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TedUSA

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I suppose we all have tools that are so "experienced" we cannot dare let them get lost. I have a pair of pants that have about every stain from every project I have done in the last 15yr or so. they are horrible but when I put them on I feel more confident somehow [see what you can do with that comment Pete- I dare ya--LOL]
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OMG...the gauntlet has been thrown down, and the crowd eagerly await the reply...
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I was about to say something, but it had to do with prostitutes.... Figured that might have been taking it a little further than I'm willing to at the moment LOL.

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I was about to say something, but it had to do with prostitutes.... Figured that might have been taking it a little further than I'm willing to at the moment LOL.

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no worries--Pete will eventually see that post and then.........................................lol?

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I suppose we all have tools that are so "experienced" we cannot dare let them get lost. I have a pair of pants that have about every stain from every project I have done in the last 15yr or so. they are horrible but when I put them on I feel more confident somehow [see what you can do with that comment Pete- I dare ya--LOL]


Ted's lucky pants


"ITS TAMIYA DARK EARTH AND CLEAR YELLOW I TELL YA ! "

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I don't know... Those still look a little too "clean" to be 15 years old. lol

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LMAOWROF Pete--too funny, just too funny. I've seen those pants on patients in the hospital before. it was usually someone from a car wreck or they had been in a fight and the other guy pulled a knife or a gun!
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LMAOWROF Pete--too funny, just too funny. I've seen those pants on patients in the hospital before. it was usually someone from a car wreck or they had been in a fight and the other guy pulled a knife or a gun!


These are what mine look like when I start dipping decals into the water lol

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did you HAVE to mention decals? now I got a  stain in my new office chair..............phew!!!
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Well this one is aĺl ready for final stripe, must remember not to put it in the oven with the roast, [smile]

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great idea to use the foil, its "paint proof" and much cheaper than most any other material.
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Brilliant idea with the foil, and a bonus is that the aliens won be able to read the pilots minds either ! I never leave the house without my tinfoil hat

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Brilliant idea with the foil, and a bonus is that the aliens won be able to read the pilots minds either ! I never leave the house without my tinfoil hat

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You been sniffing again, haven't you.
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great idea to use the foil, its "paint proof" and much cheaper than most any other material.



I like that it's also so pliable, and only have a minimum amount of tape on already painted areas. Try it out, but don't forget it is metal and could scratch if you are not careful.
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Brilliant idea with the foil, and a bonus is that the aliens won be able to read the pilots minds either ! I never leave the house without my tinfoil hat

Pete


You been sniffing again, haven't you.


Fumes make Pete happy !
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