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  • cuba
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    Originally posted by Gun Grape View Post
    Damn, Great models

    You guys are going to make me start building models again.

    Must resist the urge to open the big box full of unbuilt models in the attic.:)
    Do it! You may never get the urge to so do it!

    Unless they're for your children etc.:))

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  • JAD_333
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    Originally posted by Ironduke View Post
    Did I accidentally link to this thread when sending out the email?
    that's like asking, "what was I thinking"....

    seems so

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  • Ironduke
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    Did I accidentally link to this thread when sending out the email?

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  • JAD_333
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    My vote:

    1 Musashi
    2 Alabama
    3 that hull in Rusty's pix...:)

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  • RustyBattleship
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    Originally posted by Ironduke View Post
    It is a bit late... I suppose I ought to get around to putting up the voting thread. :)
    I just had to vote for the highly detailed Musashi model. It is gorgeous.

    However the Tirpitz model's paint job is very, very eye catching.

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  • Ironduke
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    It is a bit late... I suppose I ought to get around to putting up the voting thread. :)

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  • dave lukins
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    Originally posted by dundonrl View Post
    I built a model of a 1/200 scale Yamato.. worst plastic I've ever worked with.. sitting on a shelf in my dad's house 6" of the bow friggin fell off..

    Unfortunately, being onboard a destroyer sailing up the Western US Coastline from San Diego to Seattle right now I don't have access too any of the models that I built when I was younger..
    The Contests are on going. When you have the time please show off the models..I love to see them, but that is far as it goes with me.

    The kids say it's got something to do with having "sausage fingers", a quick temper, and no patience..I said "rubbish" and gave them a slap around the head oops! there goes that temper again

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  • dundonrl
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    I built a model of a 1/200 scale Yamato.. worst plastic I've ever worked with.. sitting on a shelf in my dad's house 6" of the bow friggin fell off..

    Unfortunately, being onboard a destroyer sailing up the Western US Coastline from San Diego to Seattle right now I don't have access too any of the models that I built when I was younger..

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  • dave lukins
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    Originally posted by glyn View Post
    Yes, yes. I plagiarised it from Lewis Carroll ( as I plagiarise so many others!). That's one thing, but to plagiarise the bloke from your old regiment is quite another.
    Quite ashamed!! will reduced myself by five Ranks

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  • glyn
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    Originally posted by dave lukins View Post
    I won't tell Lewis Carroll if you don't
    Yes, yes. I plagiarised it from Lewis Carroll ( as I plagiarise so many others!). That's one thing, but to plagiarise the bloke from your old regiment is quite another.

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  • dave lukins
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    OK, OK here is one that is not by Glyn, I mean, submitted by Glyn

    He was thoughtful and grave but the Orders he gave were enough to bewilder a Crew

    When he cried "Steer to Starboard, but keep her Larboard!"

    What on earth is a Helmsman to do?:)

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  • dave lukins
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    Originally posted by glyn View Post
    Oi, you've pinched that from shhh you know where shhh, and I submitted it! That is plagiarism
    I won't tell Lewis Carroll if you don't
    Last edited by dave lukins; 17 Aug 07,, 22:20.

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  • dave lukins
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    Originally posted by glyn View Post
    Oi, you've pinched that from shhh you know where shhh, and I submitted it! That is plagiarism
    Never, Plagiarism NEVER wrote that..it was way before his time!!!:) ..he must have stolen it

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  • glyn
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    Originally posted by dave lukins View Post
    No models, only this for you Sealubbers

    He bought a large map representing the Sea
    Without the least vestige of land:
    And the Crew were much pleased when they found it to be
    A map they could all understand.
    Oi, you've pinched that from shhh you know where shhh, and I submitted it! That is plagiarism

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  • dave lukins
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    No models, only this for you Sealubbers

    He bought a large map representing the Sea
    Without the least vestige of land:
    And the Crew were much pleased when they found it to be
    A map they could all understand.

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