yup, the guy's a far right republican but i doubt if he's a mc veigh type. Which makes me just a little concerned for what the public will feel about our IPMS BA mall appearance. at least it's after lunch when all the ADB personnel are gone.
well, even with the adb people watching.... as long as we dont do nazi salutes and wave some nazi blood flags.. were are safe. hehehe.. and who cares with them.. the fact is most of our fellow pinoys enjoy seing some fancy costumes and they dont think that theres a political thing attached to it. btw, about that mall appearance for our ipms club.. how about the guns?
Hi, there guys i guess Panzerfront is right as long this is just for fun and part of history were just sharing to the next generation to come the evolution of military uniforms from WW2 and up to the present and impart to them their respective contribution.
Well, the Galactic Empire wiped out a whole planet and still there are more people who dress up as Stormtroopers than Rebel Alliance....yes i know that the big difference is that WW2 really happened. I laughed at the part where a commenter said that the guy was only guilty of being a nerd. Hahaha. Well. i guess we all have a little nerd inside of us. That's why were in this hobby! (If my first sentence wasn't proof enough)
Post by genemilioaguinaldo on Oct 14, 2010 11:24:05 GMT 8
People normally brand other people as nerds when they don't understand. Einstein was branded a nerd but yet he revolutionized the world. So its nerds like us that really make the difference. Not the normals that other people think they are.
"We are paratroopers. We are supposed to be surrounded." Captain Winters in Bastogne 1944.
I think no one will look weird its all in our mind, we have been doing this thing for 7 years at megamal, even more weird costume, among cosplay the military costume is the most normal kind, most pinoy learned to accept this thing or event, this is our beloved hobby which we should be proud of it not to be ashamed of.
creativemarko: Hi guys, I am Mark from Paranaque, Manila. I have always been interested with WW2. Especially, how the Filipinos and Americans fought the Japanese invaders. I am also into games like Company of Heroes and Call of Duty World at War.
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labrador: Hi Sirs! welcome aboard. Sorry for the late answer but the group is still alive and well. We just transitioned to Facebook, hence the dearth of posts here. Please find us at: www.facebook.com/groups/159321064204447/ we would be glad to welcome you.
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wittman: Hi im trying to track down a replica ww2 german panzercrewmans radio head set and throat mike, does anyone on this forum know where I could get hold of this item.
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dergerman: jumping around and looking everywhere for just one thing...
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dergerman: if anyone can help me, anyone, that can get teh things i need, and get it at a low price, i would surely appreciate it.
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louiejo1: I have designed and built a pretty faithful reproduction of the WW2 Japanese Type 89 Knee mortar for airsoft use. I takes standard 40mm gas grenades and has an effective range when held at a 45 degree angle of 120-130 ft.
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louiejo1: I am new to this forum and am a little unsure about the rules/protocols but I am looking to sell these, cost is NZ$450 approx $330 US or NZ$550 with a wooden crate. Each mortar is hand made and aged authentically,. I have photos if you wish to view them
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