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Spinner strobing as a "Bird Strike Countermeasure"



 
 
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Old December 13th 07, 02:35 AM posted to rec.aviation.piloting, rec.aviation.homebuilt
Harry K
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Default Spinner strobing as a "Bird Strike Countermeasure"

On Dec 11, 8:33 pm, "Roger (K8RI)" wrote:
On Tue, 11 Dec 2007 16:34:36 GMT, Darrel Toepfer
wrote:

"Matt W. Barrow" wrote:
"Darrel Toepfer" wrote...
"Matt W. Barrow" wrote:


"What's", Darrel...


Puncuation, Matt...


So you can't spell, nor punctuate?


Neaux Matt, you can't... 3 periods is a trademark of sorts for my posts.
What's your excuse?


Three periods are an accepted method of indicating a pause.

Roger (K8RI)


Also a standard editing symbol meaning "some text deleted".

Harry K
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