When I’m working the promotions side of my job at the station, it usually consists of getting things ready for the week like prize boxes, taking care of the vehicles and what not. Sometimes, I like to switch it up and the OCD in me was giddier than a schoolgirl when I got to take on the CONSTANTLY overflowing prize closet! YAY!
Pretty weird that someone would be excited to do this but lets be real, only a mexican woman would be eager to do such a task and it needed to be done. I mean, you literally could only open the door to peek your head around to try and find the bandanas or shirts or even worse, the prizes…
Overall, it took me about 3 hours to tackle but with all of the cool, weird, obscene and “lets pretend this never happened” shizzle that I saw.. I’m glad I did it. I even took some pics of the more interesting things I found that I think some of you will appreciate.
A “HELLBOY” movie script.
The entire script for the movie was buried under massive amounts of 98KUPD t-shirts to almost be forgotten, but WHY? The more interesting thing is that I also found a signed copy of a “Stargate SG-1” script also underneath it. Who’s signature was it? I don’t know. I forgot to get a picture of that :( Moving along…
Dave Pratt’s Street Sign.
I should have kept this buried. Thought about hanging this up in the mens bathroom but I was too much of a vagina to go in there and do it.
A KoRn Voodoo doll. Signed.
The only signature I didn’t see was Johnathan Davis’s but still, very cool. There were a few of these extra but unsigned.
Multiple Signed instruments.
The guitar on the far right was signed by all the bands from this past UFiesta!
A 3-D Movie Poster for “Friday The 13th”
This sweet piece was made by MacFarlane toys, originally released back in 2006 and have since been out of production. This definitely struck an interest to me because I’m a huge fan of horror movies and toys of all kinds. (Not just the ones that take batteries, if you’re pickin up what I’m puttin down.) Though it’s not signed, it’s still pretty dope.
Last but not least...
A Collectable Terminator 2 14” Endoskull Head with Special Edition Blu-Ray Dvds
THIS IS AWESOME. With a flip of a switch you can turn on the glowing red eyes and sound effects. The only problem you will have is trying to find a spot to display it and show it off. But i should remind you that if you take it out of the box, you lose about $200 in value. Collectors items
Even though some of the stuff listed above was just a portion of the problem, the biggest was the old promotional movie gear that was sent late to the station. If you come out to some of the U-Crew events make sure you have your 98 KUPD Red Card with you and get there early! You’d be surprised how fast this stuff goes. See you out there yo.