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14 hours ago, Dakimbrell said:

The only way to to Carnage Hall is practice, practice, practice. 

Dak

Dak,

This auto-correct-induced typo is gold-  too good to ignore!

”Carnage Hall” would be a great name for my modeling room.  I’ve certainly butchered some styrene along the way!

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Carnage Hall, indeed!

Dak

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