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I say we all buy as much black paint as possible, as it generally
contains carbon black as a pigment, so we get the equivalent of model
builder carbon credits.
Also, consider building more model night fighters, as well as SR-71s and
And even if they are molded in black, make sure to paint them black also.
Mother Earth and your local IPMS expects no less of you.
We need to make a list of "Enviro-friendly" model subjects; lets see:
"Black Cat" PBY.
Coal-fired steam engine trains.
TIE fighter pilots.
The Black Scorpion.
X-Men (movie uniforms)
The Phantom of the Opera.
The Black Knight.
TNG Skin Of Evil.
B5 Shadows and their ships.
There must be many more.... :-)
Commie plot! That's exactly how your hard-core commie works, Mr. Pugs.
They take a good and decent American aircraft, copy its design in one of
their slave labor camps, paint it as black as their Bolshevik hearts,
and stick a overheated redhead in it to seduce our flyboys.
Thank God that John Wayne knew how to screw her into the joy of liberty
and the right way of seeing things, like James Bond and James T. Kirk.
By the end of the movie she knew what she _really_ wanted wasn't the
incipient lesbian perversions and military uniforms of the Reds, but
rather a see-through babydoll nighty and a really well-equipped kitchen
where she could cook for her man...like all real women do when then
appreciate their part in the natural scheme of things that the commies
seek to destroy.
I'll bet putting on that Playtex girdle for the first time was the most
liberating moment of her whole life. :-D
Now THAT would be worth fighting squidies for.
So who was that?
Now there's a woman who knows how to dress right.
Certainly better than Trinity and her black dominatrix cape and sunglasses.
You note when she kisses Neo to bring him back to life, she's ON TOP.
I think that's highly indicative of what this movie's hidden agenda is,
if you hadn't figured it out already by the African-American woman who
played The Oracle.
Yeah, just take whatever dominant women say as good advice, particularly
if they are black, _White Man_!
It started with Guinan on Star Trek, ordering Picard around like he was
her little white lap dog.
Do you remember the "lost episode" of "The Court-Martial Of Captain Picard":
"Why did you disobey your orders, and cease the war on the Klingon
Empire in the alternate timeline?"
"My bartender thought it was a good idea."
"Your _bartender_ thought it was a good idea?!"
"She was a black woman."
"Oh, in that case, charges dismissed."
Even the commie scriptwriters of TNG knew that was playing their cards a
bit too soon.
Don't even get me started on the implied lesbianism between Counselor
Troi and Dr. Beverly Crusher:
"Naval Construction Contract"?
More like "Nut Crusher Central"!
("Krusher"? Another clue to their degenerate red master-plan!)
Why do you think Kirk was so shook up when he said: "Why do think they
call it SHE?"
When you get on board they are the size of coconuts, after a few years
they are more like hazelnuts sitting atop a Brandy Alexander that SHE
demands...and then only sips at saying "This is _too_ fattening".
But don't worry, your wallet is getting a little lighter by the moment.
Riker was so shaken up and desperate that he was trying to constantly
screw things that weren't even _human_.
And you will note he was having at things that didn't even know if they
were male or female; simply to escape the constant "helpful"
ball-busting of Consular Troi.
Blood wine. That's the key for the _true_ male warrior.
And I don't mean menstrual blood either. :-D
Patrick, son of James.
On Nov 28, 7:52 am, email@example.com wrote:
I'm still working on two conversions from the Aeroteam Yak-11. As my
part of the effort I present two gloss black Yaks named Blyac, one for
me, one for the owner as he lts me fly her. Last night I stumbled on
decals for her on the Thrust Decals site. I was databasing their
products for the 1/72 scale database when I came accross markings for
Defector, her original name when she was silver and chrome overall.
Next came the current Blyak markings with chrome cowling front, canopy
frame, landing gear doors and exhaust backing, all else is gloss
Try www.thrustdecalsonline.com. Great stuff including conversion kits.
Mostly racing aircraft at this stage. More coming later. AND they do
whatever scale you want on a sliding scale. My Blyak decals were $6
each plus CA tax and $1.50 shipping.
BTW, does anybody know if SNJ does a chrome that has a better
reflective surface than Bare Metal chrome? I havn't picked up the
Alclad II yet.
i've seen some semi-nudes and skimpy outfits on troi and she really doesn't do
much for me. those uniforms hide a lot of sins. her case is too top heavy and
hippy for me. but i know many like that type and i accept that.
Mmmmm, Greek women. Somewhere on one of my ST tapes I have segments of
a talk show (no longer seen, AFAIK) with her as the guest. She can be
loud and shrill at times. Silly too, but that doesn't turn me off.
Strange, but as one ages one is supposed to lose hearing of the bass
tones, I've been told. I hear bass fairly well but high pitches hurt my
ears and I lose the words if there are any.
Bill Banaszak, MFE Sr.
IIRC, Gates was in "The Muppets Take Manhattan". So Kermit must be
deeply in it too.
It was interesting to see her in "Becker" as she was spotless there.
Mmm, yes! All that red hair.
.and that Dabo girl...and
Apparently you could have had her for a little weed at one time. :(
Nope, not me, no attraction there.
She was in two TOS episodes and I found her voice alluring. It got
flatter by the time of TNG.
You are now aware that they wore shorts under those, yes? It was only
on the TNG pilot that something like those were worn by some female
crew. If there were any male crew wearing them I don't want to know.
Bill Banaszak, MFE Sr.
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