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#1 MsDano85gt


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Posted 26 August 2013 - 02:33 PM

I have been on the  forum awile but I figured I would  introduce myself !

   My name is  Danny and  I  have a  real  problem!

  I'm very  addicted to styrene!


 and i'm very  lonely here  in south  ms!

 trying to  find some  modeling  buddies!     I would  even  be  happy with  someone from the  nearby Louisiana area or the  sothern Alabama area!

     lookin for some  fellow  styrene friends here to get together with once in a  moon!


#2 Swamp Dog

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 04:02 PM

welcome Daniel..their are people out their in your area , but the question is will they talk ..i live here in southern Louisiana and i know to a fact that they are guys in town and are on this forum but they keep to their self...i figure they don't want anyone to know they build models..lol..PM me your ph # i'll talk models with you..

#3 slusher


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Posted 26 August 2013 - 04:29 PM

Welcome Danny, plenty of styrene junkies here...

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 04:42 PM

Hey Daniel,  This hobby does put us in an isolation to a certain degree. Spending many hours at a time bellied up to a bench,  chin deep in small tools and parts under a flood of bright lights with obnoxious headgear providing visual assistance is kinda like being in a bubble. 


We must like some part of the isolation or we would be involved  in more social settings like billiards,  darts,  bridge,  poker, church,  bingo,  etc...


I joined a model club a while back and realized that it was not really my bag.  It did introduce me to some great  people with some over-the-top building skills.


MCM Forums keep me in contact with others who have the same vice.  (from a distance :))


The isolation just seems to go along with the hobby.


PS...There are far worse things to do with our spare time


Peace out,


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Posted 26 August 2013 - 11:36 PM

WELCOME Daniel! :D