Do Quiccs collectors have second jobs just to pay for his figures? There are seriously new ones coming out every week and I don't know how anyone keeps up with it financially. I often wonder what people do for a living, one because I'm nosey, and two because I want to know if you're hiring. My idea of networking involves meeting someone, having them tell me I'd be perfect for this opening they have at their place of employment, and have said job pay me $100,000 with no experience. Here is my resume in case you want to give me money:
- I'm funny and really good at doing impressions of people I work with and customers
- I have an extensive knowledge of the history of professional wrestling
- I will fight you
- I've been to a Dukes of Hazard museum
- I'm not scared of snakes
- King Diamond is my godfather (not really, but could you imagine?)
If I sound like the employee of your dreams please hit me up. But not if you don't offer a 401k, cause this isn't Soviet Russia.
Out of all the TEQ63 that Quiccs has released with Martian Toys I'm going to go ahead and declare this one my favorite. I'm a sucker for this vintage color scheme and if you like it as much as I do you better be ready this Friday, August 2 when it goes on sale at noon eastern time. This edition of 150 figures is an exclusive to Tenacious Toys which means they have all of them at their secret lair in Area 51. Since they're nice people, you won't need to storm it and risk getting blown up by the military. Just visit www.tenacioustoys.com at the previously mentioned time to secure one for yourself.