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Teaching new pilots, that's how it's done!

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Note. 'Nature' is a very relative statement on this one. :rolleyes: But it looks kinda cute, doesn't it?

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Teaching new pilots, that's how it's done!

 

LOL! That's great!

 

But if you think about if (not you personally CoolP as seems you have)... if we in aviation teaching treated "our young" with the same care and respect... there's some lessons to be learned here.

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Great picture, but even better; fantastic meaning!

 

Rob, if you don't mind me using your sentence with a minor rephrasing to read like this:

"if we in society treated "our young" with the same care and respect... there's some lessons to be learned here."

 

(Worth framing it. If I could get permission from the author)

 

Cheers


Ramón.
Time, is the one thing no one can buy.
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Good catch, Raindance.

 

I liked the idea, same as you, the big one teaches the small one (or old teaches young, as you folks said). You are right, that care and also patience not always takes place, but we need some ideals, right? :smile:

 

The small one looks kinda grumpy. I wonder which lesson is going on there. ^_^

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Those are not real birds! :O

Ah right, relative statement -- OK.

You are quite right!

 

But the meaning remains. Our garden is filled with birds quite often; and I am a witness of how much they care for each other when my dog is in hunting mode.

 

Cheers.


Ramón.
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'One day, son, this will all be yours.

 

"Wot, the curtains?"

 

Hook


Larry Hookins

 

Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth
And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings;

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Beautiful picture!!!! Thx for sharing.... Makes me remember of my younger daughter when I used to take her to the airport to show her how great airplanes are... It didn't work :-/


Don't know, but to me MFS looks a lot like the "Barbie" of desktop flight simulation...

Doesn't matter - I like to play with Barbies...

 

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I see what you did there, Larry. ^_^

 

Jcomm, watch out, if they don't like airplanes, they later like them pilots. Must be the uniform. B)

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Jcomm, watch out, if they don't like airplanes, they later like them pilots. Must be the uniform.

The older one actually married one :-), but she still hates airplanes too...

Don't know, but to me MFS looks a lot like the "Barbie" of desktop flight simulation...

Doesn't matter - I like to play with Barbies...

 

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I could imagine that she may look differently at those machines. I recall the wife of an astronaut once mentioning something like 'the machine that my husband loves but also the one being able to take him away from me'.

 

Wow, poetic thread change. ^_^

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Rob, if you don't mind me using your sentence with a minor rephrasing to read like this:

 

Hi Ramón,

 

Of course not my friend... "I would be honored." Glad you like it. :Big Grin:

 

Rob

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Thank You Rob, the honor is mine. :hi:

 

Cheers


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