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  • Is Red Diamond Coffee a sub-division or something of Wilkins? If not, shouldn't we move the ads from the Wilkins page to their own? I understand they're just remakes of the Wilkins Coffee bits, but it makes sense to me to spur all the other products to their own pages.

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    • I support a separate Red Diamond Coffee article.

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    • Apart from the remake factor, there just wasn't enough info beyond the fact that they were remakes on most of these originally, so Danny merged and redirected years ago. With more commercials surfacing, solo pages as applicable makes sense and Red Diamond has definitely grown to fit it (and right now it's actually inserted *between* the list of other Wikins titles, so it's just confusing; that Other Titles list should be above the recently found "Wilkins News" things). So a Red Diamond page makes sense.

      I'm not sure if the others in Franchising merit break-outs yet, depending on how many images or info there is beyond the text that's already in the article. For Community Coffee and La Touraine (and looking again, Nash's), the commercials or at least some of them just popped up on YouTube so tables could be built, but I'm not sure it's worth it for the others yet.

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    • Looking further, it seems the Martinson stuff is the same as Jomar Instant. I was going to say just move the text from Wilkins there, but now there's a problem since checking YouTube, the "Jomar Instant" results are all "recreations," edited from Wilkins spots with audio changed or images. So I'm not sure if the current screengrab on the page is actual (if it can be sourced to one of the museum exhibits or screenings, that would work). The one I did find which is clearly an actual Jomar ad is bad recorded-on-phone quality.

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    • The Jomar Baseball picture came from "Story of the American Puppet", a documentary

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    • Yeah that one.

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    • Good one. I haven't looked at it in a while. Glad we're getting some useful content from it.

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