mis·cre·ant
Pronunciation:
'mis-krE-&nt
Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle English miscreaunt, from Middle French mescreant, present participle of mescroire to disbelieve, from mes- + croire to believe, from Latin credere

1
: UNBELIEVING, HERETICAL
2
: DEPRAVED, VILLAINOUS

Steadfastly maintaining the long-standing tradition of irreverent humor as it pertains to serious subjects, we present to you our own A.L. Lehron, "The Modeling Miscreant", who takes a look at the preposterous side of Scale Modeling. We all believe Modeling should be fun... but, shouldn't it occasionally be hilarious? We think so, and hope that you do, also!

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