MOTUC 2013 Sub in Jeopardy?

Following up from the earlier post, there are two notable posts over on the Mattycollector forums.

First up:

Subject: MOTUC on the chopping block?

Q: With all due respect Toyguru, how could MOTUC possibly be on the chopping block when it’s the highest selling line on Is this an edict handed down by corporate or is this a brand decision from yourself? Do you feel Mattycollector could even exist without MOTUC?

A: In 2012 it was/is one of the hottest. But the 2013 sub has not sold the min yet. Until it does, it is on the block. We need sub support to continue it.


Subject: Can you do a sub meter for MOTUC?

Q: Like the one you have on DCUC? Clearly, we need it.

A: We’ll look into it. At this point we may need one. We were not expecting to which is why one was not prepped.

Before the reveals, I half-expected the 2013 MOTUC sub to have trouble. I thought the quality of the reveals, particularly Ram Man, would get it up to at least last year’s level. But it appears the somewhat lackluster selection this year, combined with displeasure regarding the 30th Anniversary figures (two hits and four duds) and, most important of all, the price increase have dealt a strong blow.

I’ve little doubt it’s the price increase that’s the biggest problem here. It seems to have priced out many international collectors, and I think they’re sorely missed. I know some fans are interpreting this as “scare-mongering,” but last year Scott did tell us the MOTUC sub was safe, even if the numbers were the lowest yet.

Of course, it’s worth noting that even I haven’t subscribed yet – I mean, me, Poe Ghostal. And why? Character selection and price. This year I’m getting Spikor and Mekaneck, two of the last figures I wanted aside from Ram Man. I’m not sure I want to pay $600+ for Ram Man and a bunch of figures that will likely be opened, reviewed, displayed for a few months, then placed in a ziplock bag inside a rubbermaid tote until they get unloaded en masse at Comicazi.

My toy budget is getting squeezed by other life concerns these days, so if I plan to continue collecting, say, S.H.MonsterArts and Ultra-Act, MOTUC just doesn’t make sense next year. That might mean I’ll have to pay some exorbitant amount for Ram Man – or maybe live without him. That’s the real crux of this for me – is it worth paying something like $200 for Ram Man, one third of the sub, to avoid paying that other $400? Because I can be damned sure I won’t be the only non-subscriber gunning for a Ram Man; and if sub numbers are as low as Mattel is intimating, Rammy will be a scalper’s dream. (And if you think Mattel will produce extra Ram Man figures so they can sell them on the day-of-sale, have I got a bridge for you.)

I actually suspect the MOTUC sub will go through no matter what, but it’s possible – perhaps even likely – we could see reduced tooling, accessories and paint applications.

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  • You are spot on – the 2013 reveals had to really sparkle to get me interested, and as much as I like the end of 2012, the fighting Foe Men and Ram Man, it seems to have lost impact for this Brit – the possibility of a hefty customs charge with each figure and the price raise make this a lot of cash I could be sending into other passions…

  • Yet, on-day MOTUC sell out in minutes. And Mattel is threatening to make even less available. Geez, Mattel, maybe you shouldn't bite the hand that feeds you. This is pure arm-twisting.

  • Lets say the 2013 sub DOESN’T go through, do they have to pay the 30th anniversary constestants a cash prize?

    • 30th anniversary sub is this year, not next… Those 6 figures will come out regardless of how the 2013 sub sells.

      • No no, i meant the prize for the contestants. they are given 2013 subs. Im pretty sure if i held a contest and couldn’t produce the prize offered i could be legally held responsible for SOMETHING

  • It SHOCKS me that NECA can produce a single figure for a property like Bulletstorm, with articulation equal to MOTUC and paint apps exceeding it, and sell it at mass for $10, but Mattel can't sell 4H-designed MOTU figures on their own g'damn web store.

    • The only time I've seen Grayson Hunt for $10 was when it was on discount. I'm pretty sure it was released at $15. Still a great value though.

    • I agree. A lot. NECA makes consistently awesome figures that are less expensive, and no drama. From what I've gathered, they do address QC issues fairly. To tie it in, they even helped the 4H produce their own figures when they were in a bind! They gave me a balrog, that would eat that old lady He-Man dragon alive, for only about 40 dollars more!!

  • I’ve found a way to get my sub, but this is truely disappointing. Loved all the reveals but the bully boy tactics in this modern day world of the Internet and fandom just doesn’t work. Ignoring the international customer base will have a heavy toll, but I feel they are too arrogant to see it and the sub will carry on and they’ll continue to ignore the issue. Custom charges are a bane in the UK and we have been harping on about it since the beginning. Head in the sand for Scott I think.

  • I definitely thought the line was going to have some trouble, though I expected that trouble to be the lowest sub- ins to date, I didn't expect the line to be put "on the chopping block".

    I'm sure the price increase has a lot to do with it. I also think there is a lot of residual disappointment about this years roll out as well as QC issues etc. I also think that Mattel's decision to severely reduce the number of "day of" stock for cherry pickers has left a bad taste in a lot of people's mouths.

    Honestly, though people are really kicking and screaming over these issues, I completely get why they're doing what they're doing, from an economical stand point. The 5$ price increase is a 25% increase but this is also the first time the price has been raised in 5 years. As I'm sure everyone's noticed, everything is getting more expensive, so why would any of us expect that the production of these amazing figures would just idle at a 2008 price point? I would rather have a 30% increase and buy a more expensive figure that has the same great quality as what we've grown to love than pay the same $20 and get a cheaper crappier version. As for the reduction of cherry picker stock, that's understandable too… and more so. This is an online exclusive collector toy line. They aren't selling to retail locations so there are no guaranteed sales except for the sales made through subscriptions. Plus, there's been a drastic drop in day of sales, lord, I think Spikor might even still be available. So, asking a company to produce an expensive line of figures based on possible sales with no guaranteed sales and a noticeably declining interest is ridiculous!

    Whatever the reason, I hope the sub comes through in the end, but I'm now 99% (as oppose to my 95% before this news) sure that 2013 will probably be the last year for MOTUC.

    • I'd give Mattel a little more credit on not raising the price if they hadn't started with a 2012 price point back in 2008. They were way more expensive than everything else then and they aren't doing anything to make them a better value now. That money certainly isn't going towards quality.

      • Ludicrous. I realize the line has had it's issues with QC and all, but the quality and workmanship going into these figures is undeniable. They are by far some of the best collectible figures on the market. Just being an exclusive collectible toy line that has lasted 5 years is a testament to that. $20 was an amazing price point for as long as it lasted and definitely NOT the most expensive thing out there, even Marvel Selects ( which in my opinion is a poor idea of a collector line ) are $24 at retail, and they are cheaply made and poorly painted. Or what about the Gentle Giants Star Wars 12" going for $80 ( which, though cool, are essentially rotocasted plastic statues ). Our collection at home ranges from 1950's 3 inch spacemen to fiber glass giant Planet of the Apes heads, we've been collecting for 20 years… not to sound arrogant, but I think I know something about quality. If you're mad about the price increase then be mad, but don't be so foolish as to complain that these are poorly made collectibles.

        • Sure, if you throw out weak ankles, misassembled parts, and cracking torsos the quality is fantastic. They are well-designed and the 4H are great sculptors, but I think it's quite a stretch to suggest the "great" figure they come up with is the that actually ends up in the hands of collectors.

          I don't know where you see Marvel Select, but everywhere I look the current listing price is $22, even for something like the Hulk. And that's with unique sculpts. I haven't had any MS figures that feel cheap. The plastic they certainly seems to be of better quality than what Mattel uses for MOTUC and DCUC. There has definitely been some MS figures with dodgy paint jobs though.

          There's lot of other collectibles out there that are more expensive, but there's few that are more expensive if we actually talk about 6-7" action figures, which would seem to be the only worthwhile comparison. Marvel Select, NECA, Marvel Legends, and even Playmates now are producing collector figures that could be compared to MOTUC. There's differences in production numbers between all those lines and they all have issues, but to suggest MOTUC stands head and shoulders above anything else on the market seems ludicrous to me.

  • If the figures are so difficult and expensive to produce, then why would a company risk lame ass figures? Shouldn't it follow that they'd manufacture sure bets?
    What'd be neat-o:
    "These are the top x number fan demanded characters. Lets make 'em, give the fans what they want, make money and be done."
    What it seems like:
    "Lets make uncertain and/or niche toys/characters, mandate expensive subscriptions, and slowly trickle out demanded characters. We can sustain interest and maximize profit."

  • It's going to be fun to watch all the angry MOTUC fans storm Castle Mattelskull, hungry for blood and Ram Man figures. Bring me the head of the smirky one! I feel it's time for a Skull Keg party!!

    I want to know who's coming with me? 😉

  • This is 100% total bullshiat. I'll believe the little brand manager who cried wolf when, in a last ditch effort to increase sales, he reshuffles the 2013 roster to include the last heavy hitters the line had planned. If he cares about the line as much as he professes, then he won't let it whimper out.

    The stretching of this line by the too-frequent inclusion of obscure and unwanted figures has finally teamed up with QC nightmares, DR, and price increases to kill it.

    Don't subscribe. Let the line fail, and let Matty turn to Kickstarter to fund individual figures. Of course, that kind of thinking would be outside what I think Mattel is capable of.

  • This isn't a shock. This line is on it's last legs. Sure it's probably got at least two more years (remember nobody subscribed to DCUC last year and yet it still went through) but the bloom is off in a big way. This is the latest Mattel extortion tactic. It worked on me last year, but not this year.

    To quote my Planned Banter buds, "Ram Man, then I'm out."

    Seriously, outside of Ram Man, nothing they announced is worth joining the sub for. As I've said repeatedly, lots of these oddball figures are neat and something I might would have spent $20 on, but none I'd spend almost $25-$28 before shipping on.

    And let's face it, anyone who's had the sub, especially this year, knows what a horrible system it is. Gone are the days where you get one figure a month and you can budget for $30 to come out. Nope, this is the new Matty sub system, where you never know how much is coming out. Maybe it's one figure, maybe it's two and a giant item. Maybe it's a half dozen. You just never know, so you can't EVER truly be prepared unless you're constantly monitoring the MOTUC schedule.

    I just don't have the time, energy or money for that. And so many of these figures are absolute duds now. You can't even get rid of the Star Sisters for retail, yet I was strong armed into getting them because I was dopey enough to buy the sub. Lest we forget getting bilked for adding extra items to your order and having to pay separate shipping for that. Mattel's been hosing us on that for YEARS now and it's taken it's toll. Now that pretty much every line is a MattyCollector exclusive, guess what? People don't want to be locked into subscriptions where they are PUNISHED for purchasing extras or other items.

    Especially when it's figures like "Some guy you never heard of that Roger Sweet drew on a cocktail napkin in the 80's" and so on. With price hikes and obscure selections, it's over.

    The sub is just too big and too expensive. Can't go back to 2008 pricing? Maybe it's time to go back to 2008 subscriptions. I bet you they'd sell twice as many subscriptions if it were for 12 figures and not however many it's for now, plus all the non-sub items.

    I'm out, been gonna be out, glad to be going out.

  • The strong arm tactics are working on me, as I'm pretty close to pulling the trigger for the first time ever. But these 3-packs are what kill it for me. For the second year in a row, they've given us a trio of obscurities. I thought the Star Sisters would be too hard to swallow at $60. I can't imagine paying $75 for the pilots. And yet, I'm so, so close. I don't want the line to end. I still want a lot of the vintage guys, namely Ninjor, Horde Troopers (THEY should be the 3-pack) and Two-Bad. Aside from not caring even a little about King He-Man, I think the first four figures for 2013 are solid, so that's some small comfort. I come and go with the Filmation series, but the figure I keep looking at most since they were revealed is Fangman, followed only by the new Randor. Those two are beauties.

  • Just as a matter of interest, in the UK customs duty becomes payable when the value of an item exceeds £15 – at current exchange rates $25 works out at just about £15.99… so when you add shipping ($10?) then the VAT and processing costs £12, plus approx £7 for shipping, that is about £36 per figure ($56 USD), and customs and excise are pretty keen over here at the moment. I love the figures, but unless they can address this, it is just too much for a figure.

  • I’m hoping that the sub doesn’t make it, at this point. Then I can get Ram Man on dos. I’m done being threatened and I’ll buy on my own terms, even if it costs more.

    • Exactly. Mattel's tactics are old and tired. While I want every vintage character, and would be terribly disappointed if the line ends without them being produced, I'm tired of the way they treat their consumers.

  • “I’m not sure I wan to pay $600+ for Ram Man and a bunch of figures that will likely be opened, reviewed, displayed for a few months, then placed in a ziplock bag inside a rubbermaid tote until they get unloaded en masse at Comicazi.”

    While I am unemployed and haven’t had spending money since March (stupid Pakistan!), I’m still foolishly optimistic that I’ll have a job and frivolous funds soon, and I’ve been slowly convincing myself that if that does come to pass, I should finally buy some of the MOTUC figures I’ve been wanting since 2008. (I don’t even have He-Man yet, which is just silly).

    I’m hoping that many collectors will grow so weary of Mattel’s nonsense that they’ll sell their collections; if enough people do it, I might be able to nab a couple-few dozen figures for slightly less than heart-stopping prices…

      • Incredibly, I scored a griffin new in box from eBay for $29.99 with free, very fast shipping. Not sure if I got lucky or what but wasn’t Matty asking $33 plus expensive “shipping that involved strapping the package to a snail and sending it in your general direction?

      • & even the "incentive" figures… it's not like Preternia disguise He-Man goes for big coin.

  • Price is rough, the loss of international business is rougher, the character/figure selection is roughest. I believe Mattel spoiled themselves with the subscription. In the end, I will by the subscription; I've hung on this long, why not ride the barrel over the falls…. WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  • Anyone else feel like Toyguru is so used to so many fans kissing his butt that he's started to believe that we actually owe him and Mattel for gracing us with MOTUC figures?

    Maybe that's overly harsh, but his tone and general message above make me wonder…

    • He's being realistic, pragmatic, & in the end, as much as he loves "his baby", he's doing whatever his bosses tell him to do. Does he have the firmest grip on tact? Probably not, but every time you see an interview with Neitlich, especially on camera, he's always dropping sometimes subtle, sometimes not so subtle hints of self-deprecation, as well as the understanding that he's become a polarizing figure. He knows he's the face of the line, & thus, knows that he'll be showered with both brown-nosing & hate-mongering alike. Say what you will about the guy, but he's no idiot, & I certainly don't believe that he believes himself to be "almighty".

  • Let the line fail. This is Matty forcing you to buy figures it knows nobody wants in order to get the ones you do. It’s a pure cash grab. It absolves Matty of the risk and unloads tons of plastic nobody wants so Mattel can rake in the $$.

  • Technically, we- rather, you, I don't collect MOTUC- do owe Mattel. MOTU is a property that, from a business standpoint, they had no reason to believe had potential to make a profit. It's a 20 year old kids property that came and went and died. The last revival fizzled. MOTUC in the first place was a big risk for Mattel, especially the business plan.

    • So what is this, a charitable endeavor on Mattel's behalf? They wouldn't keep this line going if there wasn't profit to be had. There is most definitely goodwill from them on keeping it going as a small collector line that gives most fans what they want, but I disagree that we OWE Mattel and are obligated to buy every figure for their good deeds.

  • Question:

    How many of you who AREN’T subbing would change your minds if the three pack was dropped?

    • For me and I guess a lot of others it's price price price! To be honest, I don't even begrudge the VAT to an extent, but any courier has a customs clearance charge that typically ranges from £8 – £12 ($12 – $19 USD) which just makes the figures reach a silly price.

      Slap onto that a number of "meh" figures and that's quite a lot of cash.

      I personally would be up for an international sub payment to cover the $5 per figure and save the VAT and clearance fees, but I imagine a lot of people would not.

      I like the line up for the rest of the year, I like the god of sliced bread and I really like the Fearsome Foe Men… but the extra $5 has made a huge difference…

      and now Poe has filled my tiny head with images of Godzilla…

  • Scott just posted that he is officially no longer following the 2016 roadmap and that if the 2013 sub goes through, he will rework 2014 immediately to include all remaining major characters so the line goes out with a bang.

    • That is clown ass. The line could have been stellar throughout it's run. The mighty Spector killed it. Deadpool of spades.

    • Oh, FFS. 2013 is up in the air and this blasted idiot is making promises about 2014? Please.

  • This is so sad – I hope it carries on. MOTUC is a great line – I can't believe we're discussing it's demise. I don't know what to say – dumbfounded!!

  • I’m more keen on this years sub than last, and I was pretty happy overall with last year aside from the constant delays. My biggest concern is I hope they sort out the QC this year. I will not tolerate nearly as much this year, if they’re going to increase prices they better sort that stuff out. I know the increase isn’t for QC, but it shouldn’t be an issue for any price, and my extra $5 is going to increase my volume if they screw up. Ball’s in your court Mattel.

    • What would cause you to believe Mattel is going to address quality now? They claim they need the extra money to keep making the figures as they are currently, it seems very unlikely they would suddenly sort out quality issues.

  • I love how people blame the 30th anniversary figures, which were their own separate thing, for the decline of the line. Whatever, I'll keep subscribing like I have since the beginning.

    • I'd rather have the line fail if it meant not getting Draego-Man (the line will not fail because of the 30th Anniversary figs).

  • If the sub was for 1 figure a month, I would go ahead and do it. I can't afford beasts, three packs, two packs and everything in between.

    • Yep, I can't afford all that is available either. When the line first came to be, we truly wanted more than 1 figure/month because we couldn't wait for the next figure to show up! Then Mattel started throwing qtrly variants, beasts, large figures, etc., and now we can't keep up with their greed! Yes, if they went back to one figure per month [especially if they do only "heavy-hitters" like Scott apparently noted recently for 2014], then I will be glad to pick up a subscription. Until then, I only want Rammy, Jitsu, Clamp Champ and Tuvar (not Two-bad). Please, Matty, work with the fanbase "cherry pickers"!

    • The 2013 Sub only includes 4 Quarterly SKU's — the $75 (which we already know is the Fighting Foe Men) the $50 (which is most likely a 2-pack), the $30 (Which is Ram Man) and the $25 which is the Fan Choice Figure. I don't know this for a fact but I believe it to be true.

      • The $25 is the fan choice? Didn't know that.

        I agree with clark that this whole thing could be more simple, but Matty is hardly greedy for delivering more product. I just the 3-packs weren't around, because for two years they've been the biggest thing standing in between me and a sub.

  • i feel totally forced to buy the sub this year. Totally. Without a sub I predict I will never own a Ram Man for under $150+. It feels like crap to feel backed into a collecting corner, forced to question my morals and what is right and wrong to do to people. Im not a completeist by any stretch but i do really want the 1st three years of vintage MOTU in Classics…

  • I have been leaning toward "no" on the sub. These threats serve only to push me closer to it.

  • Scott has been caught napping, and caught out lying far too many times. Like Misterbigbo said above it's the "Brand Manager who cried wolf!" – that perfectly sums it up!! He's an habitual liar, and has brought all of this garbage on himself. I've long written that all the vitriol he attracts is warranted.

    But, just to clarify (as an international customer myself), it's not JUST the price increase + increase O/S shipping charges that are alienating me… it's also the new "WON'T REFUND LOST ITEMS" scheme he's implementing. That's what's concerning me and many others too!! It's a HUGE issue, that seems to be getting over-looked (even by Scott himself, who refuses to address the issue o.0 ).

    Someone had a great idea elsewhere… they suggested that Mattel ship the items internationally and we (the customers) only pay for the ones that actually arrive! That's what Scott's basically asking of us in reverse (especially after the debacle of Fisto subs that never arrived).

  • I'll take my chances buying Ram Man on the secondary market. He's the absolute last figure I want and if he goes for too much I can live without him. I didn't subscribe to MOTUC this year, and I don't regret it.

    I did sub to Infinite Earth because I have a lot more invested in my DC Universe Classics collection and I've been happy with what we've got so far. If CIE doesn't go through this time, and I doubt it will, I'll live, but I will be disappointed.

  • It's embarassing for the community all of the animosity aimed at Scott. He's the spokesman for a major company. Are any of you? I am sure he would love to always be 100% upfront at all times regarding everything, but that is not his job. At your work are you allowed to go into every minor detail about anything bad that happens at your company to every random person on the street?

    I kind of hope that the line just ends with all this negativity and all those saying they wont be forced to get a sub are just screwed out of ever owning a Ram Man or any of the other great figures in the pipeline.

    • You can empathize with a public figure, but having a tough job doesn't make them immune from criticism when they outright blunder.

      • Your right AJ, but I hope you expect to be held to the same impossible standard you hold Scott to at your job.

        Dark Angel, I assume your a whiner who is part of the problem. Thanks for replying with an insult instead of addressing anything said.

        • What impossible standard? The guy has a singular gift for communicating things in a way that will upset as many people as possible. You'd almost think he was doing it on purpose. Scott may be very good at the rest of his job, but PR is something he's just not good at.

    • I don't think it's embarrassing for the community to call out a brand manager when he screws up. In the past he's even admitted when they f'd up. My problem is they admit a screw up and act like that alone is sufficient to take care of their paying customers. I've never dealt with a more frustrating company than MattyCollector. I want them to fail because they are bad at what they do and deserve to fail. Yeah, Neitlich has a hard job, but seriously, he heads a line of toys DIRECT MARKETED TO THE NICHE COLLECTORS. Last time I checked, that group is kinda sorta vocal about getting crapped on. I'm not going to change your mind, I know that, but you're wasting everyone's time going around and being Scott "Toy Guru" Neitlich's white knight.

  • I do speak for a company (though not a large business), both online and at conventions, quite often. It's a difficult job at times. But it is also fun and rewarding. I try to always be as direct and honest as possible and share as much information as I can (there are trade secrets and company details that are not public). I deal with everyone from hardcore fans who love everything we do to people that HATE everything we do. But I don't think I've ever gained anywhere near the amount of hatred directed at me that seems targeted at Matty.

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  • I love my MOTUC figures but I’m ready to see this line die. For years they have been disappointing customers with defective products, weak characters, and poor service. They’re a business, and when business fail to please the people buying their product, they go under. So it shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone that they are having such a hard time selling subscriptions.
    One thing that could have made the line a bigger success, in my opinion, is if they had allowed more fan input with the character selection. Unfortunately “Toyguru” and his team feel they know what’s best for everyone and their judgement should not be questioned. Was anyone really demanding a King He-Man figure?
    It was a fun ride, MOTUC, now it’s time for you to go.

    • here's the thing man… the line has it's duds, sure, but by and large, they've done well in the line-ups. there about 20 names in the property that could have killed the line where it stood by including them too early, and they've tried to ration those names out (ram man being the last one of those, i believe) and for every star sister pack, there's been a vikor, a figure no one was asking for, but that was totally aced and universally appreciated. i do think we're more hits than misses as far as selection goes, but when you heap QC problems, return policy issues, PR failures, shipping fiascos, etc… up on top of that, the line has been tough to be a full-on supporter of.

      i do think that the price tag was a sword of damocles, and that eventually, be it today, or tomorrow, it will fall and the line will die. regardless of the line up shown this year, the price hike meant a portion of the line's customers were going to drop out… and they already did the day-of price hike that likewise cut off some customers, because by and large, the fanbase had said, since day one, that they did not perceive the line to possess the value of the price tag being asked.

      and on top of that, mattel has done pretty much everything they could have done to avoid growing the fanbase of the line, and avoiding accessibility to the casual fan, so no new customers were jumping in. when you're shaving people off your customer base, and not replacing them, you're literally in the thick of the shit. so when said shit hits the fan, don't look around all bewildered and beg for the grass roots bailout. acknowledge how and why you got where you are, celebrate that the ride lasted this long, and try some thing else in a few years.

      cuz honestly, let's get real… if motuc dies in 2014, i suspect it won't be much past 2020 when we get umotu (that's Ultimate Masters of the Universe) that will be mo2k only super-articulated and accessorized… and that will get planned for a 15 year rollout and die in a less than a decade too.

  • Well, there are a lot of suggestions on Mattycollector by fans on how Mattel could help out the international collectors, but the line from Scott seems to be "We looked into things like this and it just isn't possible right now."

    So there you have it. Ram Man, I would love to have seen you, but it looks like it was never meant to be.

  • I have bought a sub since their inception and I did again this year, but I don't blame anyone for not buying one. You shouldn't have to commit to a year's worth of figures if you are only interested in 2 or 3. BUT… no one should be surprised that the line has reached the "sub or die" point. It was only a matter of time. If you're a cherry-picker and you're ticked off about that, I understand completely. I'm just saying that this was inevitable.

  • I got a sub, i get teh QC issues / Price increases etc. but as long as i can support the line, i will.

    That said, I have to say, they have the worst PR possible, i don't think anyoen communicates as badly as this. These are Basics, no one would notice this stuff, customers would eb ok with some stuff if communications were handled correctly.

    Anyway, here's hoping we close out a few remaining figures:
    Clamp Champ, Two-Bad, Mantenna, Tung Lashor, Sssqueeze, Rio Blast

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