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I love all the poster Ganz makes - the TC posters; posters from the POTM VDO's, floating posters at WKN BUT I'm running out of wall space and I can't just buy a new room for a bunch of posters - can't leave them all in my dock and I've shipped a lot off to my storage accounts -- still running out of room lol
I was thinking about the cupboards they have for wallpaper - great idea -(keeping some wallpapers waiting for Ganz to let us change wallpapers on/off)
SOOO how come Ganz can't make a poster storage unit OR make things on the walls overlap -like at another game I used to play
On a separate but very related issue, I also wouldn't mind if all posters would stick to certain standard measures, like real posters do. Right now, a wall with a bunch of WW posters looks like a patchwork, and a rather ugly one at that. Ganz should re-issue all posters so they would have the same (or almost the same) pictures but standardized measures that look nice when posters are hung next to each other. It is entirely possible, by the way, to replace one picture with another without much technical ado - remember that famous "Whose the Monkey now" debacle?
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