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Evan McCallum (aka Panzermeister36) joins Mike and Dave in the loader's seat. The trio run through all the main segments, with Evan throwing in his 2 cents (Canadian). The special segment is a conversation with retired NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Engineer, Ed Baroth to get an understanding of a system engineering approach to scale model projects.
Evan's "Shout Out" for the episode was the YouTube Channel "Boomer Diorama". Please check it out!
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Speaking of Mail Bag, longtime listener Fr. Dn. Raphael Shelton is responsible of the episode's unofficial theme of cross pollination. Here are a few links he sent along to help us all learn from other corners of the hobby we might not spend much time in... or even know about.
Boylei Hobby Time
Bill Making Stuff
Wagon's Ho for Omaha!
2022 IPMS USA National Convention Facebook Page
More Podcast Goodness to get you through the week!
Finally, please have a listen and subscribe to our fellow podcasts in the scale model space. We all have our own take on the hobby and enjoy cooperating with each other for our mutual success. Collectively, we are bringing you hours of content a month.
Check out all the podcasts in the modelsphere here:
And some Vlog and Blog Action for you as well!
Chris Wallace's "Model Airplane Maker"
Steven Lee's "Sprue Pie with Frets"
Jim Bates' "A Scale Canadian TV"
Jeff Groves' "Inch High Guy"
Mike and Kentucky Dave thank each and everyone of you for participating on this journey with us. We are grateful for having you as listeners, and the community that has grown around Plastic Model Mojo makes it all worth while.