PHINEAS CASWELL
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BUILD THE FREIGHTER EMILIANA
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So, Mister Caswell. Tell us about the freighter Emiliana. 
 
Well, she's a paper model kit that you can download and print for free. 
 
What? A kit? You mean we have to make it? 
 
Of course! That's the point behind paper model kits. Anyway, the Emiliana Torini is a European coastal freighter from the early 1970's. It's quite a fascinating kit - you laminate dozens of sheets of paper... 
 
Blobbity, blobbity, blobbity on that. How much does it cost? 
 
Well, it's free, of course. That's the whole point of this site. But, let me tell you about this kit. The designer has gone to all kinds of trouble to teach you techniques... 
 
Uh huh. Yawn. So, how big is this thing? 
 
Since she's designed to fit an entire outline of the hull on a single piece of paper, she's only seven inches long. But, oh, the detail that fits into those seven inches! Look at those winches... they are fortified with... 
 
Blobbity, blobbity, blobbity. Nobody cares. How do I get the kit? 
 
Uh, well, if you click on the link below...

 Thanks a lot. You know, you'd do better in these interviews if you said more.
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