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 Posted: Fri Oct 11th, 2013 06:29 am
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You may read an article on my layout in the last issue of British Railway Modelling of November page 52 and more.



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 Posted: Fri Oct 11th, 2013 03:12 pm
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Yanks reading British railroading magazines???? Maybe in a perfect world but not likely in this one ROFL :)



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 Posted: Fri Oct 11th, 2013 05:17 pm
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Tileguy wrote: Yanks reading British railroading magazines???? Maybe in a perfect world but not likely in this one ROFL :)Why not, I read british and us railroad magazines !



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Well, nothing is better suited than a common language to keep people apart :glad:



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I get on NGRM site from time to time but they can't understand Tex-Mex words. They are getting interested in r/c so there is a "common language" at least.

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 Posted: Mon Oct 14th, 2013 10:37 pm
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I don't read any darn countries railway magazines ...

... I just look at the pictures !!

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Si.

Brad Pitt don't live in France ... do he ?

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 Posted: Sat Oct 19th, 2013 06:55 pm
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I get 2 new recruits to Woolacombe Bay : Bob and Doug Mckenzie, the cousins of Canada of the owner of the railroad !






I choose them because they are very expressive, a little simple-minded and a bit drunky.



I would like to have your opinion : Do you pefer Bob and Doug or th fisherman figure ? Thanks for your reply.



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 Posted: Sun Oct 20th, 2013 12:21 am
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Hi Franck :wave:

I think ALL the mini-dudes look great !

The original fisherman...
...looks like he's been on the X-Box all night playing 'Space Invaders'(TM).

Bob 'the bobble' probably wears aluminium-foil under his hat...
...& offers his spare PC time to SETI !
I would normaly say NO! to D&D...
...but Bob doesn't have to steer & the top-speed is probably pretty low...
...so yeah; if he wants to get 'drunky' on the job; it's fine by me !
Just one tip...
...if you want to get American Magazine articles accepted...
...LOOSE THE BOTTLE ! (& positively NO gambling!).

You gonna have to rename Doug ... 'Brad' OK?
He looks just like B.P. in Quentin's 'Inglorious Bastards'.
As Brad himself says: "If they wanna red-neck; they call me first" !!
Nice shirt !

I think they can take it in turns in the drivers seats !

All the best.

Cheers

Si.

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 Posted: Sun Oct 20th, 2013 03:03 pm
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Figure with bottle--best of all.

Second one- nice clothing, but give him a decent hat to wear, and tell him not to point at his necklace which looks like it is made from amputated children's hands, before questions start getting asked.

And the fisherman--he appears to be asking Divine guideness. Oh God--why me?

Herb



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I like the first one, the guy joyously breaking Rule G. Jose.



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