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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    Really, really impressive work. Can't think of a single snarky thing to say.

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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by HBG2 View Post
    Really, really impressive work. Can't think of a single snarky thing to say.
    Highest praise, indeed--'cause you're the best at this sort of thing. Many thanks, HB!!

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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    Good craftsmanship...and writing. I don't know...brothel and Disney: doesn't seem to promote family atmosphere. Although, there was a rumor of an establishment on the third floor over Cafe Orleans...
    but that was years ago.
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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    I always thought that saloons doubled as whore houses... could be wrong though.
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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by techskip View Post
    I always thought that saloons doubled as whore houses... could be wrong though.
    Are you saying Marshal Dillon wasn't just having coffee with Miss Kitty after they went up the stairs at the Long Branch Saloon??

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    I still can't figure out where that strap goes.

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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by techskip View Post
    I always thought that saloons doubled as whore houses... could be wrong though.
    In a departure from my regular HO scale reproductions, my whorehouse will be full sized and operational.

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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by fo'c's'le swab View Post
    In a departure from my regular HO scale reproductions, my whorehouse will be full sized and operational.
    You mean you'd have a ho that wouldn't be HO?
    Quote Originally Posted by fo'c's'le swab
    I still can't figure out where that strap goes.

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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by Wanda Woman View Post
    You mean you'd have a ho that wouldn't be HO?
    I knew you'd get it!!

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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    So how's that dragon coming along?
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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by techskip View Post
    So how's that dragon coming along?
    It's surprisingly difficult finding material on Dragons in the history of the American Frontier. I'll have to ask Disney where they got their reference material from.

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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by fo'c's'le swab View Post
    It's surprisingly difficult finding material on Dragons in the history of the American Frontier. I'll have to ask Disney where they got their reference material from.
    Look for inspiration in Chinatown... and the history of Chinese Immigrants who built the railroad tracks that allowed the American Frontier to be settled!
    Last edited by techskip; 08-13-2008 at 04:06 PM.
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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by techskip View Post
    Look for inspiration in Chinatown... and the history of Chinese Immigrants who built the railroad tracks that allowed the American Frontier to be settled!
    'Course, it wasn't just the Chinese. The Irish were instrumental from the east.

    Ever hear of an "Irish Banjo?"

    http://technorati.com/videos/youtube...%3DzSlPJOfnJZk

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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve DeGaetano View Post
    'Course, it wasn't just the Chinese. The Irish were instrumental from the east.

    Ever hear of an "Irish Banjo?"

    http://technorati.com/videos/youtube...%3DzSlPJOfnJZk
    If that is anything like 'Kansas City Side-Car', then you are just filthy, Steve. I'm shocked.

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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by fo'c's'le swab View Post
    If that is anything like 'Kansas City Side-Car', then you are just filthy, Steve. I'm shocked.
    You? Shocked?

    Swab 25, DeGaetano 1.

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    Re: 7/25: Belly Up to the Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve DeGaetano View Post
    'Course, it wasn't just the Chinese. The Irish were instrumental from the east.
    There are mythical creatures such as dragons in Irish culture as well but the dragon is usually more closely associated with the Chinese culture!
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