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I just love throwing a wrench in here and there. Oops. spanners for our British readers.
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Craig Abrahamson said on December 11, 2014
Nice lookin’ build, Steve….but where on earth did you get (and furthermore, why) figures of infants? You never cease to cause me wonderment! 🙂
California Steve said on December 11, 2014
Just checking to make sure your your paying attention Craig.
Actually, I am having some friends over. And this was a I dare you to post this. I was showing off the website. And were were goofing with the cameras. Then someone said lets have some fun.
Well what a group of hooligans. I will beg forgiveness tomorrow.
But in the meantime, Have fun.
All I can say is your avatar certainly reflects your personality. lol
Honesty is the best politically! Wait!.. never mind.
Bernd Müller said on December 11, 2014
A bit “strange” but nice Steve !
They made me do it Bernd!
Victor Digiorgi said on December 11, 2014
Are these babies born from the same mother, or what ? They look so exactly the same …
I don’t know Victor. The package said Boys from Brazil.
Gregor d said on December 11, 2014
Yeah, you might want to reconsider that “get in the tank” order if those nappies are “fully loaded” :))
Hey Gregor. Another use for the term “down the hatch”.
Milan D. said on December 11, 2014
You could use some weathering to those babies Steve… Too clean compared to tank! 🙂
California Steve said on December 12, 2014
Milan, you should see their bottoms! No,… I mean their undersides. No,… I mean the part that is touching the ground. You know what I mean.
AL HOFFMAN said on December 11, 2014
Considering the scale I think those must be babies of the prehistoric giants those brothers are looking for on TV right now. At least it’s on here in Indiana but then we do tend to watch outlandish shows.
Tank looks pretty good too.
I heard those tank guys all had big heads. Patton Syndrome.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on December 11, 2014
I can only wonder what your Christmas Cards are like?
Have you ever seen an “art car”?
It’s one of them “hip” things. Or something.
It’s like a filipino Jeepney, only stranger and less structured. Yoiur babies would be glued to the tank, with all kinds of bric-a-brac in really strange colors, and no apparent (to me, anyhow) pattern.
Little wierd brainstorming for you, here. (chuckle)
I have seen those Bernard and I always thought What the?
Probably what you are thinking about this post.
Just having some fun.
Hmmm. “Village of the D–ned” was on TCM last night. Coincidence? Inspiration?
Al: It’s on here in the East, also. Curse of Oak Island is getting on my nerves, though.
Simon Whitney said on December 11, 2014
May be he was asking them if they had any nappy-palm?
Rick Wilkes said on December 11, 2014
Steve it’s clear you don’t need any of my meds to “crank” your imagination 😉
Jaime Carreon said on December 11, 2014
Are your kids looking for your retirement home yet, Steve? 🙂
Gary Brantley said on December 11, 2014
Yes sir, those are some big babies! I agree that they could use a bit of weathering too; just let them crawl under the tank a few times…:)
Mike Maynard said on December 12, 2014
Interesting. Very interesting…………
bob mack said on December 12, 2014
what in the heck…i’ve heard of war babies but this…get war daddy up here on the double
Great reply’s guys. Here is what happened. I had some friends over to goof and talk about models and stuff. Then I showed them imodeler and they started going through the supply drawers in the modeling room/man cave. Then someone said “let’s have some cool ones. Then someone said Let’s post one of Steve’s models and see what it looks like on imodeler. Well things got a bit out of hand.
We did really have a great time. I slept in the next morning.
Morne Meyer said on December 13, 2014
Old Gomer Pyle dragging the kids off to war whilst mum play Rosie the Riveter in the factory back home. 😉
George Williams said on December 15, 2014
To quote Men Behaving Badly (a classic BBC sitcom) “too weird, mate”.
California Steve said on December 15, 2014
Good one George. I have seen a few of these.
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