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Brilliant!

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About Brilliant!

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    Death from adjacent
  • Birthday 02/09/1981

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    Howell, New Jersey
  • Interests
    Hockey, beer, metal.

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    USA Hockey
  • Favorite Player(s)
    Doug Weight
  • Favorite Jersey(s)
    Quebec Nordiques

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  1. Bill Henderson is good people. I've worked with him for a few years now and he can do basically anything. I would recommend him above all others for MLB stuff. That is a great Cards jersey too. You don't see the 90's Rawlings ones around too often. I found an 80's pullover version a few months ago that appears to be coming off all clean.
  2. Jeez, you can't even show the killer job I did on the back?? Thanks a lot! Full disclosure here: I have ZERO recollection of ever doing that one for you! But I'll take your word.
  3. God, this is such minor-league garbage. They all just look like those old off-color Starter replicas that were released back in the late 90's.
  4. The only things missing from those Dallas unis is the pacifiers, glow sticks and goat leggings.
  5. That Wamsley is killer! Is it all vinyl? That style should be but it's hard to tell. The nameplate looks strange too. Almost like twill. That was a really nice style that is almost ruined by the fact that it's all heat-pressed garbage. I had a white Jocelyn Lemieux a while back and the back numbers just flaked apart. If they used twill in those years, it would be among my favorites. Speaking of, Rick Wamsley was traded along with Rob Ramage for Brett Hull. That's still one of the most one-sided trades in NHL history.
  6. Who do they think they are? The Saints?? Consequently, I really liked those unis. I had one for a while but a friend of mine wanted it more.
  7. I have one that I use to finish the edges of nameplates but that's really all I use it for. Sometimes, I'll hem up a pair of new dress pants with it but that's about it. There is a small knife at the front of the foot that trims the material down to size as you move it through the machine. Believe it or not, the seams you're showing in that shot are not done with a serger. I think it's called a hemlock stitch but I'm not sure how those are done.
  8. Brilliant!

    eBay version 4.0

    Now there's something I've never heard before!
  9. How about the man who pretty much single-handedly won the FA Cup?
  10. They couldn't be bothered to honor their time as the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies??? Pfffffffft.
  11. It's too late. I already deleted the shortcut.
  12. Brilliant!

    eBay version 4.0

    It looks like a kid's jersey. That said, I actually wouldn't mind having one of those to cut up for nameplates. The material is impossible to find...even though I can count on one finger the amount of that style I've ever done for someone.
  13. Brilliant!

    eBay version 4.0

    Holy crap, I know people are still spending a ton of money on toilet paper but that's ridiculous.
  14. That Gretzky sucks!!!!
  15. Didn't we already have this conversation like a month ago??
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