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Old 06-22-2016, 10:44 PM   #11
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"One more" is enough.

Yeah, space is always an issue. Especially for those of us who are pack rats by nature!

For the most part. Mostly. When I can summon the willpower... I won't add anything new until I've made room. Sometimes that means eliminating planes I don't fly anymore, sometimes it means getting rid of non-R/C stuff.

I'm just thankful I'm not close to Toronto or the other really big centers. The classifieds here on RCC would be deadly! Never mind easy access to "brick & mortar" hobby shops.
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How many you need is really a mathematical equation......x + 1 = the amount you need. X = the amount you already have....

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Old 06-23-2016, 06:51 AM   #13
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x + 1 = the amount you need. X = the amount you already have....
So, if my math is correct, X + 1 = WHY?

This is what your spouse will ask when that newest airframe or kit comes through the door.
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So, if my math is correct, X + 1 = WHY?

This is what your spouse will ask when that newest airframe or kit comes through the door.
When my spouse gets on my nerves, I come home with a new plane.
Its pretty simple math, if you give them a inch they'll take a foot
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How many you need is really a mathematical equation......x + 1 = the amount you need. X = the amount you already have....

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im fine no problems here
That's what all the hoarders say! Next you'll be telling us you had to buy them because they were all "Good Deals"
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When my spouse gets on my nerves, I come home with a new plane.
Its pretty simple math, if you give them a inch they'll take a foot
The key is, is to give them more than an inch Henri.

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