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NSF Store: Full Stack Plushies
« on: 07/18/2023 03:07 pm »
« Last Edit: 07/18/2023 03:24 pm by FutureSpaceTourist »
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Re: NSF Store: Full Stack Plushies
« Reply #2 on: 08/06/2023 10:00 pm »
Just got mine!

(sharing again cause I love it)

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Re: NSF Store: Full Stack Plushies
« Reply #3 on: 11/25/2023 11:59 am »
What would be the chance that a second production order gets made?  So that NSF store could sell them once again?

I've got one, but my grandchildren think it is unfair that they don't have a Starship to live with them in their homes, so that Starship can make regular flights to their plushie planets.

(I gave 'em the planets several years ago after the first Crew Dragon flight test and the introduction of the Earth plushie zero gravity indicator.  Has definitely advanced their space and spaceflight awareness.).
« Last Edit: 11/25/2023 01:40 pm by Llian Rhydderch »
Re arguments from authority on NSF:  "no one is exempt from error, and errors of authority are usually the worst kind.  Taking your word for things without question is no different than a bracket design not being tested because the designer was an old hand."
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Re: NSF Store: Full Stack Plushies
« Reply #4 on: 12/02/2023 12:06 am »
Sadly they were a one off limited item. There is no reorder capability with this as a it was a custom bulk order.
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Re: NSF Store: Full Stack Plushies
« Reply #5 on: 12/16/2023 03:42 am »
Sadly they were a one off limited item. There is no reorder capability with this as a it was a custom bulk order.

Thanks, Chris.   :)  I appreciate the explicit answer even though I don't like the result.   :(

Will just have to hope someone finds it worthwhile to do another custom bulk order of Starship stuffies. 
Re arguments from authority on NSF:  "no one is exempt from error, and errors of authority are usually the worst kind.  Taking your word for things without question is no different than a bracket design not being tested because the designer was an old hand."
"You would actually save yourself time and effort if you were to use evidence and logic to make your points instead of wrapping yourself in the royal mantle of authority.  The approach only works on sheep, not inquisitive, intelligent people."

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