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Danno

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    Danno Baker!

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  1. Check out the dscV17 - DESERT SCALE CLASSIC Virtual Venue Model Car Championship. There are 30 categories including six (6) classes for light and heavy commercial modelers: Pickups, Sedan Deliveries-Vans-&-SUVs, Light Commercial, Heavy Commercial, First Responders, and Heavy Emergency Vehicles. Plus, you can make it a family affair - there's a Junior Class for your kids or grandkids or neighbors' kids. It's our second annual OnLine Anti-Covid contest. Come one, come all! 🌡😎
  2. Oh, yeah! Love them. Especially got a kick out of the one in which they go to a park that says "No Pets Allowed" and they have to leave their cat in the Subaru! 🌡😎
  3. Ha, ha! You got me. My bad - typo. Sorry for the stress. (Good catch, Jim!) Wait a minute. I was just testing to see if anyone reads my posts. That's it. It was just a test! I didn't make a boo-boo, it was a test. That's my story and I'm stickin' to it! LOL. 🌡😎
  4. News Flash! MCM Issue # 208 is out and about, with an 8 page full feature spread on dscV16, with 37 models displayed in large format pictures! Plus, a scannable QR code for more online content!! Check it out, then get your dscV17 entries in! Let's see if yours is featured in the next MCM coverage of DESERT SCALE CLASSIC! {Registration deadline is May 1 - make that 31.} 🌡😎
  5. MCM Issue# 208 is here! Arrived today. Wow! Outstanding issue . . . great work, Gregg, Darryl, Tim, Larry, Rachael, and David! Great articles, new product reviews, tool reviews, and kit reviews, some super build-up articles, and a neat new feature: they're grabbing some of the models shown here on the Forum by our fellow forum members! Terrific issue! * Of course, some might say I'm a bit partial -- since it features 8 pages (37 pix) of coverage of the dscV16 - DESERT SCALE CLASSIC Virtual Venue Model Car Championship!! We're pretty proud of that. A great group of entries are featured, and, I think it's the first time I've ever seen it - a QR codes you can scan for more coverage!! Cool. Fantastic, even!! Congrats to everyone (almost too numerous to mention) who has work on display in #208!! And, congratulations (again) to all the MCM Forum members who won awards in last year's dscV16 - and - congratulations (anew) to all the MCM Forum members whose dscV16 entries were selected to be featured in Issue# 208! You guys all made us look good. [FYI - In case you missed it, we decided to Do It Again! Currently, dscV17 is underway! Don't miss it! And, good luck to all this year's entrants!] 🌡😎
  6. MCM Issue# 208 is in the house! Arrived today. Outstanding issue . . . great work, Gregg, Darryl, Tim, Larry, Rachael, and David! * Of course, some might say I'm a bit partial -- since it features 8 pages (37 pix) of coverage of the dscV16 - DESERT SCALE CLASSIC Virtual Venue Model Car Championship!! We're pretty proud of that. A great group of entries are featured, and, I think it's the first time I've ever seen it - a QR code you can scan for more coverage!! Cool. Fantastic, even!! Congratulations (again) to all the MCM Forum members who won awards in last year's dscV16 - and - congratulations (anew) to all the MCM Forum members whose entries were selected to be featured in Issue# 208! You guys all made us look good. [FYI - In case you missed it, we decided to Do It Again! Currently, dscV17 is underway! Don't miss it!] 🌡😎
  7. Really? Obviously that happened sometime after I quit wasting my time with their blog (I can't in good conscious call it a forum). I guess they left it up if it was hyper-critical, but I never saw them leave anything up that was positive, neutral, or benign. Live and learn. But then, I guess it makes no difference now. 🌡😎
  8. That's right! I totally spaced that it wasn't his car, OWNED by him. It belonged to Genesis, so it is their consent that would be necessary to interrogate the EDR. If Genesis was not willing to consent to the "search" of the EDR, then a court-issued search warrant would be required. The driver would have no say whatsoever, unless Genesis was influenced by "protecting" the driver. 🌡😎
  9. Apparently you never tried to post anything on a Klambake Pubishing website that even came close to mentioning Model Cars Magazine. Instant deletion and banishment. There was no allowance for speaking the name of a competitor, let along discussing it whether good or bad. The fact that this forum even allows FSM or SA(no E) or Klambake to be discussed (pro, con, or otherwise) demonstrates vastly more maturity. 🌡😎
  10. Congrats, Steve! Hey, everybody, Steve kicked some bootocks in the DESERT SCALE CLASSIC dscV16 Virtual Venue Model Car Championship last year, too! His Cutlass won its class (Factory Stock) and a Master Award (Best Interior)! Can't wait to see what he has in store for us this year! 🌡😎
  11. Depends. If they obtained the EDR (Electronic Data Recorder) info via search warrant or by owner consent, then it would be admissable. Generally.* Courts have long ago taken judicial notice that the technology works, is accurate, and is reliable. * There are always screwball exceptions. 🌡😎
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