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That think is worth a lot of loot, but I'm guessing the person that took it won't be selling it? Everyone would know where it came from.Have a purrfect Cat Blog Friday. ♥
I am sure there are many collectors eager to own this and not ask questions.
Iron Cat? Of course you know that's a certain species of sacrilege in some Comicon circles. Fortunately for both of us, I'm not a 'Comicon' type, showing up in a Star Trek outfit with Spock ears or a Lord of the Rings Gollum suit. I've never been to one. But there are people...yes there are.
Sandee: It's worth a lot of money, and if you're caught with it, you will be charged with either burglary or buying stolen goods. My bet is that someone is going to benefit from the insurance payout and the suit might already be destroyed.
Jan: I can picture a James Bond villain type with lots of money and a penchant for super hero memorabilia having a place where it could be hidden away and be undetected by the authorities. However, how much fun would that be if you couldn't show it off to anyone? Why not just buy it outright at an auction or direct from Disney?
LL: I've never been to a con either, but I do have two sets of Spock ears ;)
laughing. That suit is awesome! All the cats are going to want to have one
Pam Greer: Glad you liked it.
Mary (cactus cats): Lol. Cat burglars know just how to steal them, too ;)
There are very, very wealthy people who would love to have it, and they would not get caught. Especially in Japan, a lot of expensive stolen artifacts like this end up in vaults of wealth people there.
I didn't do it and you can't prove it anyway.
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