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 Posted: Mon Jan 31st, 2011 04:29 pm
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Wayne Williams wrote: Perry,
I know what you mean by "getting rid of the itch". I have hit a plato on the Old Republic. After some 100 plus hours on the cupola I needed a rest.

But that's what is so interesting with this hobby, when you tire of one thing, there are so many other ones to go to and, bingo, you are off and running again.


That's one half of the problem, Wayne. The other half is having so many jobs you want to do, you don't know where to start! :shock:

I think you've earned a rest from the Old Republic, but please make it a short one. We're all 'itching' to see how it turns out. :thumbs


Due to cutbacks, the light at the end of the tunnel has been switched off.
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