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  1. Thread: Combat Flea!

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    Cute -- 25¢ cover price, too. Thanks.

    Cute -- 25¢ cover price, too. Thanks.
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    I expect you just need to shrink the picture(s)....

    I expect you just need to shrink the picture(s). A lot of websites (including this one) restrict the size of picture uploads both for storage and for minimizing the time (and data amount) it takes...
  3. Obviously I can't see the PM, so I'm sorry for...

    Obviously I can't see the PM, so I'm sorry for any duplication. But assuming that this mental condition won't cause potential problems for the instructor (violence, fighting the controls, etc.) I...
  4. Eric, you should keep in mind that GoPro is so...

    Eric, you should keep in mind that GoPro is so pervasive in aviation video that, currently, there is no real competition, and people can get rather excited about certain kinds of products that do...
  5. Thread: Glider Sim

    by lnuss
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    Glider Sim

    On Flightsim.com I just read and watched a preview of World Of Aircraft Glider Simulator, a soon to be released glider sim. Only a handful of aircraft and only two airports, but a fair chunk of...
  6. Thread: Sport Pilot CFI

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    Hey! Way to go! Now you can REALLY start to...

    Hey! Way to go! Now you can REALLY start to learn... ;)
  7. Thread: Sun and Fun

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    Curiously, there's more on the AOPA site (and I'm...

    Curiously, there's more on the AOPA site (and I'm not a member, so limited access) than there is on the EAA site, where Airventure seems to be the only thing mentioned, except something about a ...
  8. Hey, great! Just keep your lessons as close...

    Hey, great! Just keep your lessons as close together as possible, to minimize the extra time you'd have to spend on review from one lesson to the next.
  9. Sorry -- I've never been good at reading faces,...

    Sorry -- I've never been good at reading faces, body English or tone of voice through text, so guess I missed that. I bet there was a lot of truth in your post though, too -- I sure could identify...
  10. I understand, and I'm sorry you had that problem,...

    I understand, and I'm sorry you had that problem, Eric, but that's also why I said: (emphasis added), rather than saying always. Of course you certainly have something to look forward to, and maybe...
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    Comments on hangar flying

    I read Steve Krog's post on throttle stuck open but couldn't read comments or post comments, using Waterfox browser. So I tried Chrome, and I could read comments but not post any -- it asked me to...
  12. You're not alone -- most of us are (or have been...

    You're not alone -- most of us are (or have been ) in the same boat. Few people understand (or much care) about details of aviation beyond touting the virtues (or lack thereof) certain airlines or...
  13. There's certainly nothing wrong with going to an...

    There's certainly nothing wrong with going to an ultralight to get in the air. And I'd suggest that starting earlier might be a good way to go, since I've seen too many people who waited 'til...
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    Hi Tyler, welcome to the forum. Your...

    Hi Tyler, welcome to the forum. Your questionnaire is, indeed, short, but there's (IMO) too many multiple choice questions, or at least not enough flexibility in answers that don't fit my case (and I...
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    Not really true, though it can almost seem like...

    Not really true, though it can almost seem like it on newer works. You used to have to register, then renew in order to maintain copyright, with renewal limits. Now if it's published it's...
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    I'm curious WHY you want the forums to be secure....

    I'm curious WHY you want the forums to be secure. Perhaps the login page, but as far as I'm concerned anyone can read anything I post here. No big deal to me...
  17. Thread: Yeager's Gone

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    Cute, Randy... :cool:

    Cute, Randy... :cool:
  18. Thread: Yeager's Gone

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    Thanks, Ron -- I'd heard of the legal struggle,...

    Thanks, Ron -- I'd heard of the legal struggle, but didn't know about the "autocorrect."
  19. Thread: Yeager's Gone

    by lnuss
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    Yeager's Gone

    C h u c k Y e a g e r passed away yesterday at the age of 97. I can't seem to get his name in with normal typing without it being changed to "a famous test pilot."
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  20. Thread: Champ Attack

    by lnuss
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    They are indeed. Here's a pic of one I flew back...

    They are indeed. Here's a pic of one I flew back in the late '70s:
  21. Thread: Champ Attack

    by lnuss
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    Nice video -- thanks for sharing.

    Nice video -- thanks for sharing.
  22. Very interesting, thanks.

    Very interesting, thanks.
  23. I've read that there is some mechanism that...

    I've read that there is some mechanism that allows the use of FSX aircraft, but I don't have the sim (it needs Win 10) and don't know any further details. You might check out the MSFS 2020 section...
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    Of course one reason for that difference is that...

    Of course one reason for that difference is that the slower speed puts a lot less strain on the gear and doors, but the higher speed is available if you really need it. Just like the 175 mph gear...
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    You might want to specify the vintage and model....

    You might want to specify the vintage and model. The F-33A (1970s) specifies 175 mph/152 kts, but many earlier Bonanzas (and Barons) were lower. A 1965 S35, for example was 165 mph. Obviously this is...
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