When you die...

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  1. conkerking

    conkerking Member

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    Without being too morbid... :rolleyes: when you eventually go to the great workbench in the sky, what would you want to happen to your collection of models when you're gone?
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    I'd like to take them with me, but what good will it do me as I'll have wings of my own!!!

    I have a mate who has a stash in the hundreds, no kidding, he has one room full of kits in pending, stacked like in a warehouse. I'm donating my stash to him, I'm sure he'll find room for them, built ones and all.

    :hotsun: :hotsun:
     
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    Aw common Vic, that's so nice of you! But my stash isn't really big at all.... :lol: :lol:
     
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    Your nephew shoots them with a BB Gun
     
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    Funny, I've actually thought of this! I think I'd let mine go to any museums who want them, and the unbuilt kits to appreciative modellers, not 'kit collectors'. Of course, whether this would happen, I wouldn't know, as I'd be dodging fireballs......!
     
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    Christ man !! Since my seizures all i've thought about is death and i mean death :|
    When i was i hospital i watched an old man come in who was seriously ill and they
    never closed the curtains and i actually watched him die, this was totally sadening
    to me as he died in such a way as my Father did and was about the same age.

    My model Lancasters are to go to RAF Wickenby control tower when i go
    though my son is having my BIG Lightning.....To chuck out the window lol :lol:

    :!: I won't be reading this thread again :!:

    MOD'S GET RID OF THIS THREAD IT'S HORRIBLE

    ian.
     
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    :shock: Bloody hell mate!
    :lol:

    I'm too young to think about death - one aspect of the human mind that sometimes is a good thing?, arrogence
     
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