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3-10-2009 @ 5:20PM
Howdy Folks!We would be happy to sign or inscribe any toy you purchase, although we think you'd be better off letting your child -- or your adult -- paint, stain, oil, or crayon it.One reason we did not offer a painted version ourselves is that we do not wish to infringe on a copyright. This "silhouette" passes the legality-test, as far as the BRKWWA Legal Shenanigans Department has been able to determine.And we're not linking to another hunter who makes them. We happened to find a self-employed woodworker and commissioned him to make this product for us. We link to his e-store so that if you want a bunny or airplane, you can buy one directly from him. However, the Spirit Beast Pull Toy is a BRKWWA product, manufactured in the USA.Thanks for the story, WoWInsider!V/RBigRedKittyCEO and Chief Caterer, BRK WorldWide Amalgamated
3-10-2009 @ 6:10PM
BRK, give me $40 and then sign the spirit beast toy I then buy.
3-10-2009 @ 6:15PM
/facepalm.Bad idea wrapped in horrible wrapping and shipped in a retarded box.But what can I expect from someone who raids with a spirit beast?
3-11-2009 @ 1:26AM
Props for supporting self-employed artists and small businesses. It's not an easy thing to make a living on.
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