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Blogs I follow
- Napoleonics in Miniature
- Rally Round the Flag
- The British Army At Waterloo
- The War to End All Blogs
- With Pyjamas through a whiff of grapeshot!
|Location||Kentucky, United States|
|Introduction||My name's Chuck. I'm a US Navy sailor, ex-soldier, college grad, aspiring author, history buff and a fan of pretty much all things 19th Century. I am a miniature wargamer and Great War reenactor(Company G, 364th Infantry Regiment, 91st Division, A.E.F.), and I've been known to dabble in drawing comic books. I have been painting miniatures since I was in high school, and I've been wargaming since my freshman year of college. I've wargamed many different periods, but my favorite period has to be Napoleonics. I am a bachelor, currently seeking an attractive, intelligent, Christian girl who won't mind me splitting my love between her and my collection of toy soldiers.|
|Favorite Books||The Sharpe novels by Bernard Cornwell, Adrian Goldsworthy's Napoleonic series, The Aubrey/Maturin books by Patrick O'Brien, The Hornblower Saga by C.S. Forester|
Which is easier to make a model airplane out of and why: a banana peel or a wet sock?
What an odd question... though I'd say with the right amounts of creativity and stubbornness either would suffice, though everyone knows banana peels are better suited for sporty aircraft like fighters, while wet socks are best for more workmanlike planes, such as transports.