WHAT SPAM?? One poster pointed out a YouTube video. I watched it, enjoyed it
and noted that they have a YouTube Channel - meaning a Lot More videos. *I*
don't work for them and I doubt the OP does either. The rest of you buggers
have got your knickers in such a twist over it you'll all be singing soprano
It's been that way for more than the 15 years I've been hanging around
here. A few like to crab and grouse so loudly that they feel as if
they own the place. Look at the whining over some advertising for
tools. Modelers don't need tools. Right? They just gnaw at their
models to make them work right.
Basically, the louder they scream, the less they have to contribute.
Just watch for yourself and see. The next two idiots to scream at me
hardly contribute anything except to scream at someone else now and
again. I'll bet you 5 cents their trains are smashed against the
basement walls if an ant manages to cross the tracks.
No, Ray, you're just playing asshole net-nanny again. As is your
Ray, as Lewis Carrol noted, words have actual meanings; and "complain"
doesn't mean "pointing out facts", no matter how much you'd prefer it
to be otherwise. In fact, I made no value judgents on Miniature
Wonderland *at all* other than a joking reference to "seedy tourist
attractions" -and I included both Disneyland and Europe as other
examples of "seedy", which should have clued even the *dimmest* bulb
into the fact that it was a humorous over- exaggeration.
I didn't "slam" anyone except you (see above), and that quite
deservedly, nor did I say there was anything wrong with a model
railroad museum charging for admission.
That's because you only see what you *want* to see and fail to read
the actual words that appear in front of you on your screen. (And in
case you were wondering, the proper word for that id "delusional".)
Ray, it pains me to say it, but you're an idiot.
There were no "complaints", and your entire post is based on your own
straw-man reasoning: something at which you regularly excel.
Yeah, maybe some day I can become a real grown-up like you: someone
who buys a lifetime supply of teapots just so you'll never run shy
when you want to throw a tempest......er, tantrum.
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