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Old 12-15-2002, 06:53 PM   #51
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Old 12-15-2002, 07:41 PM   #52
 
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My "Insider" just emailed me stating that Jet-X is to release this one soon. This realease is going to be 1,500 pcs. (500 for the USA and the rest goes to the middle east market) What we have here is just a mere "sample" That's all!!
I fail to see where you have inferred humor, parody or any indication in your thread that it's content is satirical or funny in any way... As a college level educator, I do not detect any indicators in your post that the information you state in your post is anything but a statement, truth, belief or fact. The pisser is you are doing at the expense of a particular custom model that my wife and I have spent considerable effort, funds and two months of our time to realize. As our initial model is on the public market as we speak you choose to laughingly make erronious and false statement about our product publically. Hmmm... in doing so I wonder if you may have falsely detoured potential and interested parties away from our product "as a joke" in your own words... I'm not sure if I'm more pi$$ed off or more dissappointed in you for doing it...

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Old 12-15-2002, 08:23 PM   #53
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Hmmm... in doing so I wonder if you may have falsely detoured potential and interested parties away from our product "as a joke" in your own words... I'm not sure if I'm more pi$$ed off or more dissappointed in you for doing it...
Scott, why not simply delete this whole thread and start a new one?

I mean, I understand both yours and NutsXplanes sides, but I believe the simplest soloution would be to put this occurrence behind you.... Would it not?

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...the simplest soloution would be to put this occurrence behind you
I concure, and as you suggest, may delete this entire thread albeit it's unique, beautiful and provocative subject matter... But, last point, we are nothing short of baffled and bewildered why our fellow respected collector would inexplicably mock and undermine the value and integrity of our uniquely innovative diecast project...
Stacy and myself put ourselves, our own as well other's money and our custom model reputation out on a limb to attempt to push the diecast boundries a little further... Can we produce a precious metal finish 1/400 diecast custom model? It takes creative thinking, material testing, problem solving and process development to physically realize a finished model such as the 24ct gold A380... something most 1/400 diecast collectors have never seen before...
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I concure, and as you suggest, may delete this entire thread albeit it's unique, beautiful and provocative subject matter... But, last point, we are nothing short of baffled and bewildered why our fellow respected collector would inexplicably mock and undermine the value and integrity of our uniquely innovative diecast project...
Stacy and myself put ourselves, our own as well other's money and our custom model reputation out on a limb to attempt to push the diecast boundries a little further... Can we produce a precious metal finish 1/400 diecast custom model? It takes creative thinking, material testing, problem solving and process development to physically realize a finished model such as the 24ct gold A380... something most 1/400 diecast collectors have never seen before...
Hannibal,
Your new endevour is very welcome. You have the respect that you deserve for your contribution to the collectors, for that and being a fellow collector let me tell you once again...no harm inttended in my post.
I'm sure that no one took my post seriously and hopefully you new venture will be just the begining of a very rewarding addition to our hobby.

My apology and best regards to you and wife
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Hannibal,
Your new endevour is very welcome. You have the respect that you deserve for your contribution to the collectors, for that and being a fellow collector let me tell you once again...no harm inttended in my post.
I'm sure that no one took my post seriously and hopefully you new venture will be just the begining of a very rewarding addition to our hobby.

My apology and best regards to you and wife
Ohhhh... Now there's an apology if I've ever seen one...

Now you and Scott kiss and make up
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...no harm inttended in my post.
I'm sure that no one took my post seriously and hopefully you new venture will be just the begining of a very rewarding addition to our hobby...
No problem... just tired and the added anxiety of seeing your firstborn precious-metal child off on public display like that She proved to be successful endevour...

Will you be down for the LA show? If so, I might be on the attack with our "New Hays Custom's Braniff Platinium A380 with black diamond inset windows, precious ruby and emerald navigation lights, imported fur trimmed door frames and a flashing rainbow laser light TCAS emmiter system mounted on our patented titanium quick-release landing gear mount system which allows you instant conversion from impressive evening gown brouche to a masculine belt buckle... a must-have Airbus fashion accesory!!!
Order today and get "Girls Gone Flying Colors Wild #16....."

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