Wed, 11 Dec 2002 19:52:51 -0800
I have been slowly working decorating our family room and turning it into
"The Groo Room." (What's that you say, you assumed I already had such a
Well, you see, there has been a definite room shortage in Grossmann Manor
since my mother-in-law moved in. Two-thirds of the family room was turned
into a bedroom that has been variously used by everyone except my daughter
and mother-in-law. But now that son #2 has his own place, The Long
Suffering Mrs. G. has given me carte blanche (almost) to do with the family
room as I will.
Soooo, it's just a matter of time before the place is wall-to-wall Groo.
But I've got to work on the lighting and protect against UV rays, so it can
get a little complicated. But I must say at this point I am very envious of
Dennis for already having all 156 Groo comics on display!!
What have other Extreme Groo Fans done to display Groo stuff in a manner in
which they can be enjoyed daily?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dennis White" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Gary Grossmann" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2002 5:17 AM
Subject: RE: [Groop]X-mas gift idea for creative Groopers (Groopies?)
There is a company that make the clear plastic sleeves that most of the
comic shops use to display the higher priced comics in. these are called
"Snap-happies". They mount very well to the wall as I have a copy of every
issue of GROO "wallpapering" my computer room at the house. It makes for a
very grooish atmosphere.