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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Greenwood View Post
    P S Zack and I may disgagree on censorship, but he may be doing it for someone else and he's a good guy, gave me lots of free brownies.
    And, uhhh, what exactly was IN those brownies.....?

    (Considering where Zack lives, probably cheese....)

    Ron Wanttaja

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    Yah hey der. Eider dat or brats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Byron J. Covey View Post
    Must be something wrong with me - I never really enjoyed matriculating.
    BJC
    Perhaps you're a latent thespian?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointpergame View Post
    Perhaps you're a latent thespian?
    I have it on good authority that, when he was in the grade school band, there wasn't enough instruments go around. He and another little boy had to take turns with one of the wind instruments.

    It was a same-sax relationship.

    Ron Wanttaja

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwanttaja View Post
    I have it on good authority that, when he was in the grade school band, there wasn't enough instruments go around. He and another little boy had to take turns with one of the wind instruments.

    It was a same-sax relationship.

    Ron Wanttaja
    Are you certain that you cleared the Young Eagles background check?


    BJC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Byron J. Covey View Post
    Are you certain that you cleared the Young Eagles background check?
    Probably not. I answered the question, "Do you like children," with

    "Depends on how they're cooked."

    Ron "Fry-em-up Dan" Wanttaja

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwanttaja View Post
    Probably not. I answered the question, "Do you like children," with

    "Depends on how they're cooked."

    Ron "Fry-em-up Dan" Wanttaja
    When I registered to vote, the form asked "sex" with a line to write in the answer. I wrote "yes, love it". For "race" I wrote in "100 yard dash".

    When I moved and changed registration, the form had two boxes for race, one with a "W" and one with a "C" so I checked the box for Caucasian.


    BJC

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    Knew an examiner who liked to tell the story of a female pilot applicant who wrote in the block where it asked sex with "hardly ever"

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    Well at least when it asks to indicate sex they are using the term properly as a noun, unlike when it asks for gender. In those cases I write in "masculine."

    Zack, I agree with your intention at intervention, but now we are just having fun with it. I am still trying to envision brat and cheese brownies. Not being judgmental mind you...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zack Baughman View Post
    Gents - please drop the political jesting. There are plenty of other forums for those kinds of remarks.

    Zack
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion. Politics is very much a part of aviation and it's healthy to discuss as part of our aviation rights. Just ask the guys at Santa Monica! I've never been on a forum where there is so much control and censorship. It's not a big deal at all whatsoever to voice an opinion. We all have different values, goals and aspirations. One's political ideology is just a part of that. If someone has a different idea as to what direction they prefer our country set course, fine. It's just their opinion. Enough with the censorship. North Korea already cornered that market! We can all agree that we love aviation and that's why we're here and it's perfectly ok to have our own personal beliefs and ideals. That's what EAA is all about

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