals in Australia's Got Talent!


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The stars of "King of the Hill"


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Picked up these recenty to expand my NES collection. Marble Madness, Super Mario Bros. 1, Super Mario Bros. 3, Track&field II, Tennis, Soccer, Pinbot, Adventures in the magic kingdom and a lot more :)


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I went to see Joe Rogan in New Brunswick, NJ - Real Funny!


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This is my Hot Wheels Back to the Future Delorean from the 2011 San Diego Comic Con.


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Just arranged my World of Nintendo Cabinet! It contains a lot of iconic pieces from Nintendo's early days.


  • Andrew − Brag Book − Video Game Collection

  • Menno van der Krift - That's a neat looking cabinet filled with Nintendo goodness :DWould love to get my hands on that NES toploader one day haha, cewl to see some Game

  • Matt - That Robot saved the video game market. Back in the early 1980s, systems like coleco vision and Atari crashed the market. Nintendo saved it with a robot that made video games appeal to kids again.

  • Andrew - Only 2 NES games were ever released that used it. You had to control it to pick up objects and place them back down in order to progress in the game!
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my gameroom.


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