|Bay Park Buzzy|
Joined: Apr 07, 2006
From: West Bay Park, San Diego, CA
|Posted: 2009-12-31 6:17 pm  Permalink|
On 2007-11-13 15:33, TravelingJones wrote:
THE GREAT AND POWERFUL BUZZ KNOWS WHY WE ARE HERE!!! TIKI! ALWAYS MORE TIKI!!!
I've said it before: My head is full of Tiki knowledge!
On 2009-12-31 16:29, pali-uli wrote:
I do not agree with charging people who share the same hobby as you, even if it is a dollar.
Okay, I understand. But since I'm getting paid for it, it's not my hobby, it's my job.
I was just trying to save you a few years of your life for what others would consider a mere pittance.
You're going to have to take the long road then, and do it the hard way.
You might find your answers in one of these:
Book of Tiki $129.00-240.00
Tiki Style $48.99-92.61
Tiki Modern $26.39-126.84
Tiki Quest $29.91-64.38
Just think: you could spend about $250 on all these books, and still not find the answer. I did!
Maybe Sven or Duke will wander by here soon and help you out.
On 2009-12-31 17:01, MadDogMike wrote:
but I did send him a PayPal buck anyway because I didn't know they made Beardman wizard hippie folk art guys in the Hondouras.
Hey Maddog, thanks for the $1. I went to Burger king and got one of those double cheeseburgers with it. Whew!I'm full! For at least the first part of 2010, I will not be a starving artist! I appreciate you and everyone else's continued support.
And...It seems when I see those beard wizard hippie styled guys that are marked, they usually have some central american hellhole inscribed into them. It looks like they're all made in the same sweatshop with the destination markings carved in after the pieces are finished or shipped. I always see them in the same lots for sale as those cheap and crappy african and mexican folk carvings. I saw all kinds of stuff like that when I was in Belieze several years ago.
Instead of $1, how about if I get 10% of the final selling price of an item if you use my information in your ebay listings?