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Just to inform.....

 

Havent forgotten this build at all, ive been working alot, and on tuesday, one lower cheek tooth cracked, so been to emergency dentist on tuesday, revisited wednsday, with receipt after that lol, denstists are expenive in emergency, but the pain Before i had, ive could cut one leg of just to get rid of the pain.........  beginning of a root filling, been wasted in my mind cause the drugs ive got (morphine stuff), and no sleep due pain couple of Days cause infection, it have to be taken care of or else the infection spreads to cheek bone.......but now, all in Control, but im wasted for the moment lol. that meaning no build since i really a Control personality what im doing with my hands, mind and soul in building.......

 

but almost all pain is gone thank good, so use wine this evening a few glasses. ;)

 

And my ordinary dentist will fix this matter soon...so stay tuned.

 

/Mal

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Oh damn....I feel you man -- I cracked a molar a few years back.

Filling fell out, waiting for my appointment time to arrive, munching on tortilla chips and salsa...then that aweful sound. :crying: OW!

The tooth wasn't to be saved -- was extracted.

 

Ahhh, wine. Well, if that doesn't work, try whiskey. :evil_laugh:

 

:beer:

Cheers,

Dave

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Hell.....

 

Theeth pain is one HELL thing.....thank good there are dentsist, as i would love to sit in Paul Budziks chair, as i know he is a dentist......and a  modeller.

 

/Mal

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For what its worth, i just started a new job that kind of came from out of nowhere. I'm busy doing training in Dallas, and when i get home i'll have to pack up the bare minimum of stuff i can live on, throw it in the car and relocate to the San Diego area. I managed to get as far as paint the propeller blades on my F4U-2 before i had to leave for texas.

 

Stuff happens. It's not a race. Look at things this way- The paint has more time to dry.

 

-d-

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Oh crap, sorry to hear that Mal.  :( Hopefully now that the pain is gone, and the meds can be slowly worked out of your system, you can get back to modeling.   Till then, sit back and enjoy the wine (and drugs) !

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Thanks all for them kind words.

 

Two pills were enough for me...rest in the garbage bin......greez, i dont like em at all.....weird feelin....loss of senitivity in fingers...sticky feelin.....and all that...and happily i dont got any pain...ok little but that is nothing to what i had couple days ago...that is shure a pure poison and imagine...there are alot of people using this every day as a drug.....

 

Yes good tontake em when real.pain..but if can be avoided...yes avoid.

 

i stick to cigars and good wines...that is poison enough for me...

 

Well try to get some bench time tomorrow fellow builders....

 

/Mal

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Mal,

 

I know how it feels to have excruciating tooth troubles.. :redx:

 

Hope you feel good soon.

 

to alleviate the pain   and sooth the toothache, rub some eucalyptus oil { can be bought form chemists} over the affected area around and near or on the tooth..

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Thanks all....no pain for the moment and alot of well deserved sleep...

 

Finally got some bench time

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More painting and dryfitting.....

Color is very diluted and retarder in it....requiers many layers that goes on wet...every layer dries very thin that way...takes time but hell it is worth it...

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Mal is not easy to please, im.my worst own critic when working...but yes i must admit once a while...damn im pleased....

 

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/Mal

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Guest Peterpools

Mal

I can feel for your pain as I seem to live at the dentist and periodontist. Just rest and take the meds.

Paint work is simply superb

Keep 'em coming

Peter

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