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 Posted: Tue Jul 6th, 2010 11:09 am
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ddolfelin wrote: A typical DD thread.

Starts with a veiled criticism of a kit and progresses to a survey of computer electronics.

that`s a new way of saying "what a load of waffle "

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 Posted: Wed Jul 7th, 2010 06:42 am
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Totally agree, Owen.
It didn't start out that way.



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Now this scratch build thingy we trying to define. Can it be that when say like me i have a couple of farm buildings i am having to build the farm yard etc round it, ie walls and chicken coup etc?. :hmm

Suspect i am way off the mark like the England squad i bet :roll:

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It's all scratchbuilt so far, Phill.



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Looks like one of my finished prize models:lol:



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Times have changed since that thread, Mike.
Now I can post pics at will on the Mac.
Attachments have become frowned upon because they take up too much expensive bandwidth.
You'll notice the thread went slightly off topic.
This can happen - usually on my threads.



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Thats what stops this forum from becoming boring!

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gastwo wrote: Thats what stops this forum from becoming boring!

What's that ?  Hijacking DD's threads ...........................:lol::lol::lol::cheers



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Perry wrote: A definition of 'Kit-bashing'? :question

I would suggest that a kit-bashed model has been based upon a particular kit, but has been altered in more than minor detailing.

For example, a church model kit where a new round tower has been scratchbuilt and used to replace the original square one, but the remainder of the building is still pretty much as it came in the kit. Look upon it as a 'conversion' - a change in structure.

There's my suggestion anyway. :thumbs

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By Herr B. Ork Vord from Kissen Meinen Hinten,

 Iss ziss rule ser same iffen you are haffing an originalisher round tower, unt are to be putting inshted a skvare tower? Ziss I am vonting to be knowink ass I am soon ziss to be do-ink....

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Guten Abend Herr Kissen Meine Hinten (or should that be "Meinen" Hinten ? :roll:)

It's either a honecombe like pastry that you grill and eat with maple syrup or it stuff often heard spoken by people from Denbighshire .........................:cheers



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