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TOPIC: The Four Horsemen. A History. 1978 to 2019

The Four Horsemen. A History. 1978 to 2019 04 Jul 2019 11:14 #25

Jeeves wrote:
Also very much enjoyed reading the story Bob- and am glad I was invited here by Saúl years ago so I could get to interact here with you. My wife and I are on vacation with our kids here in Florida for the week and I swear I saw your doppleganger here on the beach during our morning walk. Had to do a double take ;)

Thanks Jeeves,

Apparently, I look like a whole lot of folks. People have been telling me I look like somebody else all my life.

I got a complex from that! :-)

I was on the Gulf Coast a week or so ago, but in Texas, not Florida!

Bob


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The Four Horsemen. A History. 1978 to 2019 14 Jul 2019 13:46 #26

Thanks for sharing the history of the Four Horsemen of our hobby/art form. Y'all definitely had a major impact on my wanting to become a diorama builder back in my early modeling years of 1979 - the late 1980's. Had to take a few breaks after 1988 due to military training and deployments until 2016 when I retired, but your collective work kept me coming back to learn new techniques and see what the latest releases were. I don't think our hobby would be as advanced as it is at this time if y'all hadn't laid that foundation and interest.

Cheers,
James
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The Four Horsemen. A History. 1978 to 2019 20 Jul 2019 08:34 #27

I only have one thing to say - hand on heart - after seeing the bobletterman.com site for the first time few years back, I loved it so much that I started modeling. First competition for me was in 2011, third place in dioramas.

Thanks Bob :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:


Laurence


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The Four Horsemen. A History. 1978 to 2019 20 Jul 2019 12:36 #28

JamesOLeary wrote:
Thanks for sharing the history of the Four Horsemen of our hobby/art form. Y'all definitely had a major impact on my wanting to become a diorama builder back in my early modeling years of 1979 - the late 1980's. Had to take a few breaks after 1988 due to military training and deployments until 2016 when I retired, but your collective work kept me coming back to learn new techniques and see what the latest releases were. I don't think our hobby would be as advanced as it is at this time if y'all hadn't laid that foundation and interest.

Cheers,
James

Thank you sir!

Those are very kind words! I appreciate that!

Bob


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The Four Horsemen. A History. 1978 to 2019 20 Jul 2019 12:38 #29

White_Wolf wrote:
I only have one thing to say - hand on heart - after seeing the bobletterman.com site for the first time few years back, I loved it so much that I started modeling. First competition for me was in 2011, third place in dioramas.

Thanks Bob :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:


Laurence

Thanks Laurence,

You have huge potential as a modeler. I am happy that I was even a small part in bringing you aboard!

Bob


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The Four Horsemen. A History. 1978 to 2019 20 Jul 2019 12:43 #30

Well, I went to the Oncologist yesterday. I was advised that I am now 100% cancer free. I will be returning quarterly for a CT scan and Blood work to make sure it doesn't return and if it does, will be caught early. I have been off chemo now for 60 days, another 30 days and it will be out of my system and I will no longer feel any side effects.

I am back to walking. Doing a mile a day and increasing. I have been back to the gym and am almost back to the weights I used prior to the diagnosis in January, 2018. I am now writing a long article for the new Spanish magazine Dioramag. It is a lot of work but, I should wrap it up this month. Then....... Back to the bench

I feel great!

Bob


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The Four Horsemen. A History. 1978 to 2019 20 Jul 2019 13:17 #31

Great news Dad! :thumbsup
I told you photobucket sucks...



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The Four Horsemen. A History. 1978 to 2019 20 Jul 2019 14:04 #32

bob letterman wrote:
Well, I went to the Oncologist yesterday. I was advised that I am now 100% cancer free. I will be returning quarterly for a CT scan and Blood work to make sure it doesn't return and if it does, will be caught early. I have been off chemo now for 60 days, another 30 days and it will be out of my system and I will no longer feel any side effects.

I am back to walking. Doing a mile a day and increasing. I have been back to the gym and am almost back to the weights I used prior to the diagnosis in January, 2018. I am now writing a long article for the new Spanish magazine Dioramag. It is a lot of work but, I should wrap it up this month. Then....... Back to the bench

I feel great!

Bob

Congrats
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The Four Horsemen. A History. 1978 to 2019 20 Jul 2019 17:11 #33

As stated in the other thread...

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The Four Horsemen. A History. 1978 to 2019 20 Jul 2019 23:58 #34

Simply awesome news. :yipee

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The Four Horsemen. A History. 1978 to 2019 21 Jul 2019 22:54 #35

Great news, Bob!
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The Four Horsemen. A History. 1978 to 2019 22 Jul 2019 00:57 #36

Dear Bob.

Sincerely, I´m very glad in known that you´re ok...excelent news!...free of cancer is wonderful in all aspects! ( I know what is this...I´m free too :frantic )

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