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RealDolls / Re: Harmony app and robot doll
« Last post by Zebo on Today at 10:28:29 AM »
I just had to put this up on the site, too Funny!!
Anatomical Doll / 2018 Fundraisers
« Last post by noquiexis on Yesterday at 11:44:14 PM »
2018 Fundraisers

     Jared Gilmore recently starred as Henry Mills on the ABC drama Once Upon a Time. As a ten year old boy, Henry was given a book of fairy tales which he believed were all true. No matter what people said, he remained steadfast in his belief.

     Jared took part in a fundraiser for Random Acts' Crisis Support Network, which "helps bring support to those in crisis or suffering from mental health issues".

The inscription on the book reads, "I'm done reading about heroes. I wanna be one."

     I pre-ordered a few dresses from Dressember's new 2018 Collection. They will ship in November. I will most likely work up another picture for Halloween. If not, then Feodora will be wearing this until those dresses come in.

     The Ovarian Cancer Connection holds several events in the Toledo area. One is the annual Ellen Jackson 5k Walk at the University of Toledo Medical College (UTMC). I rode my bicycle there and back (three miles one-way). I wore last year's tee shirt for the ride there, got this year's tee shirt there, and wore the new shirt for the ride back. Both were soaked with sweat. I waited until I did some laundry before doing this photo shoot.

     I am a bit of a snob about Feodora's clothes. Other than the tee shirts for this event, and Jennifer's Dress, I never put used clothing on Feodora.

14 annual walk on September 15, 2018

     Years ago, I was a member of The Planetary Society, but I let my membership lapse. They support private research and development for space exploration. "In 1980, Carl Sagan, Louis Friedman, and Bruce Murray founded The Planetary Society. They saw that there was enormous public interest in space, but that this was not reflected in government, as NASA’s budget was cut again and again."

     When I re-joined, I got a dual membership (one for myself and one for Feodora). That level of membership comes with two tee shirts. Here we are in those tees.

I am holding a pewter replica of the Starship Enterprise - NCC 1701.
Feodora is holding one of her Zoo pets, a seal.

     I have long been a supporter of Susan G. Komen, which provides support for victims of Breast Cancer, and helps fund research to combat the disease.

25th annual Race for the Cure, Toledo
September 30, 2018

     I have also long been a supporter of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. I did not purchase any items from them, but I did buy a $100 ticket for a house that they raffled. I was glad that a family won the house. I was also glad that my donation helps the children who so desperately need that help.

     Earlier this year I supported Jennifer Morrison's fundraiser Be the Hero of Your Own Story. That campaign helped support Dr. Paul Grossfeld's Jacobsen Syndrome research. I also got involved with Rebecca "Bex" Mader's campaign for Lollipop Theater. They bring current movies "to those children and their families at the hospital", helping the children feel better and maybe aid them in speedier recoveries.

:) 8) :)
RealDolls / Re: Galmato-Haven. Officially Open For Buisness.
« Last post by KarmaMusic on Yesterday at 10:36:21 PM »
Hi Zebo let me know when you find a new site for your videos i was really pissed at YOUTUBE they are turning into assholes that is for sure I lost half of my Subsriptions on youtube!
General Discussion / Re: New Law in US
« Last post by incred on Yesterday at 08:08:49 PM »
I was looking at a jlist twitter post the other day about how Japanese women age. Basically they look the same until menopause then poof it is all down hill.

Also Peter showed an example:
General Discussion / Re: The Incred-ible bat trek, eh?
« Last post by Camp on Yesterday at 07:52:45 PM »

That was a coal-fired pizza.

And it was tasty.

In the meantime, Kitty was looking for a lost contact on the Bat-bed...  :whistle:

General Discussion / Re: The Incred-ible bat trek, eh?
« Last post by incred on Yesterday at 07:50:55 PM »
This thread has too many calories . :P

it was a tasty week  :drool:

I see that Snuggs once again is the only one getting any action. ;D

Well I did get plenty of pictures with the cosplay models, but you don't need to see my ugly mug ;D
General Discussion / Re: The Incred-ible bat trek, eh?
« Last post by Ceej on Yesterday at 07:32:36 PM »
That pizza looks good!

The only thing that could make it any better is, one more topping....

 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
The Auction Block / RealDoll Athletic Torso
« Last post by speed60 on Yesterday at 05:56:16 PM »
$850 including shipping within the continental US. Or pickup/meet within a few hours of the central TN area for $700.

Year unknown, but it has the magnetic face system, serial number 13332 if anyone wants to contact Abyss.
I do not believe it has gels.

Damage/Repairs: A very small vaginal insert area tear was repaired by me with silpoxy and now I can't even see the repair from a few inches away.
There is an indentation in one of the breasts. The previous owner said a box was right up against it for a while. I was going to look into injecting gel or something but I am deciding to go to another full body doll and not keep this, and honestly it didn't bother me like I thought it would. Normal face wear, eyelashes aren't really there anymore. Easy and cheap to fix.

I don't know how to properly attach pictures, it cool to link to my sale thread on the other site to view pictures?
General Discussion / Re: The Incred-ible bat trek, eh?
« Last post by Z-Dr on Yesterday at 03:01:32 PM »
This thread has too many calories . :P

General Discussion / Re: The Incred-ible bat trek, eh?
« Last post by Smoke on Yesterday at 02:58:16 PM »
This thread has too many calories . :P

I see that Snuggs once again is the only one getting any action. ;D
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