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About gregg136

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    Don't play dumb, you're not as good at it as I am.
  • Birthday 06/29/1987

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    Science lover, Very amateur Cyclist. Big in Japan. Once ate the stone in a cherry and lived.

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  1. Oh this is a blast from Childhood, certainly following this one. I wouldn't be surprised if I have a few of the comics still sat somewhere.
  2. I'm up for this, any excuse to buy the Big Boy loco.
  3. I've just been to see this tonight. Absolutely fantastic and I had goosebumps at the end of it. Oldman is brilliant and deserves every award he gets for this. And the Make up department need a bl**dy medal.
  4. We've got this slowly falling apart (eroding I suppose) on the River here http://www.durhamatwar.org.uk/story/12714/
  5. Great photos, we went to the Friday night launch event and despite the sub zero temperatures (Why did I wear shorts!) it was fantastic as usual. Saturday I walked over (I live pretty much slap bang in the middle of the city so it's only 15 minute walk to the sea front) saw the Air Ambulance and the Typhoon but when he rattled off a list of what had cancelled it was everything I wanted to see. Sunday I just stood at the back and watched the Spitfire do a lazy circle over the house. That photo of the Typhoon climbing with the darkened skies though
  6. The Wife and I went to see it last night after finally rustling up a babysitter. I noticed the ammunition (Remembering a certain film that had Spitfires with unlimited ammunition *Cough* Pearl Harbor *Cough*) I think I counted out about 10 seconds worth used although I was quietly telling him to close the distance a bit more before firing. Ken Branagh and Mark Rylance were absolutely fantastic. I did like Michael Caine playing Fortis flight's leader (although it's just his voice) it was a nice nod to his role in 'The Battle of Britain' Also a shout out about the soundtrack, fantastic.
  7. It's really coming together, It's always been a kit I've wanted to take a swing at, however I'd probably find myself sleeping out in the streets in the box it came in.
  8. gregg136

    What are you reading?

    I also have Dr Ballards account of the search for the wreck of Bismarck due to arrive tomorrow. I used to have that book and 'Lost Liners' on permanent loan from the library. As they say 'round these parts "I love owt like that, me"
  9. A very happy new year, may your brushes be clean and your panel lines sharp

  10. I was thinking of buying the kit at the weekend and came across the build thread. It's an absolutely superb ship you've got there, you could mistake it for the shipbuilders model.
  11. What a cracking build, it's making me want to go out and get one
  12. Loving the Matilda, I always did like that scheme.
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