Apparently, or so the demographics tell us, we don't build so many kits in the Summer. Who distilled this piece of nonsense, and from what, I cannot imagine, but the idea that all the plastic modellers of the world have put aside their scalpels and liquid poly, and taken advantage of the weather to enjoy a nice game of tennis seems unlikely. Strangely enough the manufacturers seem to have embraced the notion, and the flood of kits anticipated back in the spring has slowed to a thin trickle (mainly of Dassault Mirages), and the assumption seems to be that a languidly has pervaded the modelling space and dried up the last remnants of the foul gooey water in the bottom of the bowl on the workbench. Memo to self: Must change the decal water this year. Ironic really, when one considers the usual public perception of plastic modellers as pale cave-dwelling creatures who shun the light and toil away behind closed curtains. Could it be that the demographics are actually right, and that we are, in reality, a race of bronzed sun worshipping demi-gods?
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