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Well over 200 dollars, I just got mine from a someone on BrickLink for about 300 when shipping was factored in, not sure how I missed it when it came out originally but I wanted it for my collection.  So maybe I should pick up some of those AT-STs while I can...

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1 hour ago, LegoWalker4 said:

That is the Ahsoka Tano in the Rebel Combat Frigate, a set that was not seen as investment winner at the time by many it seems and was widely available.  I sold mine sold back in 2018 for about what the minfigure is worth now.  That set is now selling for over $200.  I think I am getting into my own "What are your Lego investing mistakes and regrets? Lessons learned" territory.  :(   Where is brickvoyeur when you need him to let us know about these things?!?

Sold my last one. The price was too tempting to not cash out.

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I'll put this here for lack of a better place:

https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/daisy-ridley-ted-cruz-star-wars-emotionally-tortured-jedi-texas-power-crisis-181958625.html

anyway; it's interesting that Cruz thinks basically a masculine woman is the "trend breaker". yes it is for us men who think a "strong" woman basically has male physical and emotional traits. Lets be honest...if one was to just read about Cara Dune's character...it would just be assumed she was male.  There's no complexity in her character. 

Yesterday I watched the Marvel "behind the mask" series where the Marvel women artists and writers were remarking on how male artists portray "strong" women characters...by making them physically strong or tough looking (ie how a male is perceived to be "strong")...the implicit message here is that to be strong as a woman one has to act or look like a  male.

seems to be very limited and one dimensional....and definitely not something as a parent we would want daughters to think. 

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12 minutes ago, $20 on joe vs dan said:

I'll put this here for lack of a better place:

https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/daisy-ridley-ted-cruz-star-wars-emotionally-tortured-jedi-texas-power-crisis-181958625.html

anyway; it's interesting that Cruz thinks basically a masculine woman is the "trend breaker". yes it is for us men who think a "strong" woman basically has male physical and emotional traits. Lets be honest...if one was to just read about Cara Dune's character...it would just be assumed she was male.  There's no complexity in her character. 

Yesterday I watched the Marvel "behind the mask" series where the Marvel women artists and writers were remarking on how male artists portray "strong" women characters...by making them physically strong or tough looking (ie how a male is perceived to be "strong")...the implicit message here is that to be strong as a woman one has to act or look like a  male.

seems to be very limited and one dimensional....and definitely not something as a parent we would want daughters to think. 

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