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Tom Allensworth

John Nicol Departs Lockheed!

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Interesting news. I wish him well with his future endeavors in the flight simulation world!

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Questions will natually arise as to the future of Prepar3D within the flight simulation community. Does the loss of the evangelism and support for a more commercial product that John brought to the project mean a different Lockheed approach? Is there patience in the upper management of Lockheed to continue with a mainstream product? We'll be looking into those questions and more.

 

Well Tom as someone who has umpteen years in that very industry I bet your gut is tell you the answer to that question... and I be you have an uneasy feeling that the rest of this community may not like the answer.

 

Hopefully this new guy, Martile Allen will share in Johns desire to put P3D out to the general public.

 

I just wonder how many more setbacks this community can endure...

 

Long live FSX!

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I have faith that everything will be a-ok.

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Is a she...

 

The word guy or guys can be used with any gender... "What's up, guys?" or "You're a nice guy." (Believe me, it's true! :LMAO:)

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The word guy or guys can be used with any gender... "What's up, guys?" or "You're a nice guy." (Believe me, it's true! :LMAO:)

 

Call me old fashioned... A guy is still a "guy" to me.

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Yeah - Women, as in plural, a "pack," if you will... can be "Guys," such as, "Hi guys."

 

However...

 

When referring to a singular woman, I can assure you that calling her a "guy," will not lead to anything good. I do consider myself an expert in this matter, having been with the same gal for 15 years...

 

My success are evident with this year's birthday present from her. A $500 dollar "joystick!"

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Call me old fashioned... A guy is still a "guy" to me.

 

That remains true in many parts of the world regardless of fashion.

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Call me old fashioned... A guy is still a "guy" to me.

 

But in the military, everyone is "Mr" :lol:

 

(Yes, I know its not the military, just noting that the words are flexible)

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If I were to say "Kandi (she,s a gal!!),you,re a good looking guy" I wouldn,t wake up for a week!!... :LMAO:

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