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Paranoia Troubleshooter, Orange clearance

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Haha!  Very nice!  I haven't seen that mini in years, even though I own it...I don't know how I feel about that...anyway, nice solid paintjob.

 

Always thought the reflec coveralls were suppose to be the color of the citizens clearance though?

 

Still like it either way.  :-)

 

Chaoshead

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Haha!  Very nice!  I haven't seen that mini in years, even though I own it...I don't know how I feel about that...anyway, nice solid paintjob.

 

Always thought the reflec coveralls were suppose to be the color of the citizens clearance though?

 

Still like it either way.  :-)

 

Chaoshead

All of the cover art from the original game shows the undershirt to have the color, and the coveralls are always black. Either way, I guess :)

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HA! One of you doesn't know proper dress requirements, the other has access to contraband reading material!

I'm turning you both in to The Computer.

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