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1826
I think it'll work out great.  Can't wait to get my next order in (but I'll have to as I'm flat broke).

1827
Eons ago when I played 40K we didn't allow anything bigger than a Land Raider on the table.  You could have ten of them, but nothing bigger.  There is a point where more fire power just gets stupid and unbalanced.  That said, the kid with 5 LRs full of terminators never did manage to win against my eldar, or anyone else for that matter.  Got to be a running joke.

Back on topic, amazing paint work.

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Libertee's Miscellaneous Musings II / Re: Things that make you happy
« on: July 17, 2011, 05:35:45 PM »
 :lalala:

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Movies/TV/Music Zone / Re: Latest Hobbit movie news
« on: July 17, 2011, 01:33:41 AM »
Ehhhhh... Some of the dwarves look really weird in these pics, especially in terms of proportions. Maybe I'm just too used to Gimli. Hopefully they look better in the films. Also the stubble dwarf... Looks like a short Aragorn, barely Dwarf at all.

I agree with you, but I'm still looking forward to this movie coming out.

1830
I'd like to see goblins given thier due.  Set up as thier own force without big stupid orcs kicking them around.  A race apart from orcs not as some slave/distant genetic relation/cannon fodder group.

But this isn't a suggestion thread.  This is a 'hey, need to generate more sales or there could be trouble, just letting you know' thread.

But.

But

Goblins are orc children who haven't grown up yet  :shock:.

ppppbbbbbbbbttttt! to that!

1831
Not so much p****** me off, but driving me insane, the fact that my entire hobby room is in boxes in the basement/crawl space.  Still.  I still have to put a floor back in there and finish it, paint the ceiling and walls and put some kind of mouldings in.  Then I can move back in there.  Then I imagine I'll hit a creative block and go a different kind of insane. :blink:

1832
Used, not abused.  First Heresy order in  :thumbup:

1833
I've been marveling at this creation for quite a while...I could never paint one adequately enough.  But I do think this is the best dragon model (mini doesn't fit) ever produced.  At current market rates, and if the price is still correct, in CAD the dragon costs $310 and change.  Totally worth it, I imagine.

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I'd like to see goblins given thier due.  Set up as thier own force without big stupid orcs kicking them around.  A race apart from orcs not as some slave/distant genetic relation/cannon fodder group.

But this isn't a suggestion thread.  This is a 'hey, need to generate more sales or there could be trouble, just letting you know' thread.

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Libertee's Miscellaneous Musings II / Re: Things that make you happy
« on: July 14, 2011, 01:42:45 AM »
I'm happy that the HF store is open again.

What really makes me happy right now is I am begining to suspect that my roof DOESN"T leak  :boing:, that the water that made it inside was in fact driven in past the siding by the rediculously obscene weather we had this winter.  Which means I need to stop that somehow. :tantrum:

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I'm not a 15mm guy, never will be - too darned small

Well said.  As for the 'use it or loose it', I've been planning an order hoping to have cash to put it in soon.  Not cooing and petting, just stating fact.  :angel:

1837
neither of the above posts is true.



Proof?  I haven't found any, either way.

1838
If you cut out refined sugars, make sure that you don't eat too much of anything that contains aspratame.  It breaks down in the body into a number of chemicals one being formaldehyde, the others are pretty much harmless.

PS I don't actually know if that is true or not, so have at it.

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Libertee's Miscellaneous Musings II / Re: Things that make you happy
« on: July 02, 2011, 06:41:24 AM »
What would make me happy today?  More updates the luscious ladies that kev's been working on. :angel:

1840
The ipad 2

Got no use for that, really.  I'd rather buy a desktop apple.

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Libertee's Miscellaneous Musings II / Re: Things that make you happy
« on: June 27, 2011, 05:53:17 AM »
I have to do two more coats of floor finish, let it cure for 72 hours then I can move back in to my house!  Posties are finally going back to work tomorrow. :thumbup:

That's it for now.

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Libertee's Miscellaneous Musings II / Re: Things that make you happy
« on: June 24, 2011, 10:22:44 PM »
My furniture that I ordered on-line arrived today.   :boing:  Three boxes weighing 205lbs total.  Hooray for Ikea.  Now I just need my house back.

1843
General Ranting / Re: unsolicited E-bay bidding!
« on: June 23, 2011, 03:58:12 AM »
Well despite Canada Post being on strike, possibly getting legislated back to work tomorrow (Thursday, so working Friday), it has put a definite halt to my ebay browsing and bidding.  Been too busy renovating for otherwise.  My computer is even all packed away, have to use in-law's computer to post this stuff.

1844
Talking/text messaging on a hand held phone while driving is now illegal in BC Canada.  I still see about 5 everyday.  Makes me wish I could wreck their phones.  Talking on a hands free device is legal while driving, I'm not sure that's much better.  There is a church in my town that had a sign that read: "Honk if you love Jesus, text while driving if you want to meet him"

1845
:lol:
A quite hefty young lady walked into me at the weekend and then proceeded to shout "Didn't you see me?"  "You're a bit hard to miss, love" I replied and beat a hasty retreat while she was still open-mouthed and speechless.

Simply brilliant, well done.

1846
Started doing a redo in my house.  Pulled out the carpet, fir floors shot, back bedroom floor wet.  Traced cause to shoddy roof design.  Have to redesign the roof and put down a new floor.  Floor is easy roof is bad.

1847
The 3 inch wound on my shin caused by an uneven concrete storeroom floor at work..............

"Compo!"

Yeah, milk it!  I once worked with a guy who got two weeks compo for a paper cut!  Talk about pansy @$$

1848
Canada post is officially locked out.  Now I have to wait even longer for my toys from evilbay, and who knows what is going to happen to the furniature that I just ordered online yesterday.  Hopefully the furniature is being shipped via courier or transport company.

The biggest problem with the postal strike is that they want higher wages.  They don't give a #*%(&!^ @%&! that they are part of the reason for the cost of living going up all the time.  If they didn't make $20-$40 per hour... :tantrum:

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Questions and Answers / Re: Motorcycles for minis.
« on: June 09, 2011, 02:04:07 AM »
Wow...I feel stupid.  I forgot about that bike!  I was planning on two bikes but I could change the plan...  Now I have to save some money and make a descision.

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Questions and Answers / Re: Motorcycles for minis.
« on: June 06, 2011, 04:57:12 PM »
If the bikes are a bit bigger than 28mm I think it'll be ok.  Quite often you see people with bikes that are likely too big for them.