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I know this posting has nothing to do with support but I thought I would share this with you guys: I'm in Puerto Rico right now and in a few hours we are expecting the inminent pass of Tropical Storm Irene. If you have never flown a plane in a real weather storm, trust me is fun. Set your FSX and download real weather and test the limit of your NGX taking off or landing here at TJSJ.


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hhaha this might be a lot of fun if turbulence didn't mess with the plane so bad. I'd love to see if the jet would be able to autoland in the storm haha.


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I flew into Bermuda TXKF once when a Hurricane was blowing off the coast. I had a 100 knot header on final and only needed 1/4 of the runway to stop. Hypnotized.gif Does that count?


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Good luck guys! Keep those lanterns nearby and the generators on standby! ASE's hurricane depiction was pretty cool last year (or the year before?).


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I flew into Bermuda TXKF once when a Hurricane was blowing off the coast. I had a 100 knot header on final and only needed 1/4 of the runway to stop. Hypnotized.gif Does that count?
Yeap, I did it also at Bermuda, forgot the name of the Hurricane, but I landed the PMDG 747 in less than a 1/4 of a runway to use too.

Raul

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Good luck guys! Keep those lanterns nearby and the generators on standby! ASE's hurricane depiction was pretty cool last year (or the year before?).
There is a Cessna - 152 upside down on the side of the runway and the sea reached a good way up, I wish I could fly through this now, but I'm waiting on the i5 ;).I think the news said someone was hit by shrapnel and was being hospitalized. It's a lot of havoc.

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Jamaljé Bassue

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There is a Cessna - 152 upside down on the side of the runway and the sea reached a good way up, I wish I could fly through this now, but I'm waiting on the i5 ;).I think the news said someone was hit by shrapnel and was being hospitalized.It's a lot of havoc.
Hey Jamelije, I notice this ---Intel Socket 1156/ BOXDH55HC-- in your sig... What gives? That's an 1156 motherboard and the 2500k is an 1155 one. Anyway, hunker down!

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Hey Jamelije, I notice this ---Intel Socket 1156/ BOXDH55HC-- in your sig... What gives? That's an 1156 motherboard and the 2500k is an 1155 one. Anyway, hunker down!
It's not my computer >_<I'm guessing what my brother has in this computer, I'll change it when my parts come :D(I Have my parts to upgrade in brackets btw)My brother says it wont be better than his, we'll see about that.

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Jamaljé Bassue

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Yeap, I did it also at Bermuda, forgot the name of the Hurricane, but I landed the PMDG 747 in less than a 1/4 of a runway to use too.
I did it back when I was a Rookie and Crazy as hell. Would never try it again today! Was flying the Level-D 767 when I did it. Think I was on FS9 and Activesky 6 back then. I flew in Hurricane Fabian in September 2003. If you are talking about the PMDG 747-400 it was not out in 2003. So I guessing yours was Hurricane Igor in September 2010?

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I did it back when I was a Rookie and Crazy as hell. Would never try it again today! Was flying the Level-D 767 when I did it. Think I was on FS9 and Activesky 6 back then. I flew in Hurricane Fabian in September 2003. If you are talking about the PMDG 747-400 it was not out in 2003. So I guessing yours was Hurricane Igor in September 2010?
Yes that was the one, it was last year. I thought you were talking about last year.

Raul

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