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Bill Coffin
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Attended Washington and Lee University
Lives in Oakhurst, Ocean Township, NJ, United States
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So cool! I enjoy all of your model builds, but I especially enjoy seeing you tackle things that are near and dear to my heart, like those Macross destroids. They never seem to get enough love. shakes fist at Vertiech pilots everywhere ;-)
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+Bill Coffin Thanks!
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Thanks for such an extensive video, Greg. I was bowled over by the spread of materials, tools and paints you had on hand! Very educational, especially for somebody like me, who really knows nothing about modeling. Great job!

I noticed on your one desktop, near those WONDERFUL Metal Slug gachapons, a quartet of AT-ST walkers, Were they gachapons as well, or just really small model kits? Regardless, they looked terrific.
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+Bill Coffin Sorry for not responding earlier! This comment fell under my radar. Those AT-ST are made by F-Toys. F-Toys are pre-painted mini models that require minimal assembly. They come in blind boxes, so you never know what you get. Two AT-STs come in a box. I was hoping to get the AT-AT, so I bought three of the boxes. They turned out to be all AT-STs. I sent one to my friend in America and kept the other two. Makes me almost want to have them do a stop-motion can-can dance with them lined up like that. I ended up getting the AT-AT for my wife through an auction. Also in the set I have an X-Wing (Red 3), an Imperial Shuttle, a TIE Fighter, TIE Interceptor, and TIE Bomber. I don't know if they will continue the Star Wars license or not.
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Greg, you have inspired me. After seeing so many of your videos, I'm going to hit my local hobby shop tomorrow to see if I can pick up a cool Star Wars model of some kind. It'll be a beginner set, of course, but I would have never thought of it if I hadn't been so entertained and impressed by your own work. Thanks, and please keep it up! :-)
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+Bill Coffin  You are correct. Here in Japan, plastic model building is considered a legitimate pastime and not just something that kids do. You may want to hold off on those Revell Star Wars kits, as they are not very well-made and not very accurate, from what I understand.
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Wow. What a dastardly move. I really hope he loses those three games for it.
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BELEVE  ME HE WILL
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Thanks for the insights on how many CPU to be gunning for at T6. I've been struggling for a little while at this tier, and I think it's because of the reasons you outlined with having insufficient blocks to play with. I kind of leapfrogged through T5, and I paid for it. I won't make that mistake with T6.
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+Bill Coffin Glad it helped mate, it's an easy trap to fall into and it leads to alot of people wondering why they cant advance
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I remember seeing this on Prism (a Philaelphia-area version of HBO in the really early cable days) when I was a little kid. The scene where the mice are smashed by a rock had my brother and I crying hysterically, and my mother openly asked, "This is a Rated G movie?"
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This was a great scene from "White Tiger," an interesting WWII film where a group of Soviet tanks must contend with a ghostly white King Tiger that can seemingly appear and disappear at will, and cannot be fully destroyed...
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I absolutely love this movie. It is a fantastic Western. And not for nothing, but the last 20 minutes or so have got to be one of my favorite gunfights of all of cinema.
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Wow. What a tremendous painting job on these! I remember seeing these in an older video and thinking how much trouble it must be to get them to look good. Now I know! :-)
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What song  doesn't deserve a magnificent treatment by Postmodern Jukebox? Trick question! They all do. Postmodern Jukebox should cover EVERYTHING.
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Cool video, Connor! I like how the PVP map here is small enough to force frequent clashes with the other players, but it's not so small that you feel like you have nowhere to move. The gameplay looks like a lot of fun.
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Thanks! Sadly I forgot an important setting that made my voice louder than the game. In my future videos I am going to use that setting, and a nicer mic.
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  • Washington and Lee University
    English literature & creative writing, 1989 - 1993
  • Moravian Academy
    secondary education, 1985 - 1989
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  • Summit Professional Networks
    Group Editorial Director, 2010 - present
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    Director of Publications, 2002 - 2010
  • Palladium Books
    Freelance Writer, 1996 - 2002
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