15 February 2021

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issue 140-143

Oh, we have another shipment.  It was in a larger box, and that usually means we get another stupid binder.  One of these days we will get into why these binders are stupid.  Maybe we have already.  But, it has been so long...maybe you want to read about it again.

 Well, luckily this was not the case.  Some of the parts and packing material made this shipment too big to fit in their standard box.  They could have made it fit in a standard box.  Although, the feeling of expecting the stupid binder and be relieved that there was no binder is ecstatic.

Issues 140-143

By the way, we are still waiting on Issue 128...still waiting.  Anyway, here we go...

Issue 140 - Time Circuit Components

Contents of Issue 140

Tiny hands help when you have to deal with these little lightbulbs.  You also need a lot of strength.  Ideally, hands of a tree frog with strength of a bear.  Good luck. 

We also have some wire work in this issue. No, not like Yeun Woo-Ping...little tiny wires.

Issue 141 - Railroad Ties

Contents of Issue 141

Guess what.  Yep, same thing.  Although our parts came with an extra eight EP screws.  That is a lot of extras, as we normally get one, sometimes two, extra per screw.  We nearly doubled our EP screws after this shipment.  We know you are excited about the screw count.  Hold your horses, we will get to that at the end per usual.

Issue 143 - Rail

Contents of Issue 142

At this point, we do not even need to look at the build instructions.  Are we that good?  Nah, this is our fourth time doing this...and more to go.  Yay?

Issue 143 - Time Circuit Components

Contents of Issue 143

Yippee! We got two Issues with Time Circuit parts in this shipment.  Many small parts in this.  Careful with that cross piece, overtightening could bend the ends.  We found out the hard way.

This is what you have been waiting for...

113-AP, 25-BP, 2-CP, 22-AM, 13-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 38-DM, 3-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 21-EP, 22-FP, 2-JM, 5-HP, 4-GP, 16-NM, 3-MM, 9-KM, 2-LM, 23-IP, 1-OM, 1-PM, 4-JP, 2-KP, 3-QM, 2-LP, 6-MP 1-RM, 8-NP, 5-QP

to be continued...

05 February 2021


 Short month and these fuckers are wasting their own time in more ways than one.  Slacking off for almost a week before getting the first call/text.  Here we go

5 February 2021

  469-512-2469  Dallas, TX -  Okay, bonus points for having '69' twice in your number.  But, then it is fuck up after fuck up.  Follow along.  Reuben!  Close, but I usually go by a different name.


Oh wait, did I win something...I mean, did Reuben win something?  Sweepstakes, you say?  Well, shit.  Connecticut?  Wait, the text originated from Dallas.  There you go fucking up, again.  

Claim my prize?  Yeah, like I am clicking that link.  I will be disappointed, because I know that link will not lead to dick pics.  Seriously thinking about replying to these texts with dick pics.  Oh, I can show a code to an AT&T Store?  If I do, will the guy behind the counter whip out his cock?

Fuck you!

7 February 2021
  917-601-4549  New York - What, no more calls?  All I get are texts, now?


Come on, guys!  How many times do I have to tell you to check your spelling?  By the way, I looked up the number, and the first result was "Protect yourself from scammers and robocalls..."  Fuck you!

8 Februrary 2021
  310-849-9563  Beverly Hills, CA - Oh good, a call instead of text.  Ah, but a silenced call, because you sorry as is another telemarketer...and to that I say, fuck you!

  469-750-9048  Dallas, TX - Wait, three days ago, came in first in the Connecticut AT&T Sweepstakes. Now, I am second in the AT&T Rewards?  Wow, what luck!  


Okay, I get it.  AT&T Headquarters is in Dallas, but why would they run the sweepstakes and rewards program out of Connecticut?  Does the Connecticut branch not have the resources?  Considering I did not enter any sweepstakes nor rewards contests, and quite a drive from Connecticut,  that is pretty darn lucky of me to win...twice!  Fuck you!

9 February 2021
  310-504-6094  Redondo Beach - "Spam Risk"  Fuck you!

  714-748-1854 - Garden Grove, CA - Okay, we all know this is a fucking telemarketer.   But they left a voicemail.  We know, voicemails are a dime a dozen, but you gotta see this transcript.

"Spies now.."  This totally backs up our theory and explains everything.  Telemarketers are spies, looking for your information to use against you.  I mean, look how long the message is.  Double-O-seven.  We talking about James Bond shit going on here.  This is a matter of national security, we have international spies calling our citizens to steal our information.  Fuck you!

  310-504-6094  Redondo Beach, CA - They called back.  Pretty sure I told you to fuck off.  Okay not in those exact words.  How about now?  Fuck off!

12 February 2021
  833-736-0960 - This is a toll free number.  But, while toll free, still very likely a telemarketer scam.  Check this shit out:


We are going to look pass the many spelling and grammatical errors on this.  What are the odds that a Fortune 500 company cannot even write a simple note?  Nah, we just gonna gloss over that.

Look closely.  Is that fucking Comic Sans?  Okay, it is not Comic Sans, but it sure looks like an incestual relative of Comic Sans.  Again, we question the validity of a corporate memo when it is written in a questionable font.  Surely this robot is an uptalker.  Fuck you!

  760-653-3125  San Marcos, CA - ...and other thing...Fuck you!

13 February 2021

  844-725-0482 - Like the 833 area code number from yesterday, the 844 area code is allocated nationwide.  Therefore no specific location.  And, just like the previous scam we got the same message:


Same copy/paste message. Same spelling and grammatical errors...and the same fucking shit font.  It is so obvious they are cold texting people in hopes that someone will click the link and fall for their scam.

Speaking of link.  Note that they are different. If  the message/issues are the same, the links should be the same.  Nice try, fuck you!

18 February 2021

  310-801-4567  Beverly Hills, CA - Not once

  310-801-4567  Beverly Hills, CA - Not twice


   310-801-4567  Beverly Hills, CA - But thrice, and one shit attempt to leave a voicemail.  The voicemail was just some mumbling.  Perhaps they were shocked at our outgoing message, who knows.

As usual, we did a little research.  While this is a legit number of a business (maybe), we do not have business with them. So on a technicality, this is a telemarketing call. It can also be another spoofed call.  Either way, there is no need to call someone three times in one minute and not leave a proper voicemail.  Fuck you!

  310-801-4567  Beverly Hills, CA - Looks like they tried again to leave a voicemail.  Maybe it is a recording, maybe it was a robot.  It was in a foreign language, which we are not fluent in...and from what we have gathered, it has nothing to do with what the business is associated with...according to a search of the number.  

That was one awkward sentence. You know what is more awkward?  When your phone tries to transcribe a foreign language, or maybe they were trying to translate.  Tell me what they are trying to say:

Could be some spy shit

Could this be some spy shit?  Sure sounds like a secret password to confirm my identity before they transfer millions for the NOC List.  Fuck you!

  310-504-7886  Redondo Beach, CA - Today was a busy day, another Spam Risk.  Fuck you!

19 February 2021

  310-483-3648  Torrance, CA - And, the calls just keep on coming.  Of course, this was a Silenced Call.  But, just in case, we did a quick search and this number cam up as a "Debt Reduction Scam" and under High Risk.  Yeah, fuck you!

23 February 2021

  310-826-2787  Los Angeles, CA - This is pretty much your typical spoofed number.  Fuck you!

24 February 2021

  318-293-6285 Saline, LA - Spoofed number all the way from Louisiana.  Again, we have no business with anyone in Louisiana.  Heck, we do not have any business with anyone.  But, we do that this for them...fuck you!

  562-423-5062  Long Beach, CA - Yep, you guessed it.  No business with anyone in Long Beach, either.  Mind your own business, fuck you!

21 January 2021

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 136-139

Issues 136-139

Following the same pattern as the previous shipment, here are Issues of the latest shipment.

 Issue 136 - Rail

Contents of Issue 136

You know the drill.

Issue 137 - Time Circuit Components

Contents of Issue 137

This is the only interesting Issue of the shipment, and one you need to pay attention to.  There are some small parts that can easily lost. Be careful and be patient.  

Pro Tip:  Take your time with these tiny clear parts.  Better to go one by one with these clear 'tubes' than to rush and remove them all from the sprue.  Ask me how I came to that conclusion.  Work above a clean surface so pieces are easier to locate.

Small screws are the least of your problems, at least you have extras of those.  Not so much with the plastic parts.

Issue 138 - Railroad Ties

Contents of Issue 138
Yep, same thing

Issue 139 - Rail

Contents of Issue 139

Hey, you look familiar.  You know what to do.

...and your screw count up until now.

111-AP, 25-BP, 2-CP, 22-AM, 13-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 38-DM, 3-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 11-EP, 22-FP, 2-JM, 5-HP, 4-GP, 16-NM, 3-MM, 9-KM, 2-LM, 23-IP, 1-OM, 1-PM, 4-JP, 2-KP, 3-QM, 2-LP, 6-MP 1-RM, 7-NP, 3-QP

to be continued...

04 January 2021


 We have our first call of the new year!  Just surprised that a call did not come earlier.  Do robots celebrate Christmas and New Years?

4 January 2021

  310-599-8974  Compton, CA - Going back to Cali.  We have received calls from the 310-599-XXXX before, so when this number popped up, we knew it was Compton. Of course, we knew it was some sort of telemarketer call.  So, with that we are excited to hand out the first Fuck you!

6 January 2021

  469-797-6225  Plano, TX - Yeah sure, this is could be a scam...definitely telemarketing.  This is target marketing at its best.  Bonus point for (mostly) correct spelling and grammar.  I kinda like these superliminal tactics.  


A 7:30 text, basically, telling my fat ass to wake up.  Then, straight up that I am a fat ass and I am too lazy to do anything about it.  But wait, snort a mound of this shit before I crash and, BAM!  I go to sleep a Chris Farley and wake up a Chris Hemsworth.  Fuck you!

11 January 2021

  862-485-1906  New Jersey - This mother fucker texts me at 6:47 AM.  Not only that, this is basically the sames message as the one from above.  The link is different, but same fucking scam.


So, we did a little digging.  Not really, just a quick search, and this number has been linked to multiple scams ranging from Netflix, AT&T, Amazon, USPS, gun permits, bill paying, etc.  Fuck you!

   402-444-6135  Omaha, NE - Silenced call, which means pretty much a telemarketer.  Fuck you!

14 January 2021

  310-599-1936  Compton, CA - Another Compton number.  Again, most likely another spoofed number.  I have no idea what they are trying to push, but it is most certainly a scam.  Fuck you!

  310-809-5067  Los Angeles - Hmm...nothing came up on a quick search.  But we will err on the side of caution and call this another telemarketer.  Fuck you!

22 January 2021

  310-849-9674  Beverly Hills, CA - Wow, over a week without a call.  That has to be some sort of record.  We cannot remember the last time there was this long of a break between calls.  This is amazing.  Only two words can sum this up.  Fuck you!

26 January 2021

  310-504-8835  Redondo Beach, CA - Automatically labeled as "Spam Risk". Fuck you!

  214-340-1944  Dallas, TX - The stars at night, are big and bright.  Fuck you!

29 January 2021

  325-480-4081  Abilene, TX - I am sure you have heard about the "massive California exodus to Texas".  Last year, over eighty thousand people left the Golden State for 'greener pastures' in the Lone Star State.  Could telemarketers be doing the same?   Do robots get taxed, too?   Fuck you!

  310-849-9563  Beverly Hills, CA -  Okay, maybe some telemarketers and robots are staying in California.  Second call of the day.  Perhaps the last push before the weekend, or last push before the end on the month?  Would not be surprised to get some weekend calls from these cunts.  Fuck you!

22 December 2020

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 132-135

 Last shipment of the year.  Here is what we have

Issues 132-135

Good news, no 'missing' issues in this shipment.  Bad news, we are still missing Issue 128...but, since we have Issue 131 from last shipment, we can start on the Part III elements of the Time Machine.   

The build for 131 is simple.  While there are no wires, there is a ribbon with LED lights.  Keep in mind that this should be the first Issue of 'bonus' Part III builds.  The will come into play in future shipments.  We will get into that later.  But first...

Issue 132 - Railroad Ties

Issue 132 contents

Well, it looks like we are going to build this railroad track one section at time.  If you had questions on how Eaglemoss was going to milk 20 issues out of this, here is your answer.

Issue 133 - Rail

Issue 133 contents
Nice solid piece of metal for the rails

Issue 134 - Time Circuit Box

Issue 134 contents

Ah, something more interesting.  Some more hood box elements. Lots of little details and small parts. We also have a new screw, QP.  One annoying part of the build, you have to undo part of the build in 131 and replug in the part.  Be careful not to damage the ribbon.

Issue 135 - Railroad Ties

Issue 135 contents

Pretty much the same as 132. But, this one has more screws and brackets.  There are a total of eight railroad ties, and rails. 

I am guessing the pattern for the next shipments will be Railroad Ties, Rail, Hood Box Components, rinse and repeat.  Somewhere in there should be some train wheels...and then we will be done.

Now, the exciting part, screw count.  Note that this excludes Issues 127-130 (Plutonium Box), we will add those in when we received and build the missing issues:

110-AP, 25-BP, 2-CP, 22-AM, 13-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 38-DM, 3-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 8-EP, 22-FP, 2-JM, 5-HP, 4-GP, 16-NM, 3-MM, 9-KM, 2-LM, 23-IP, 1-OM, 1-PM, 4-JP, 2-KP, 3-QM, 2-LP, 6-MP 1-RM, 6-NP, 2-QP

to be continued...

07 December 2020

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 127, 129, 130, 131

We got another shipment a few days ago.  Nothing was built, because...surprise...another issues is on back order.  Here is what we got

Issues 127,129,130,131

Issue 127 – Plutonium Case Lid


Contents of Issue 127

There are some cute tiny parts in this Issue, including those tiny MP screws.  I guess I can put this together and wait for the next issue.  Speaking of next issue, Issue 128 is the base of the case.  It may be a while before that issue is available.

 Issue 129 – Plutonium Case Inserts


Contents of Issue 129

Spacers and foam lining for the plutonium case.

Issue 130 – Plutonium

Contents of Issue 130

Twelve canisters, with twelve rods of plutonium for the case.  There are even twelve little stickers for each of the rods that we will need to apply.  Also comes with a clock, I assume it is the dash clock. 

Here is where the original 130 issues ends.  At this point, we have the car completed (back in issue 126) and another four issues to build the plutonium case.  We already know that that subscription was extended to and additional 20 issues for a total of 150 issues. 

 What else is there to build?  Well, you know.  We knew this since we got the white wall wheels, at least a year ago.  Of course, since there are 1955 wheels, we need the hood box to complete that look.  Well, we have also received random issues and know that there are also train wheels and a train track for display.  They got to milk another 20 issues somehow.

Issue 131 – Hood Box

So, we begin on the hood box.  This is the base, and it has tiny LED's for light up.  No building means no screw count, so until next time.  Next shipment is on the way.  Surprise, Issue 128 is not on the manifest.  This is what we will do, we will build the Hood Box and, as usual, wait for the back order issues to arrive.

...to be continued

01 December 2020


Last month of the year, we expect a final push for telemarketers to get their scams going before things reset for the new year.  We doubt there is any 'reset', but there is always a push.  One day into the new month and we already have our first call.

1 December 2020

  310-504-9099  Redondo Beach, CA- This is your typical spoofed number to kick off the new month.  We have a solid week, with no holidays, that could be packed with calls. Fuck you!

  747-201-3343  Los Angeles, CA - We have forgotten that 747 was an area code for Los Angeles. This is not the first call from this 'new' area code, our records show that calls from 747 originate back in February of 2017.  Is this area code made just for telemarketers? Fuck you!

2 December 2020

  Unknown - Been a while, but this is a rare call from "unknown".  Fuck you

3 December 2020

  310-599-4501  Compton, CA - We recognised this number as a repeat caller...well, the pre-fix anyway.  It is our good friends in Compton. No doubt another spoofed number, or maybe the telemarketers have set up shop in Compton.  Either way, fuck you!

3 December 2020

  310-504-9099  Redondo Beach, CA - Hey, these guys called two days ago to open the month of December.  Now, this number is being red flagged by Call Protect and the phone as a Spam Risk.  Well, fuck you!

7 December 2020

  213-593-2381  Los Angeles, CA - The internet tells me that this is a landline number in Downtown Los Angeles.  Probably another spoofed number....or, ground zero of a telemarketer cell.  Fuck you!

9 December 2020

  310-869-6881  Los Angeles, CA - Here is another spoofed number used for telemarketing purposes.  I think we are back to California area calls this month.  Fuck you!

10 December 2020

  216-702-6286  Cleveland, OH - Well, there goes California month.  This is another scam text.  Remember, it is holiday season and packages are being shipped and received as if it is...holiday season.


We did a quick search and this number.  In addition to this "UPS parcel", the number is linked to "FedEx", "free Apple laptop", "Netflix account locked".  These are all comments dated with a month of each other.

How can one number be linked to UPS and FedEx?  Wait, they are also Apple and Netflix?  Fuck you!

17 December 2020

  929-343-4832  New York - You could not pay me enough to shop at Walmart.  Wait, did you say $400?  Fucking, sign me up!


Yes, we did a search and this scam has been going on for a while.  

Again, we have to look at the text.  Why is every word in the first sentence capitalized, but Walmart is not?  This is considered a typo and no company would spell their own name wrong.  Still...$400 for being a Walmart shopper.  While very tempting, you should take that $400 and shove it up your ass.  Fuck you!

19 December 2020
  469-797-5166  Texas -  Okay, spelling is correct.  But, you got the tracking number wrong.  Not only is it way too short, the number suggests that this would be from UPS...NOT FedEx.

Maybe I should start replying back with dick pics.  Fuck you!

22 December 2020

  832-606-5255  Houston, TX - Another call from Texas.  This is another spoofed number.  Remember, this is the perfect time to package delivery scams.  Fuck you!

  310-849-9473  Beverly Hills, CA - This one is an obvious spoofed number.  We just thought of something.  Be on the lookout for a new scam.  With the new vaccine being released, there will no doubt be scams for that, as well.  Fuck you!

27 December 2020

  469-782-4068  Texas - Early morning text on a Sunday.  This area code keeps popping up.  We are too lazy to check exactly where this originates from, but signs point to somewhere in Texas.  Yes, Texas is a big state.  But, with all the possible routing and spoofing it could be anywhere.


Quick glance and seems like spelling is mostly correct.  But, the units are called iPad Pro, not Pro 2021 iPad.  I will let it slide. I could get into the details of "Xmas" vs Christmas vs Holidays.  A monkey could tell you that this is a scam.  If not, then there will be 22 monkeys out there with older iPads.  Fuck you!

30 December 2020

  412-537-7549  Pittsburgh, PA - All the way from Pittsburgh.  Could it be Mario Lemieux or just another spoofed number?  I going with the latter.  Fuck you!

31 December 2020

  elinjpascasciomi6345@hotmail.com - One more before the end of the year.  Look at this shit


The email address is highly questionable.  You know when you sign up for a new email address, and you put your name and birthday?  Then, the email provider suggests a username for you.  This is dipshit just went with that suggestion.  I mean, obviously it is fake as my tits.  But, at least think of a better name.  

Oh, and no comment...just a questionable link for me to click?  Fuck you!

17 November 2020

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 121-124

Issue 121-124

Go back in time for this one.  Last we left off we were in between issues of sorts.  Here are the parts 'missing' from previous post...that were already shipped to us a while back.

Issue 121- Left Reactor Vent

Contents of Issue 121

The vents is one the first things you will notice on the Time Machine.  It changes the silhouette of the stock DeLorean and immediately makes it a Time Machine.  Glad we did not have to 'assemble' separate panels to get the vents.

Issue 122 - Left Vent Vanes

Contents of Issue 122

The horizontal vanes help cool the vents.  Wait, looks like we have a new screw, the NP!

Issue 123 - Right Reactor Vent

Contents of Issue 123

Same as the left side, we do with the right.

Issue 124 - Right Vent Vanes

Contents of Issue 124


Now, we go back to previous shipment to work on 125 and 126.  You know what, it looks like we have completed the basic Time Machine.  Looking around, I do not notice any areas that are missing details.  So, I am curious as to what the other issues have in store.  I believe there should be four more issues (130), and an additional 25-30 issues for parts of the Part III hood box and train tracks.

This is where we are at now.  Snapped these photos just at sunset, so we have a little golden hour lighting. 

Build up to 126

Yes, that is a floor mat.

Still need to put the mirrors and center caps back on.  But will wait until the build is complete and in a case before we finalize everything.

Here is your screw count up to Issue 126:

Screw count:  108-AP, 25-BP, 2-CP, 22-AM, 13-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 38-DM, 3-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 4-EP, 22-FP, 2-JM, 5-HP, 4-GP, 16-NM, 3-MM, 9-KM, 2-LM, 22-IP, 1-OM, 1-PM, 4-JP, 2-KP, 3-QM, 2-LP, 6-MP 1-RM, 5-NP

to be continued...

12 November 2020

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 119, 120, 125, 126


Issues 119, 120, 125, 126

Well, looks like the skipped some issues. Oh wait, spoiler alert, I received the shipment for 121-124 a while back.  We will just deal with this current shipment in this post.  Then we will go back (in time) and talk about the other shipment in a future post.

Issue 119 - Vent Exhaust

Parts for Issue 119

The vent exhaust is very hidden on the actual car, but they are there...so they are here.  These are the guys responsible for the venting smoke after the Time Machine arrives at a destination time.

We also have some photo etched parts to get that perforated look at the end of the exhaust.

Issue 120 - Vent Hoses

Parts for 120

These six hoses connect the oil separators to the vents.  These are just press fit in, no screws needed.

Here is were we go to the next shipment.  But since we make up the rules as we go, we are going to finish talking about this shipment then continue on the next post with the other parts. So the next two sets of parts will not be assembled until the we do the other four.  There will not be a screw count at the end of this post.  Hang in there.  It makes sense in our heads, just go along.

Issue 125 - Vent Cable

Parts for 125

Cables that from the vent to the rear of the back plate.  Plus you get strips of stickers to wrap around some hoses.  Fun times!  Although, the application of these stickers on hoses/cables already mounted is quite difficult.  Again, small hands and tweezers help.  Still have not found my tweezers.

Issue 126 - Vent Cowls

Parts for 126

The vent cowls is exactly how the vents are finished off on the real car.  They hook underneath the top of the rear fascia and complete the vents.  

Fun Fact:  In Part II, when the (fiberglass) Time Machine is landing in the alley, you can see that someone forgot to mount these pieces on the vent.

to be continued...

05 November 2020

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 115-118

Here we go another box.  This one feels really light.

Issues 115-118

This shipment contains minimal parts.  Opening the box to check if everything is there, I found that the parts for 116 were missing.  But, I got two sets of parts for 118.  The magazines were all accounted for.  A quick call to customer service and replacement parts were sent.  In the meantime, we did not get started on building, since I may 'block' and area if I skip ahead in the build.

Issue 115 - Reactor Components

Contents of Issue 115

These parts are what is known as the Oil Separators and Crossover Tube.  Good detail in the parts, easy to assemble.  Pretty straight forward.

Issue 116 - Reactor Cables

Contents of Issue 116

These were the parts that were missing the the initial shipment.  I mean, it is just four cables, that is it.   I could see this being missed while packing the box.  This too, was as normal, in a box.  Kinda a waste, as a packing slip and this baggie were the only things in the box, along with a lot air bags for packing.  Anyway, we have the parts and we can build.

This is a rare Issue with no screws.  Simply plug in the cables in the holes.  Helps to have small hands or tweezers.  Ugh, I misplaced my tweezers.

Issue 117 - Reactor Hoses 

Contents of Issue 117

Another issue assembled without the use of screws.  The small hose connect the oil separators to the base of the reactor chamber while the longer hose connects to the Janitrol unit to the back of the rear wall.

Issue 118 - Hoses and T-195

Contents of Issue 118

So, I have an extra set of these.  Some of the final details of the reactor area on the rear deck.  

While only two issues in this shipment had screws, we still have screws.  

Screw count:  105-AP, 25-BP, 2-CP, 22-AM, 13-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 38-DM, 3-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 4-EP, 20-FP, 2-JM, 5-HP, 3-GP, 16-NM, 3-MM, 9-KM, 2-LM, 21-IP, 1-OM, 1-PM, 4-JP, 2-KP, 3-QM, 2-LP, 6-MP 1-RM

to be continued...