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We also need a mutant guy who empties the potty.

 

Carring a big vat of goo, some spills out.

He is ogre sized and full of warts and such.

 

Maybe a cart to go with that?

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Maybe a few shipping containers, build a industrial site like a harbour setting.

I might suggest making some stacks of scratchbuilt containers using corrugated cardboard to go with the reaper ones. Harbors usually have a LOT of those things stacked high.

 

1280px-Port_of_Singapore_Keppel_Terminal

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intermodal_container

 

I remember being appalled when I found out how many of those containers are just abandoned - it is often less expensive to buy a new one than to clear out and repair an old one.  (More than a quarter million near Washington DC alone....)

 

The Auld Grump

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Maybe a few shipping containers, build a industrial site like a harbour setting.

I might suggest making some stacks of scratchbuilt containers using corrugated cardboard to go with the reaper ones. Harbors usually have a LOT of those things stacked high.

 

1280px-Port_of_Singapore_Keppel_Terminal

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intermodal_container

 

I remember being appalled when I found out how many of those containers are just abandoned - it is often less expensive to buy a new one than to clear out and repair an old one.  (More than a quarter million near Washington DC alone....)

 

The Auld Grump

 

 

I have a deep desire to build a fort out of shipping containers somewhere and create my own republic of dave.  

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Maybe a few shipping containers, build a industrial site like a harbour setting.

I might suggest making some stacks of scratchbuilt containers using corrugated cardboard to go with the reaper ones. Harbors usually have a LOT of those things stacked high.

 

1280px-Port_of_Singapore_Keppel_Terminal

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intermodal_container

 

I remember being appalled when I found out how many of those containers are just abandoned - it is often less expensive to buy a new one than to clear out and repair an old one.  (More than a quarter million near Washington DC alone....)

 

The Auld Grump

 

 

I have a deep desire to build a fort out of shipping containers somewhere and create my own republic of dave.  

 

So looking forward to Fallout 4.... It looks like a ballpark (not Fenway) has been turned into a fortified town....

 

The Auld Grump

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I do not like the idea of goin' straight from "portapotties" to "food."

Offends my sensibilities, it does.

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I do not like the idea of goin' straight from "portapotties" to "food."

 

Offends my sensibilities, it does.

 

You expected different from a goblin?

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I lived in a dumpster behind Tower Records in Austin for a couple days when I was experimenting with homelessness. I find the scale reasonably accurate.

It seems like there's a reasonable chance of an interesting story behind that.

 

Also, I'm going to have to steal the phrase "experimenting with homelessness" for a story.

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lol. title click-baited me. 

I wasn't sure what we were going to talk about. 

But I do love the dumpster. Sadly, we play almost nothing that I could find a use for it in.

Maybe it could be a cool thing to hold pens/brushes on a desk? That could be cool....

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Holy thread necromancy Batman!  :blink:

 

Because it is relevant to the hobby side of containers, I will drop this image from the Infinity forums here...

 

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Holy thread necromancy Batman!  :blink:What? It's only been 3 months!! :;):

 

Because it is relevant to the hobby side of containers, I will drop this image from the Infinity forums here...

 

 

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Very cool!!

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