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Old 11-25-2012, 10:01 AM
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@ bartolomeodias Mistake, I have a shop for making banners and stickers...

That was supposed to be a joke, but it seems that your situation is more serious...

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Mirce, pay no mind to that guy, clearly his intent is to be a jerk. Iknow you are a stand up guy and that you meant all that as a joke.. don't let the bitter pills spoil the fun!

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Old 11-25-2012, 12:53 PM
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A strange argument, there are rich and not so rich in this game all over the world, i have been to the USA and seen some STONKING aircraft, i have also seen the same club models as i see here, a lot of the models i see in the LMA are expensive, richly powered creations, do me a favour, look around a lot of your shop, see the amount of gear just lying around, and add it up, can that be turned into a Moki?

I have just bought 2 moki radials, but at great sacrifice, i have had to dismiss the gardener, and reduce the cooks wage by 10%,I sold the last bentley last year, i may now have to sell onebut only one, of the Aston Martins, I refuse to sack Jeeves, everyone needs a butler, dont they?
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your good......, ok what does "Stonking" mean?
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Old 11-25-2012, 03:14 PM
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I think I would have to be a rebel and put the swastica on......static cling decal maybe? Pretty cool models though....I liked the BF-110G
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I think I would have to be a rebel and put the swastika on......static cling decal maybe? Pretty cool models though....I liked the BF-110G
Well the Swastika thing is in Germany bit sensitive. You will have real problems to have it on your airplane. Even theoretically you can have as these models are replicas of the real thing.
BUT they are MANY people who will call you neo nazi and you end up messing with politics which I'm sure they don't want to do.

As for other concerns I read here: This is a annual meeting where people at least from tree countries get to have some good time. They obviously bring the best they have (and don't forget we have around 20% VAT around here so Moki in USD+20% roughly). It is like you will assuming that the WOTR or similar event is normal weekend gathering. Forget politics and focus on modeling. And for all people thinking Europe is haven on earth come over and work here for some time

Anyway I had good time to watch it - thank you for sharing!
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your good......, ok what does ''Stonking'' mean?
Awesome, excellent, unreal, bonza, beaut, really cool. Something like that.

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If you want a good life, emigrate to Australia.
We have the lot and miles from the economic basket case of Europe.
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Is it me or does it seem that they make more money than we do, in Germany or where ever that is. Looks like anyone over there could afford a Moki unlike here where it`s only for a few. Look like I got to move over there in order to make some decent money. Nice video, lots of different models that you don`t see over here often. Good find Ram.
I have wanted to attend that meet for a long time.

We have to remember things are a little different over there. I have known a few folks from Germany and they have a concept that i think could help every one. They save then spend. So those planes you see i would bet were several years in the makeing.

Man you got to love it when you see that many Mokis in one place.

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Mirce,

A great look into Serbia lifestyle. Too funny. AWESOME Corsair!!
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Thanks Mike, we have to add a little humor here ...
BTW, all pictures are made from real situation...

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