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Rob G

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  1. Hurricane wingtip lights

    PORT is RED, and it's what's LEFT in the bottle that counts. As for the blue/green thing, I think that that has to do with a language weirdness that I have recently read about - (very simply put and not in great detail) Japanese has no name for the colour green, but it does have a name for shades of blue, from green through to violet, and that name translates as 'blue'. Which then gets printed in Japanese model kit instructions, to the confusion of many. I discovered this colour name thing as part of some colour theory research that I'm doing to help my photography; apparently not every culture recognises the same colours that the Anglo/Euro/white people cultures do. It was very interesting.
  2. We're here four the money!

    said the Brummie mahout
  3. Socially awkward

    Large group, small groups, even one on one is no issue, I can cope. Unless... you're female and I'm attracted to you (ie you have 2 arms, 2 legs and a heartbeat. Desperate? Moi?) If that's the case, I turn into an idiot (or possibly more of an idiot. Thank you to those in the cheap seats) who is trying to be as mature as a 12 year old lad. It's always been this way, and now that I'm over my half century (how the heck did THAT happen?) I've figured out why, and there's nowt to be done about it. Thus I rest easy, secure in the knowledge that I will most likely die alone. <shrug>
  4. We're here four the money!

    y palms I pruned
  5. We're here four the money!

    There on the stair, (Anyone know the song?)
  6. D-Day Double build.

    Humbrol enamels aren't that difficult to spray, they're my preferred paint. Just make sure that they're mixed fully (use a flat stirrer), make sure that they're thinned enough, and put light coats on (I use General Purpose thinners from the local auto chain. Cheap and it works).The only Humbrol acrylics that I've used are the 'free' ones in the starter sets... less said about them, the better. I just bin them straight up now. Not sure I'd bother with trying any other Humbrol acrylics. (Preferred acrylic paint is Gunze Sangyo- love that stuff.) I'll follow along quietly, Michelle. Looks good so far.
  7. We're here four the money!

    and raise you twenty
  8. We're here four the money!

    -o, daaay-o..... Daylight come
  9. Funny, I was thinking the exact same thing yesterday and had contemplated sending a PM when I got back into town from work. Thanks to those who are contacting him.
  10. Four the umpteen time

    bought with drug money
  11. Four the umpteen time

    something rotten in Denmark
  12. Four the umpteen time

    or abolished. Deep-sea creatures
  13. Four the umpteen time

    agree with the TV
  14. Four the umpteen time

    that's on before it
  15. The Gentlemanly Pursuit

    By the time you fall off the perch young chap, there'll be teleporters giving cheap rides; they'll just drop it in the slot and send it. That is, of course, assuming that said White Cliffs haven't fallen into the sea or suchlike by then.
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