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  • #46
    Originally posted by bwi 971 View Post

    60 pages that can mean two things:

    you have included 50 pages about model making that it is not an ART but a CRAFT.....WE PEOPLE have to stay away of 3D printing and so on….; 9 pages about sanding and ; and 1 page of instructions how to assemble the kit

    Or

    You thought about all the things that WE PEOPLE possible can ****up during the assembly of the kit and tried to squeeze all that into 60 pages.......witch is a record book attempt on its own.
    And you’'re now sitting back, waiting and already enjoying the moment when the first mortal comes along who dares to ask a question about the assembling of the kit so you can just respond with the following 5 letters:

    “RTFM
    M.”


    Either way it’s a great looking kit sir.....as always.

    Grtz,
    Bart

    Well, if you ask Mike he would insist that its the former. Me, I would tell you it's the later. Yes, RTFM! "Class: there ARE stupid questions. Don't be stupid in my class!" (unknown Torpedo A-school instructor).

    M
    "... well, that takes care of Jorgenson's theory!"

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    • #47
      Majorly Cool!! Awesome detail!
      IT TAKES GREAT INTELLIGENCE TO FAKE SUCH STUPIDITY!

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      • #48
        David, Here's a weathering idea for your Blueback.
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        "Will Rogers"
        SSBN659

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