"Rico: Funny, I thought they destroyed all these ABC Warriors during the last war.

Gun Dealer: Well, you can still collect 'em as long as they're non functioning... Like my wife."

- Judge Dredd (Movie, 1995)

Tuesday, December 19, 2003 2:30 PM

If you're gonna build a time machine...

Why not do it with style? Updated the...

Tutorial: How to make your own damn time machine! yet again! And you people think I don't do anything around here. ^_^

Tuesday, December 15, 2003 2:00 PM

Updates, downdates, updates...

Finally updated the Three Musketeers section.
Updated the Trigun Project page... yet again. Getting close!
A few things up For Sale.
Updated the Intercepter project page again.
And finally I updated the BTTF time machine page a whole lot! More pics, more descriptions,
and clarifications of stuff that was way too vague. I know, took me long enough didn't it. ^_^

I also am tweaking my Arcade collecting page with pics of my personal arcade.
I just figured out the alternate image coding, so when I have time I'll update it further.

And America lost another hero at the end of November.
Warren Eugene "Gene" Wilson was a World War 2 veteran (Rangers) who fought the Nazis
in Europe and was terribly injured there. He married and had several children (and later grandchildren).
Years later he became an avid golfer and during the winter (golf off season) he was also an avid Pinball player
which is how I came to know him.
Gene was always positive, always active and never acted like he had any kind of
injury or illness. I'll always remember his ever plesant smile and friendly, "can do" attitude.

Did he always "win" at pinball? No, but if you asked him he'd always say "We'll get 'er tomorrow!"

Gene, you'll be missed.
If not for men (and women) like Gene we'd be celebrating Hitler's birthday in the USA instead of
the 4th of July.

Thank your WWII veterans for their contributions. I know I do.

Tuesday, October 21, 2003 2:00 PM

A new section... and more adjustments...

All for one, and One for all!
Updated the Trigun Project page... yet again.
Some day I may even finish the project. :)
Added some long lost fan fiction to the Videos and stuff page.
And I added a page for the odds and ends of my prop collections.

Tuesday, August 12, 2003 3:50 PM

More simple updates and adjustments...

Gotta get back in time...
Updated the Intercepter project page.
Updated the Trigun Pistol page...

See, I told you they were just simple updates. ^_^

Tuesday, June 29, 2003 3:13 PM

A funny thing happend on my way home...
Where are those Ninja's you've Intercepted?
And people keep asking me about some guy named Vash...

Tuesday, May 3, 2003 10:44 AM

Do you want to play a game...?
Finally added a picture of my Thompson Airsoft gun, plus a couple other "old" pictures of it.
Finally added a couple more Pulse Rifle tutorials, Disassembly and rewiring the M1A1 Thompson.
Updated my current active projects list...
Also discovered my e-mail address was mistyped, so if you've tried e-mailing me, and never received a reply, that's why. Sorry! The problem is fixed now.

Tuesday, March 25, 2003 12:40 PM

New Stuff...
Added a page devoted to my Multi-Pac Arcade cabinet project.
Added a page devoted to Those Pesky Ninjas.
Updated my Airsoft page with some new pics.
Also (on 3/14/2003) I updated the Page devoted to my Pulse Rifle. Some mystery problems finally solved!!

Sunday, January 22, 2003 10:22 PM

Yet more adjustments... The Sequel! Added a terribly formatted page devoted to my MAME Arcade cabinet.
Mame is an Arcade Game Emulator that allows you to play classic arcade games from the 1980s
on your PC. Do a search on yahoo to find the program.

Sunday, January 5, 2003 12:00 AM

Happy New Year! Adding a newish section in the Props page, Indiana Jones stuff...
And hey! the new G36c AEG is available from Tokyo Marui! Looks like a sweet piece
of Airsoft tech, and the street price of about $220.00 Isn't bad either.

And if you haven't purchased Band of Brothers on DVD yet... DO SO NOW!
A great series showing what the men of the "Greatest Generation" went through
to protect the freedoms that we in the USA take for granted. And if you know
a World War II veteran, I STRONGLY suggest you thank them for all they
did and sacrificed. I know I do.

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