Quoting cyberfrank 2010
a new thrill for you today!!!
...me, and kids?
ok i told you, you looked
like someone to be friend with?
try the thrill of seeing someone
interesting, like i have!
Astounding that with such excellent children, there is room left in this world for such old and boring people as you and I! My three children are the single greatest source of strength and inspiration in my life! I am glad to see you have a similar source of joy. But it can make you feel old, yes?
On an administrative note, I am cleaning up the MLRC posting list. I am removing any MOC that is not
1. A Garrison or Militia.
2. A Band (you should do a band!)
3. An ALLOY STRIKE entry.
this is JUST CLEANING up the site! Please keep posting your stuff to MLRC! I love it!
Quoting Michael Rutherford
good to hear! and thanks michael!
cleaning? ok! it s spring!
how do you feel as an hero? lol!
i guess you re used to it by now! lol!
Frank. Want to know what makes me feel like a hero? When I see people smile a my MOCs! Then I feel important! Out here in the dust? Not very importnat, just very VERY sleepy, and very VERY dirty!
Mike :) Permalink
hey listen, i asked you already what you we re doing in the army but...i lost the place where i asked...i can t find your answer!....could you answer again here? you have to know this...i feel very privileged you accepted to come in this group...i want you to know! Permalink
Quoting cyberfrank 2010
hey listen, i asked you already what you we re doing in the army but...i lost the place where i asked...i can t find your answer!....could you answer again here? you have to know this...i feel very privileged you accepted to come in this group...i want you to know!
Frank. It's nothing glamorous. I am just a Logistics Officer (supply, transportation, repair...the stuff most of the kids find boring). But I feel that I am lucky. I have a job in the 3d U.S. Armored Cavalry Regiment. It's Armor, it's cavalry...and It's on! Tanks, Armored Troop Transports, Attack Helicopters, and Rockets (the rockets belong to the other guys!) are all parts of my daily landscape. I get to see, hear, smell, and occasionally "feel" them. That is what I love about being a U.S. soldier. Being away from family and friends is a terrible burden. But, nobody is in the U.S. Army on accident. We all chose this. And right now, despite the hardship, this is exactly where I want to be. Surrounded by others who chose to be here as well.
And, this is part of why I treasure this time on MOCpages. I don't watch TV, or play computer games. I talk to my family on the phone, and I stay active in Lego through MOCpages! Involvement in groups like this, and ML, and MLRC... MOCpages is much better than TV. MOCpages talks back!
Frank. I decided to leave your initial dio (with the train and the new guys getting eaten by zombies) on the site for two reasons:
1. You are the FIRST international Commander! Because of your early participation, other builders form other countries joined. I firmly believe that you "Opened the door" for the rest of the world man!
2. It is an awesome MOC, and it was again, one of the first.
My concern was that NON-ALLOY STRIKE dios, (like the cool one you posted with the exploding tank) would confuse new comers. So, I tried to focus the site by removing most of the non-standard MOCs (but I left your old one because of sentimental, and historical reasons).
When we reached 60 members, I decided to add Commander Easu as an Admin. He is pretty enthusiastic, and I think he went through and REALLY cleaned house! I see a few MOCs that are gone which I had decided to keep.
I would be quite happy if you reposted the original Quebec team dio. I have always liked it, and after all, it has four guys in mando torsos (a GARRISON, it's fine).
Commander Esau is just trying to be "good at his new job". Repost the new guys getting eaten! It's my favorite of the whole series. Green Santa? Yes!
Sorry for the inconveneance man. Confusion is always the price of making a team larger.