Mon, 23 January 2017
Just realized you’ve been mistakenly using Preparation H for toothpaste.
Dressing up as an M&M and running through the mall yelling, “the Skittles are coming the Skittles are coming,” got you arrested.
All your Facebook friends came for a sleep over??
Well fear not ViewerMail is here and won’t help you solve any of your problems but will help put you to sleep,
So grab a big bowl of grapefruit peels, an icy cold glass of windshield washer cleaner and enjoy !!
Mon, 16 January 2017
I don’t remember how long we’ve known Joe Sacco but it’s a long time. His kits have been some of the best in the hobby for as long as I can remember, all of them are made in the USA and most of them are made in or near his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
As a model railroader with a fondness for urban structures, Jim felt the selection of existing structure kits in the eighties was rather small, so he decided to take a huge risk and go into the model railroad business.
A great deal of time and research has been put into every kit, many of the structures are molded from hand made patterns that capture the look and feel of actual buildings. Jim takes great pride in our products and want them to be of the highest quality possible while still being affordable to modelers.
And let’s not forget all the years Jim spent in drag racing. Enjoy!!
Mon, 9 January 2017
So you've been focussing on clearing up your skin, growing more hair and shrinking that bulging waist line but need to take a break?
Well fear not my friends ViewerMail is here to take your mind off your troubles and add more confusion to your life.
So sit back with a big bowl of sidewalk gum, a tall glass of ice shavings and enjoy!!
Mon, 2 January 2017
It's time once again for our annual state of the hobby address by none other than Joe Fugate the founder and publisher of the popular on line magazine Model Railroad Hobbyist.
The interview focusses on the success of the magazine, the effect that social media and the new digital world is having on the hobby overall. Plus we talk about TOMA "The One Module Approach" as well as a wide variety of other topics.
Joe also announces that his original Siskyou Line are coming to an end only to be replaced with a new and better Siskyou Line 2.