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  1. New trailer...
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  2. Came in the mail today...took like 8 months for this to finally get here from Limited Run Games. I was thinking a few day where is this thing, as they said it could take 4-6 months before it ships. So I thought about this off and on where is it and today is the day! It's the Scott Pilgrim Complete Edition. Not an actually map of Toronto of course, I live here should know, lol. (The only thing that is accurate is the CN Tower and the dome stadium location geologically we call Roger Centre) The game case is shown again because it has a reversible cover. That and it has a concert ticked and an actual Instruction Booklet as well. Wanted to take a closer shot of the sticker to show most ppl who aren't Canadians what coinage looks like and is called. Some obvious but I'll point all of them out. The smallest coin that looks silver is our Dime, probably can't tell but there's suppose to be a sailboat on there. Next is the Nickel in a slightly bigger and more blue than the Dime, also probably can't tell but there suppose to be a beaver on there not a Bieber. The light blue looking coin is our Quarter and you can obviously a moose head on there. Now the ones you heard of but probably never seen before; the yellow looking coin is dollar that we call a Loonie because there's a Loon on there. The biggest one with silver ring and yellow middle is out dollar coin called a Toonie. I get from going from 1 dollar to 2 dollar why it is called a loonie but what is on the Toonie is a polar bear. I guess whoever came up with the name could of think of anything clever with a polar bear. Ah, I just recalled it has been 25 years since the Toonie was a thing up here. I remember the day we all got them when I was in Elementary School. Before 1996 we had a two dollar bill for some reason we wanted be more different then any country and had another coin since we had a two dollar bill. Yeah, a little history lesson on our Canadian currency.
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