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I can relate with the Big Blue Guy; i.e., I once stood guard over a dumpster on a Winter's night at the Great Lakes Training Center. Icicles formed from the tips of my mustache & attached themselves to the upturned collar of my pea coat. All that aside, he is a WONDERFULLY painted & based creation. The metalwork is BEAUTIFULVERY WELL DONE!

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