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    That's Toby from 12 O'Clock High!

    That's Toby from 12 O'Clock High!
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    People normally use filled epoxy for that kind of...

    People normally use filled epoxy for that kind of thing. West Epoxy plus microballoons, for instance. Alternately, another filled epoxy like superfil, which would be my choice if I didn't have a...
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    Tortillas, fruit rollups (unrolled, of course),...

    Tortillas, fruit rollups (unrolled, of course), thin sliced sandwich meat. A 10 year old's dream.
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    Not correct. First hand knowledge here. My son...

    Not correct. First hand knowledge here. My son is in elementary school and has been in the classroom all day, every day this school year (with everyone wearing masks). We were notified a week and a...
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    Got any um.. excess doses? I'm thinking a guy...

    Got any um.. excess doses? I'm thinking a guy could make big bucks with a booth in the flymart at SnF... Just sayin'. ;-)
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    Maybe you and I see things differently. By the...

    Maybe you and I see things differently. By the end of this thing (this fall, maybe?), something like 1 1/2 of every thousand Americans will die from this. And that's over the course of a year, year...
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    You're absolutely right. The vaccine mostly...

    You're absolutely right. The vaccine mostly protects you from having moderate or worse symptoms. It isn't certain that it prevents you from contacting the disease or being a carrier.

    Which means...
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    Nothing is final until you snap on your arm band...

    Nothing is final until you snap on your arm band and go through the gates. ;-)

    Honestly, they could pull the plug the day before the event is scheduled to start. It would be awfully inconvenient,...
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    Too many fiefdoms. As disastrous as this thing...

    Too many fiefdoms. As disastrous as this thing is, I'm sure there are plenty in the private sector who could put an effective plan together and get this thing rolling in the right direction (maybe...
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    If the data between me and the EAA's forum gets...

    If the data between me and the EAA's forum gets hacked, what are the potential consequences? Some hacker sends me naughty pictures instead of airplane content? My posts to the forum become...
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    I'd be tempted to pull the FAA records on the...

    I'd be tempted to pull the FAA records on the airplane to see if those document a gross weight increase. If you can't find it there, it didn't happen.
  12. I never worried about dues. $36 is pennies for...

    I never worried about dues. $36 is pennies for the airplane crowd.

    My reality (and why I haven't been to an EAA meeting in a decade) is that I sit in meetings all day long. I don't want to go...
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    By then, 20% (maybe more, maybe less...

    By then, 20% (maybe more, maybe less depending...) of the populace will have natural immunity, having contracted the virus. That *helps* reduce spread. Everyone else will have had a chance to be...
  14. What happened to the FB's you had?

    What happened to the FB's you had?
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    Maybe it won't be the full enchilada Airventure,...

    Maybe it won't be the full enchilada Airventure, but I think a reasonable facsimile of the event will take place. By June/July, anyone who wants to be inoculated will be, and if you aren't...
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    I remember that from when I was a little kid. ...

    I remember that from when I was a little kid. You could see the dark smoke plume from 10 miles away.
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    The switch I linked has a built in relay and...

    The switch I linked has a built in relay and works as-is.
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    Yes, in all four cases.

    Yes, in all four cases.
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    We have stamped out smallpox worldwide. Polio,...

    We have stamped out smallpox worldwide. Polio, measles, and rubella are basically eliminated in the US.
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    The challenge is whether EAA and the state of...

    The challenge is whether EAA and the state of Wisconsin will take that chance.

    Unless something drastically changes, I could see the event requiring masks in the vendor areas, all indoor spaces,...
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    What do you consider expensive? This switch is...

    What do you consider expensive? This switch is $115 and works well for me. It does require a cell plan which costs me $3/month.
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    And no particular planform is required. Can be a...

    And no particular planform is required. Can be a plank, delta, boomerang, whatever. A tailless delta is shaped like a.... delta.
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    I'm not sure it mattered when the real mission...

    I'm not sure it mattered when the real mission was to drop nukes.

    The challenge is/was that even with jets, the B-49 was 100 mph slower than the B-47. Mostly because of the thick airfoil which...
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    If you're trying to make me feel better about...

    If you're trying to make me feel better about this, it isn't working. ;-)
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    At least I didn't have to pack and fuel the...

    At least I didn't have to pack and fuel the airplane this afternoon in 97F temperatures, which is probably 120 in the hangar and on the ramp.
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