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    I think they're talking about airliners. ...

    I think they're talking about airliners. Flying solo (or with family members) is as low risk (corona wise) as they come.
  2. The problem with MailChimp and similar services...

    The problem with MailChimp and similar services is that they're more targeted to bulk mailing rather than ListServ type operation. I looked at a bunch of those.
  3. For my airpark HOA, I bought redirection services...

    For my airpark HOA, I bought redirection services from a company called Gaggle.email. They're hosted on AWS and provide just about every feature and tweak I can imagine. Support is very...
  4. The supplement book (the book with the figures)...

    The supplement book (the book with the figures) is on the way out. The testing software includes an on-screen electronic E6 or you can bring your own. The FAA has sold out PSI/TrueTalent, so...
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    VB had this concept of social groups where you...

    VB had this concept of social groups where you could have your own private area of the forums. You'd likely to need a chapter member or two to handle the invitations, unlike some other membership...
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    If the plane hasn't flown in years, you're likely...

    If the plane hasn't flown in years, you're likely going to have additional problems other than replacing the dataplate which just takes a ~$400 and a notarized letter plus someone to rivet it on....
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    Hospitalizations are way up in the "reopened"...

    Hospitalizations are way up in the "reopened" states. The lockdown kept most states that weren't initially devastated from exceeding their ICU capacity. They're doing so now.

    The problem is...
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    It's a big matter as your airplane is NOT...

    It's a big matter as your airplane is NOT airworthy without it.

    Read this article. It pretty well covers it:...
  9. Yes, and if the airplane had factory options for...

    Yes, and if the airplane had factory options for electrical, you may be able to install it without an STC as it may already be on the type certificate.
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    The other metrics are going up as well. You...

    The other metrics are going up as well. You don't have to have a sophisticated test to determine if someone is dead.
  11. If you have non-profit status, you can get a...

    If you have non-profit status, you can get a grant for google advertising by signing up for their "google for non-profits" program and making an application. I've done so for some other...
  12. Thread: Agi stk

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    For a while the guy who ran the company, Paul...

    For a while the guy who ran the company, Paul Graziani, threw elaborate Christmas parties and user group meetings. The user group meeting was the only one I've ever been to that had meals included...
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    I used to work with them professionally (in fact,...

    I used to work with them professionally (in fact, we were considering buying the company at one point). They threw great parties.
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    The problem is they want to disguise the ticket...

    The problem is they want to disguise the ticket sales as being tax deductible. If a fee is required to enter, no matter what you call it, it is not tax deductible.
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    Note that while the engines may not be a problem,...

    Note that while the engines may not be a problem, check the ADs on the props. Some of these have ADs that move the overhaul times from recommendations to requirements.
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    Would something like this work. It's designed...

    Would something like this work. It's designed for cargo tiedowns in trailers and the like. It's "aircraft grade" for what that's worth....
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    You do understand about Reynolds numbers?

    You do understand about Reynolds numbers?
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    It's not limited to Wisconsin. I've got events...

    It's not limited to Wisconsin. I've got events scheduled this summer (and even as far out as the end of October) that had to be cancelled or postponed. There's more to these events than just the...
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    One year I was preparing to go to the show and...

    One year I was preparing to go to the show and was printing up my usual VAC and VFR signs. I added a "THANK YOU" and "HILTON" signs. The THANK YOU was well received by most of the ground guys (I...
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    i disagree, I joined the ANS several years before...

    i disagree, I joined the ANS several years before I got my Navion. They were an invaluable resource in my planning and ultimate aircraft search.
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    Not the pilot, but the aircraft. We run nearly...

    Not the pilot, but the aircraft. We run nearly everybody through software I wrote to verify eligiblity (also flags our special parkers like past grand champions). Pilots are incredible liars.
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    The Debs came out in 1960. Navions were built...

    The Debs came out in 1960. Navions were built from 1946 up to the early 70's (though they stopped the canopy models in the sixties about the same time Beech killed off the 33 and the 35). Of...
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    The early V tails had E-225's in them, as did...

    The early V tails had E-225's in them, as did some of the Navions. The 225 in the Debonair was an IO-470J. This is an engine that was never seen in a Navion. The IO-470C that some of the...
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    That and the straight tail (obviously). They...

    That and the straight tail (obviously). They started out not being all that different (and ended up that way as well). The early 60's Debs and Bos both had IO-470s, The Debs had the 225HP...
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    There are a bunch of Bonanza articles in the...

    There are a bunch of Bonanza articles in the Sport Aviation Archive: https://www.eaa.org/eaa/news-and-publications/eaa-magazines-and-publications/eaa-sport-aviation-magazine/sport-aviation-archive
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