Yoda Charity Lapel Pin

Bespin refugee - October 29, 2010
Benefiting Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, this individually numbered Yoda Charity Lapel pin features artwork by Grant Gould and card art by Jamie Snell, is limited to 300 and costs $10 plus $1.50 shipping per pin.
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nutlog666 - 2008-08-14 @ 11:50 am
Keep in mind, though, that Nash has been very open to putting over the younger guys and really has been all about helping TNA and not causing any issues. For the most part, things appear to be back to normal at this point.

B.S. what younger talent has he put over ? He pulled the classic Clique move a couple years ago when he worked a program w/ Chris Sabin , & got "injured" the night he was going to have to lose the blowoff match and he STILL owes Sabin a win over him .

Hordak Rules - 2008-08-14 @ 12:56 am

Go Nash! You da man!

Actually, it's a good thing he did that as it probably knows shows that TNA talent are as pissed with the booking and writing as TNA fans are. From everything I've read, their last PPV was a bit of a step up, but there were still a lot of things done that didn't need to be.

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