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SeanM

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  1. Funny how they don't seem put out by unexplainable mysteries but if they saw a spider, or a mouse... Actually, maybe if I leave cheese in the basket the mice will disappear too, no need for traps
  2. This one is for Tzulscha: A man seeing flashing red and blue lights in his rear view mirror pulls to the side of the road. A minute or so after coming to a stop, a police officer approaches the car. The man says, "What's the problem officer?" Officer: "You were going 75 miles an hour in a 55 mile an hour zone. I'm afraid I'm going to have to ticket you." Man: No sir, I was going a little over 60. Wife: Oh, Harry. You were going at least 80! (The man gives wife dirty look.) Officer: I'm also going to give you a ticket for your broken tail light. Man: Broken tail light? I didn't know about a broken tail light! Wife: Oh Harry, you've known about that tail light for weeks! (The man gives his wife another a dirty look.) Officer: I'm also going to give you a citation for not wearing your seat belt. Man: Oh, I just took it off when you were walking up to the car. Wife: Oh, Harry, you never wear your seat belt! The Man turns to his wife and yells, "For cryin' out loud, can't you just shut up?!" The officer turns to the woman and asks, "Ma'am, Does your husband talk to you this way all the time?" Wife says, "No officer, Only when he's drunk."
  3. Thanks Steve & Paul
  4. Anyone know why the back of the main mast is black?
  5. Called over to The Hobby Den in Kildare and picked up 2 of the HobbyZone desk organisers that Bryan was kindly holding for me. The items come flat packed but go together easily with some wood glue First was a rack for 36 Vallejo or other brand acrylic bottles: And a rack for paint brushes and tools: And then they stick together with strong magnets which are included: Total assembly time was about 30 minutes and cost only €27.50. Makes the desk a lot less messy but I will need another paint rack or two. Will also add drawer units under them over time
  6. Thanks Mick Decks fully masked and the hull and superstructure painted. Need to build a jig now to hold her upside down to do the hull red and boot line while protecting that mast
  7. Masking, the one step in this hobby I really dislike
  8. The G6 is an awesome looking beast. Will follow this build with interest....
  9. I'll do a bit of everything but the ones that really turn me on are Humvees, LAVs and Strykers. Just my personal preferences. And as for anything with wings, not really interested. Although it is what brought me back to the hobby many years ago doing a 1/32 F14 I don't think I've done a plane in over 10 years
  10. Couldn't honestly get past the level of education question. Goes from sixth form to Degree. No certificate course or diploma courses allowed..... sorry
  11. The latest Jack Reacher book Night School
  12. Not really serious regret. Sometimes wonder why I started a project and may have difficulty finishing, usually because of complexity, but as I only buy subjects I like I tend to stick with them
  13. Thanks Gents! After being adrift for a while I managed to get it primed. Kept the second mast off for ease of painting. Sorry I didn't think of that before doing the first too.... Next up paint and then mask the decks
  14. Must remember that next time I'm over there.... Over here my 2 favorites are Marks Models in Dublin & The Hobby Den in Kildare town
  15. Don't normally bother looking at ancient WWII stuff but stumbled in here by accident. I have to say that looks great what you've done. Does not look like a 1/350 kit