The subject matter of this blog is the Steel Industry and Railroading. Most of the posts deal with my attempt to model an integrated steel mill in HO scale, however, there will also be posts on real railroading and the real steel industry as well as other industries, and for that matter, general topics, that interest me.
Monday, March 12, 2012
Making a mess on TV
I've been working on multiple fronts lately, from scenery, to the Ensley mixer, to a paper Container Crane, and a dual glass factory build - more on the latter in the next post. And yes, I do find time to actually work for a living, which brings me to the title of this post. The company I work for has been collaborating with a New York production company that is filming a new reality TV series for the DIY Network called "I Hate My Contractor". The premise of the show is to highlight the story of a different homeowner each time that has been shafted by their contractor. Of course the horrible story has a happy ending when the host of the show comes in and makes things all better, and throws a new kitchen in just for fun. Now we aren't the scumbag contractor, we are the good guys that come in and make it all better.