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Old 04-27-2010, 03:38 PM   #271
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Default Re: More Clues on Retiring Theme, It's a Rare Theme!

Well it is Science. What will Goober do now? Boo Hoo!
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Old 04-29-2010, 01:28 AM   #272
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Default Re: More Clues on Retiring Theme, It's a Rare Theme!

Yep. You're right. It's gotta' be science because I just spun the "Super Wheel" and much to my delight, I got a "Rare and RETIRED Formula Board"! I thought I needed a globe for my sons' accounts, but I know I never got the Formula Board, so I'm hoping that was the one and only thing I needed (now I just need to spin and win one more!).

I kinda' feel like an "old timer" on WW now. I have actually seen a rare theme retire. Sad to see one go, though....
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Default Re: More Clues on Retiring Theme, It's a Rare Theme!

View Post Originally Posted by mollee84
Same here. I have all the Egyptian items except for the bed and the Golden Hippo Fridge.

I guess I selfishly would like to see them retire the Science theme. I like it but it's the only one I have all items for. I got two Science beds with Series I trading cards.

Aztec - still need the toybox.

Medieval - still need the dresser.

Ancient Civilization - need the settee, chest, imperial side table and legionnaires suit of armor.
I have collected SO many rares. I finished the retired science theme too, the Egyptian after I got the fridge (I'm excluding the desert window part), the Aztec theme which was easy for me to finish and the Medieval items that are from the Curio Shop. Like you, I still need the Imperial Side Table. I have the settee, chest and armor statue already (before 2010). I have most of the pink princess theme. I think I'm set to finish the Persian. I already have every Persian item that has been in the Curio Shop.
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