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Re: PC: PC modelers/more than 2 genus types

><< I would classify those types as the haves and the have nots. The 
> >haves,into which I throw myself and individuals such as Mr. Rea,have >the 
>skill sets and knowledge base to accurately portray PC models. >We WANT our 
>models to be correct. It is our desire. The have nots on >the other hand do 
>not possess these skills,and by and large don't care to exert the effort or 
>A bit snotty, Craig!
I thought so too. I am quite happy to "play" with my Athearn rolling stock. 
Most of my freight cars are in no way 'perfect,' but I don't care. I 
consider modeling to be somewhat theraputic, and relaxing. I simply don't 
have the time (or desire) to install correct details on everything. I'm 
happy just the way everything is. If someone want to model everything 
prototypically correct, I don't have a problem with that. However, if my 
layout is criticized because of its lack of "correctness," that I do have a 
problem with. I like it the way it is! If Craig wants to see something 
interesting, he would probably not enjoy my layout. Where else, can you find 
Baldwin RF16's (by Tyco, but with Bachmann drives), and S12's running 
alongside F40s?

Hoping this list returns back to normal,

--Chris Osterhus
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