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    After contacting deep agents within the country,...

    After contacting deep agents within the country, I have learned that "Froderick" (aka "Fraud Rack") is actually in the employ of SAAS (Special Alces Alces Security), a loose affiliation of meeses,...
  2. I'm wondering, do you mean planning for which...

    I'm wondering, do you mean planning for which manufacturers' off-the-shelf system (Atlas, et al) you'll use, or planning for where you will locate signals?

    I would have definitely included the...
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    Well, yes there are standards, but N scale in...

    Well, yes there are standards, but N scale in Britain is 1:148 and also 1:152 (fine scale). And in Japan it can also be 1:150.
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    My bad, Moose! Upon further review, I did see...

    My bad, Moose! Upon further review, I did see Froderick was missing some hardware.:D
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    Sticky: Smart move by you, given the mountain of federal...

    Smart move by you, given the mountain of federal laws we have to know and follow, as well the personal liability, including jail time.
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    Told you Moose2013 was still west of the Rocky...

    Told you Moose2013 was still west of the Rocky Mountains!
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    I think you made the right call, BB!

    I think you made the right call, BB!
  8. Wrong moose, guys. My deep intel sources tell me ...

    Wrong moose, guys. My deep intel sources tell me Moose2013 is still west of the Rockies. And he reportedly still has his antlers.

    The news story is obviously an imposter. Can't even perform a...
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    Naw, you were just dealing with an unknown issue;...

    Naw, you were just dealing with an unknown issue; it's not as if you were habitually gluing your fingers together with CA!

    Glad to hear you are able to enjoy DCC now!
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    I'm a big believer in supporting the railroad...

    I'm a big believer in supporting the railroad historical societies of one's favorite roads. They always have a wealth of information and many have very well done quarterly magazines.

    Here is a...
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    Oh my gosh, yes. The Pennsylvania is an immensely...

    Oh my gosh, yes. The Pennsylvania is an immensely popular railroad as a prototype and with modelers!
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    You might be sitting on a fortune!

    You might be sitting on a fortune!
  13. Ya know, I think this forum is pretty blessed to...

    Ya know, I think this forum is pretty blessed to have you, randgust and victor miranda. A wealth of knowledge about wee internal workings of N scale locomotives. ...
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    OK, cool. Sounds like a decent eBay seller. Still...

    OK, cool. Sounds like a decent eBay seller. Still doesn't change my opinion that $150 for a piece of injection-molded plastic is a ridiculous first-world extravagance.

    YMMV. ...
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    Did when I was a signalman on a signal...

    Did when I was a signalman on a signal construction crew.



    I maintain, test, install, inspect, repair and upgrade grade crossing predictors and motion detectors, trackside warning defect...
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    I think the answer is pretty short, honestly: in...

    I think the answer is pretty short, honestly: in addition to Pennsy rolling stock, anything from any extant Class 1, class 2 or standard-gauge shortline of that era. But East Coast, New England, and...
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    I think you're getting warmer, Moose2013. But I...

    I think you're getting warmer, Moose2013. But I did get in a bidding war once on a trio of custom SP&S MT cabeese. Bowed out when the price went above $300. (That's when my "It's just plastic"...
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    I would think even a certain mountain goat of...

    I would think even a certain mountain goat of Great Northern Railway fame would approve!:D
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    It's just a piece of plastic:...

    It's just a piece of plastic: https://www.ebay.com/itm/MT-51200-Dark-Brown-MOW-Wood-Caboose-Released-July-1998/401761444544?hash=item5d8ad922c0:g:G8AAAOSww4JcgbN1

    Asking $149 for a MT caboose?...
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    Plus 2 on the photographs of the Kinsey brothers,...

    Plus 2 on the photographs of the Kinsey brothers, Darius and Clark.
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    Well that's got to feel like a million bucks!...

    Well that's got to feel like a million bucks! Nice find.

    Cold solder joints might be more problematic with decoders, etc., than we realize. It's hard to see with a lot of SMD components unless...
  22. What beautiful models. ...

    What beautiful models. ...
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    Sheesh, how about GPS coordinates!:D

    Sheesh, how about GPS coordinates!:D
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    I think the covered bridge would have its own...

    I think the covered bridge would have its own support system independent of the timber piling approach and would certainly have some kind of stone or concrete abutment at the left end.

    See what I...
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    Yeah, well, with a safe that big, if you...

    Yeah, well, with a safe that big, if you mysteriously disappear and simultaneously a bunch of stuff comes up for sale on the evil water inlet auction site, I guess we'll know where to look for you,...
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