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Grand Member (first year)
Joined: Jan 09, 2008
From: Kihei, Maui
|Posted: 2012-08-17 7:23 pm  Permalink|
Tom from what I'm seeing your going to be a busy man, looks like a lot of great new mug designs are happening there.. Wish I was there damn it!!!!
BTW, Great job on all the templates you've made, so cool to know Who, What, Where and How much at times.. Big Mahalo's Brada!
Joined: Jan 26, 2006
From: West Hills, CA
|Posted: 2013-10-27 5:47 pm  Permalink|
I noticed today that I've now made over 2,000 mug templates for Ooga Mooga!
There is still tons to do, but I keep chipping away at it each week as I have time.
Thanks to everyone for contributing pictures and information on your collections!
Joined: Sep 24, 2005
From: Los Angeles
|Posted: 2013-10-27 6:31 pm  Permalink|
Thank-you Tom for making all the templates and doing all the work!!!! It is much appreciated and what a fun site it has become.
Joined: Nov 23, 2010
|Posted: 2013-10-28 4:01 pm  Permalink|
Thanks, Tom! It's greatly appreciated.
[ This Message was edited by: TikiTacky 2013-10-28 16:02 ]
Grand Member (8 years)
Joined: May 27, 2006
From: The Valley!
|Posted: 21 days ago; 12:22 am  Permalink|
A Word on Ooga Mooga !! This is our old pal Trader Tom Morgan a long time Tiki Centralite. When our Dear friend Tiki Kate passed away Tom took over Editing and Creating Templates for Ooga Mooga.com If your not familiar with what Ooga Mooga is, it's a data base for Tiki Mug Collectors. Ooga Mooga was created by Humuhumu Trott it allows mug collectors to store information about their collections, trade and sell mugs, and share their collections with others. New mugs are being added to Ooga-Mooga continually.
Humu of course kicked it all off, Kate poured years of love and time into the site as well. Then came Trader Tom, Tom holds a Ph.D in American Literature making research and writing as a whole a snap for Tom, besides the fact that he is also a grade A mug collector himself and has the ability to move very quickly and accurately through the facts.
When Tom picked up making templates in 2010 the template count was 4,259, and today 4/6/16 there is 8,074 meaning to date Tom has made 3,815 templates.
I want to say Thank You to Humuhumu Trott for Ooga Mooga and for entrusting Trader Tom Morgan to write templates for Ooga Mooga it seems to be a thankless job but an important one. Tom keeps us up to date daily with all the new tiki mugs and bowls that have been released and these days it seems that EVERYDAY there are new ones. Imagine if no one was making new templates, can you? It's very time consuming a part time job in fact. So Thank You Tom to the bottom of my tiki mug! Cheers!
I Urge all Tikiphiles and Mug Collectors to SAY THANKS
Joined: Jun 03, 2007
|Posted: 21 days ago; 01:06 am  Permalink|
Well said Kelly. It was just last night i messaged Tom and asked him to add/update a template and the only reason i think it wasn't done right away was because he had asked me (within a couple of hours) to provide him with a little bit more information before he went ahead with it.
So yes, a big thank you to Humuhumu for creating such a fantastic site (I'm looking forward to the revamped version), and a big thank you to Trader Tom for taking over the reins after the passing of Tiki Kate and for the continuous work keeping on top of, not just all of the new mugs that are being released these days, but also adding templates to those that have been around for a while but never had one.
Grand Member (2 years)
Joined: Oct 05, 2012
From: Round Rock, Texas
|Posted: 21 days ago; 07:21 am  Permalink|
Thank you Tom for taking up the gauntlet! I really appreciate all the hard work that goes into (and has gone into) making and keeping up Ooga-Mooga. My collection would probably not be near as fun if it wasn't for OM and TC
Joined: Jul 27, 2011
From: Southern CA
|Posted: 21 days ago; 10:36 am  Permalink|
Thank you, Tom! You do outstanding work.
Joined: Jan 26, 2006
From: West Hills, CA
|Posted: 21 days ago; 2:33 pm  Permalink|
Thanks, everyone! Working on Ooga Mooga is a lot of fun. I compare it to tending a garden or working on a big puzzle. I'm always pleasantly surprised by new vintage mugs that pop up and the creativity of current artists!
Joined: Jul 18, 2010
From: Las Vegas
|Posted: 19 days ago; 10:28 pm  Permalink|
Tom- thanks for all the hard work you do.
I added 827 photos this week
Worst sound ever, slurp of an empty tiki mug through my straw!!!