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Jim Rogers

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About Jim Rogers

  • Birthday 09/03/1950

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    Bremerton, WA, USA
  • Interests
    Scuba Diving, Underwater Photography, Wood Working, Model building

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  1. A good friend of mine has three laser machines and a computer controlled router. Sooooooo.
  2. I use the MicroMark Handheld Micro Sander a lot. Has several different shaped head attachments and has three grits available. 180, 220, 400. Another great add is the Syren Ship Company Serving Machine. Really adds to your models rigging.
  3. The name “discord” does not evoke a warm fuzzy feeling.
  4. “For example, there are no bulkheads and false keel or ply parts for sale laser cut. You will need to buy the required sheets of 1/4" plywood sheets and cut your own parts using a scroll saw.” I am confused, so what are the $200 bulkhead set available on Syren?
  5. I can’t find anywhere on the NRG website that mentions this special or how to renew for two years. All I see is one year renewal. It would help if there was a Winnie Special button, where you push and renew for two years.
  6. Or time for a crashing flying boat diorama...that would be very cool.
  7. Pictures of the Charles W Morgan show chain being lifted by the forward windlass.
  8. Would it be possible to put the two 11x17 sheets in the same file as the 40 x 30 sheets so it would be easier to get it all printed at Kinkos?
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