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Old man who still likes to glue pieces of plastic together. However, unlike my earlier years, I no longer rig fireworks inside in order to simulate a direct air-to-air missile hit.

Based in Rochester, NY, USA - one of the garden spots of the Western Hemisphere and home to the "garbage plate." (Google it. No wait, you'd better not. It ain't a pretty picture.)

Main interest is Naval Aviation, matters not to me whether pulling, pushing, or reheating. My brother flew Jolly Green Giants in 'Nam, my uncle flew Hellcats in WWII, and my grandfather flew a Spad in the Great War. I flew a Chevy Corvair while enjoying a student deferment.

Build mainly in Braille Scale. The money saved from not buying larger kits helps pay for correcting all the vision problems caused by working with 1/72 scale photoetch.