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Hello? Any oldtimers around? by Ricky
Is Mx the only oldtimer around? I'm very glad to see he's still here, by the way, just wondering if everybody left in the midst of the spammer a few years ago. Happy Flying! Ricky CFII, Multi, Balloon Soon, I hope; ATP, Ultralight, Glider, Gas Balloons
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August 31st 12 08:58 AM
by Dylan Smith[_2_] Go to last post
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Last of the old, bold pilots by gpsman
NTSB: High speed, worn parts led to deadly Reno Air Races crash Washington (CNN) -- A lethal combination of worn aircraft parts and unprecedented speed caused last year's Reno Air Races crash, which killed a veteran pilot and 10 spectators, and injured more than 60 others, federal accident...
August 29th 12 11:43 PM
by Skywise Go to last post
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Density altitude strikes again by Mxsmanic
A brand-new video showing a small airplane crash from inside the aircraft: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDu0jYiz-v8 The video claims that a combination of density altitude and an "air pocket" brought the aircraft down into the trees, but all I see are effects of density altitude and what looks...
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August 20th 12 08:58 PM
by Bug Dout Go to last post
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Why is a picture ID opposed for voting? by columbiaaccidentinvestigation
On Aug 11, 6:12 pm, Orval Fairbairn wrote: http://groups.google.com/group/alt.global-warming/msg/07a0909aefb4e110?hl=en-gb%CE%BFdd4ae8204bf7b Nope, my point is solid and logical, and my reasoning is sound and consistent. Requiring walk in voters to show photo id...
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August 18th 12 05:15 AM
by columbiaaccidentinvestigation Go to last post
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Why is a picture ID opposed for voting? by columbiaaccidentinvestigation
On Aug 7, 12:29 pm, Orval Fairbairn wrote" It's an even bigger cost when the criminals corrupt the voting process and elect their fellow criminals to loot the treasury." http://groups.google.com/group/alt.global-warming/msg/eb73e67964e3ed65?hl=en-gb On Aug 15, 5:57 pm,...
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August 17th 12 10:39 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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OT "Why is a picture ID opposed for voting?" by columbiaaccidentinvestigation
On Aug 7, 9:12*pm, Orval Fairbairn wrote:" Drivers' licenses also contain DOB. Are they being used for ID theft? NO." http://groups.google.com/group/alt.global-warming/msg/a51bdd55f5530704 Wrong, the answer is yes, a drivers license can aid in the theft of ones...
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August 16th 12 09:49 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Have a student question... by Robert Barker
Cessna 172SP. Mfg/Cert after 1998. As you know, there is no MEL for this aircraft. VFR day flight. Nav/position lights. Say the bulb is out on the starboard position light. 91.206 says nav/position lights are not mandatory for VFR day flight. 91.213(d) comes into play since there is no...
August 13th 12 03:51 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Why is a picture ID opposed for voting? by columbiaaccidentinvestigation
On Aug 11, 5:22 pm, Orval Fairbairn wrote: http://groups.google.com/group/alt.global-warming/msg/ffc63f8f5237b2a9?hl=en-gb%CE%BFdd4ae8204bf7b In article , columbiaaccidentinvestigation ...
August 12th 12 10:50 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Mountain Wave Conditions and Hazards Go or No Go? by columbiaaccidentinvestigation
Mountain Wave Conditions and Hazards Go or No Go? http://sq23.cawg.cap.gov/Downloads/MountainWave-052004.pdf
August 10th 12 09:44 PM
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Alaska Airlines still doesn't care about safety by JohnT[_4_]
"Mxsmanic" wrote in message ... You'd think that losing an entire aircraft with 88 people aboard due to greed and inadequate maintenance would have taught Alaska Airlines something, but it hasn't. Look at this latest...
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August 10th 12 05:36 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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NOTE to the PHUCKING LIARS at Belfort Instrument Company: The WrightBrothers didn't use anything labeled Belfort by [email protected]
Belfort Instrument Company (dba Belfort Instruments, DigiWx AWOS Gamma Scientific, UDT Instruments, Advanced Retro, RoadVista, KR Acquisition Corporation and Utilipoint International is once again trumpeting that they provided wind sensors to the Wright Brothers. DO NOT BELIEVE THIS COMPANY BUNK...
August 5th 12 10:54 AM
by R. Mark Clayton Go to last post
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Good News regarding air-sickness! by [email protected]
When I was 19 and on assignment out in Dallas, Texas I decided to take up flying. My instructor was a former fighter pilot fresh out of Vietnam. A rosy-faced loud jovial man, he always chewed on a cigar. He took me up in a tandem-seat Cub and we pulled some aerobatic moves flying around the Texas...
August 1st 12 07:18 PM
by Orval Fairbairn Go to last post
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dew point and cloud bottoms by HankC
other than the heat t was a nice day in mid-Misouri - lots of fluffy clouds with pancake-flat bottoms. Driving with my daughter, we were talking about clouds and weather and how there really was moisture below the clouds but the temperature was just a bit too high to condense it. the...
July 25th 12 07:28 PM
by HankC Go to last post
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Is this place clean & safe now? by Ricky
Left a couple years ago in midst of some idiot filling pages with spam. In fact, many left. Is "it" gone, or at least abated somewhat? Happy flying! Ricky CFII, Multi, Balloon
July 24th 12 09:49 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Beechcraft made in China by Mxsmanic
Hawker Beech has been sold to a Chinese aviation company. My guess is that, in ten years, there won't be anything American about Beech except the name, if even that is retained.
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July 20th 12 06:39 PM
by Ricky Go to last post
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looking by darlingd
looking for information on a weird accident in chandler, Az that happened on Oct, 25, 2005. Dr. removed son's body from plane after crash. wondering if any other reports on this???
July 15th 12 06:19 PM
by Ron Wanttaja[_2_] Go to last post
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taxes or its association with investors by No Name
Tchao. maybe this link might be of use http://sourceforge.net/projects/alsasimple/ when talking about taxes; Furthermore, everybody should applicate this type of guidelines Sovereign yield spreads eased after Spain had a better than expected bill auction and ECB officials (Ordonez, Constancio)...
July 7th 12 07:05 PM
by No Name Go to last post
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XCountry logging by Don P
Sorry to beat this dead horse.... Here is my trip: Leg1 : 49.3 NM .6 Hobbs Leg2 : 59.0 NM .6 Hobbs Leg3 : 36.2 NM .4 Hobbs How much of this can legally be logged as Cross Country Time?
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July 5th 12 05:00 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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NTSB: Cockpit weather displays could mislead private pilots by Mxsmanic
June 23rd 12 05:38 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Bounced landing recovery? by [email protected]
When I look at the NTSB reports it seems pretty often a bounced landing and loss of directional control is cited as a cause of accidents. Many of the pilots involved were highly experienced. My question is why isn't recovery from bounced landings stressed more in private pilot training? ...
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June 13th 12 02:29 PM
by Nukemjoe Go to last post
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