Choge2@aol.com
Sun, 4 Feb 2001 21:23:11 EST


Hi,

I'm new to the list. Could someone please tell me where I can find one of
these online translators?

Thanks
Charlie
In a message dated 2/3/2001 8:02:58 PM, yenm@iconn.com.ph writes:

<< To add some detail... saw this on another website.

http://www1.beam.ne.jp/para/news.htm

Can't read Japanese... I use an online translator - but you'll see the

MG-GP03S as part of the list. After the list comes comments - here's what

came out of the AMIKAI translator:

"MG and GP03 secure intensity to the deployment gimmick of a fall DINGU arm

using ABS resin.

In addition to a movable formula, a beam saber rack can also be developed

for a pack pack.

As for arms, a bazooka shield (movable) beam rifle beam saber is attached."

Dunno what to make of this...

Oh yeah it gave news to a couple of other releases too...

GG Master Gundam \400Y March

GG Crossbone Gundam \400Y April

BB The O \800Y April

Fed

----- Original Message -----

From: Edward Ju <gundam@loop.com>

To: <gundam@aeug.org>

Sent: Saturday, February 03, 2001 7:57 PM

Subject: Re: [gundam] MG GP03S!

> >> Pic of the lineart is here - though I can't confirm if

> >its for the MG

> >> though:

> >>

> >> http://www.hga.com.tw/

> >

> >It must be a joke or something, since the linear art

> >seems more like amature art work than your typical

> >Bandai linear art, not to mention that the lineart also

> >contain something that look like a F-14 or a

> >corefighter, something which we all know have no real

> >relationship with the GP03S or even GP03D at all (there

> >is no core fighter in GP03 because GP03 has linear seat

> >and it made a corefighter system impossible). Unless

> >Bandai came up with a really creative way of doing

> >models, I would say it would be a fan's impression of

> >what the MG GP03S should be...

> >

> >As a sidenote, the caption above the pic does said it's

> >lineart for MG GP03S...

> >

> >--

> >-Edmund Chiu

> >edf91@worldnet.att.net

>

> Funny how you read the caption but didn't finish reading

> the rest - the webmaster did express surprise/disbelief

> about the possibility of stuffing a Core Fighter into the

> GP03S, given it's got a linear seat system. This was

> printed right under the caption.

>

> Eddie

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