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Captain Poison

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  • Birthday 09/14/1965

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    Fort Lauderdale,Florida

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  1. I found this one on Amazon and is excellent..
  2. Favorite old timer quotes

    Useless as an ashtray on a motorcycle. Useless as a horn on an airplane. Liar as a politician in campaign. Dangerous as a surgeon with hiccups. Difficult as walking backwards in flip flops..
  3. You can use rolling paper or cigarette paper,apply some oil and it's gonna looks clear.This is just a quick fix if you running out of celluloid sheets.Also you can buy donuts and use the clear plastic of the lid box.
  4. This may vary depending on which country was the ship and whether they were wartime or peace.And surely it was used a light color for lower decks.
  5. Ageing Decks

    Another technique is to use white glue mixed with cigarette ashes and water...no only serves for the caulking also to give an antique look to the wood. Once the mixture has passed and removed with a slightly wet cloth, pass a fine sandpaper to remove even more excess. (The same technique is used for the hull).
  6. In addition to this maneuver to secure the cannons on trips (JerseyCity Frankie pics), also were placed as seen in the third drawing, when it had a very bad sea.
  7. R.I.P. Captain Bob

    My condolences to the family, rest in peace Bob..

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