Danno

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  • Location Feenicks, Extreme Southwest Broncoland
  • Full Name Nameless Natural Luminary

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  1. Danno added a post in a topic Brainteaser   

    ANSWER:    To get to the other side.
     

  2. Danno added a post in a topic 1960 Pontiac Catalina - LAPD Freeway Interceptor   

    Outstanding, Tom!!
  3. Danno added a post in a topic Least favorite?   

    The best thing about the Neeeeeesawn Puke is that it finally got the Aztek a little respite from all the criticism and ridicule.  At least there's that. 
     
    Jonathan . . . That PukeR is a good example of lipsticking a pig.    
     

     
     
  4. Danno added a post in a topic Lost Words From Our Childhood   

    Atari.  Pac Man.  Space Invaders.  . . . 
  5. Danno added a post in a topic Lost Words From Our Childhood   


    Party's at my house!   Harry admitted I got him!  Party's at my house!   
     
    {I woulda settled for Chicagoland, but no, you hadda say 'Chicago.'}  
     
     
     
  6. Danno added a post in a topic Modelhaus website shut down ( temporary )   

    Interesting.
     
    In the meantime, modelers in the Southwest can plan to be at DESERT SCALE CLASSIC on April 9, 2016 in Phoenix.  
    Bob Zetterman, a long-time dealer for Modelhaus will be at DSC12 with a substantial inventory of Modelhaus components, parts, and kits for sale.  
     
     
     
  7. Danno added a post in a topic Lost Words From Our Childhood   

     
    Of course I realize Portillo's is from Chicago.  Well, actually Villa Park which is near Chicago.  
    But regardless, I don't drive to Chicago or thereabouts for a dog.  I'll go to Tempe or Scottsdale, but that's about as far as Dick Portillo can expect of me.
     
     
     
     
  8. Danno added a post in a topic Words/Phrases You're Sick Of Hearing?   

    I'm on the fence about "builds."  
     
    HOWEVER, the one that really starts my chainsaw is the abuse of the term "kit."
     
    My nails are dragged across the chalkboard when I see or hear someone say, 'Look at my kit,' and they're pointing out a finished model.
    Unassembled packages of parts are kits.  'Kits' are only 'kits' until they're assembled; then they are models.  
    Models are assembled replicas of real things.
    {Or, 'kits' are baby foxes.}  
     
    But either way, 'kits' ain't finished models, and finished models are NO LONGER 'kits.'  
     
    KIT:

    < UNbuilt. >
     
     
    MODEL:
     

     
    < Built. >
     
    Done.  
     
     
  9. Danno added a post in a topic THE BUS is finished......   

    B!+chn'!  Tooo much.
     
     
  10. Danno added a post in a topic Lost Words From Our Childhood   

    Chili Cheese Dog with Onions.  Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!

     
    BEST place in the Valley for dogs of all nature:

    Second best:

     
    Close third:

     
    And, fourth . . . but by far the most reasonable in price:
     

  11. Danno added a post in a topic Odd store policy   


    10-4.  
     
  12. Danno added a post in a topic Odd store policy   

    "When the cashier actually took my ID and scanned it at Target, I decided to never buy alcohol there again. As a result, I don't go there much at all anymore."
     
    Why not?  They already have your info.  One and done.  It won't be deleted if you don't go there anymore.  
    Their database and the marketing firms they sell it to already have your info and they've already blended it with the stuff your liquor store and grocery stores and other department stores and gas stations and utilities and banks have sold them.   
     
  13. Danno added a post in a topic New Brush Truck Started   

    As always, Charlie, amazing work! 
  14. Danno added a post in a topic Revell 2nd QTR 2016   

    When I was a sheriff's deputy, we had a fleet of '76 Oldsmobile Cutlass sedans that were assigned to the detectives and staff officers.  They had wimpy little V6s, and they had a hard time running fast enough to stay out of their own way.  We called each of them a "Gutless Cutlass."