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    From pyotr filipivich@21:1/5 to All on Tue Jan 4 19:46:58 2022
    I was looking for info about MRR when I stumbled across this

    bbgunn66@gmail.com on Sat, 10 Dec 2011 13:05:23 -0800 (PST) typed in rec.models.railroad the following:
    great advice to a young person wolf k. in 04 the wife and i quit smoking and bought a new van. by 08 the van was paid for with the money we DIDN'T spend on smoking. the van is still running and so are we. lol.

    My aunt when she bought cigarettes for my uncle, put the same
    amount aside as "her cigarette money'. One day Uncle Roger comes home
    and there's a new buffet in the dining room - "That's my cigarette
    money." He quit shortly there after.


    now to railroads,would a 4x8 sheet of plywood make a fair sized N scale model? im limited for room.

    N-Scale's claim to fame is that it is much smaller than HO. If
    you can find space for a 4x8 table and room to move around it, "it
    will do."
    pyotr filipivich
    We will drink no whiskey before its nine.
    It's eight fifty eight. Close enough!

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