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haha - I know I come across as soulless, but I'm not that mean.  She was nice...just a little too...aggressive.

(Yes, I'm aware of the apparent irony in that last statement.)

Aggressive?.........really?.....for our power biking muscle toned Kyle ;-)....wow, I never thought of you as the hugging type, lol ;-)

Rob Robson

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You could have done some spin practice.

 

Haha - at least she would've had a story to tell about "that one guy who took her on a flying date..."

 

Aggressive?.........really?.....for our power biking muscle toned Kyle ;-)....wow, I never thought of you as the hugging type, lol ;-)

 

Oddly enough, it's actually one of the things I'm known for among my friends.  Weird, right?  Speaking of bikes, I took it down into DC again yesterday:

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Kyle Rodgers

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Haha - at least she would've had a story to tell about "that one guy who took her on a flying date..."

 

 

I well remember my first general flight test. The examiner put the a/c into a spin at 5,000ft and I had to recover to within 10deg of the original heading (note not just recovery from a spin). Nowadays they only train for insipient spins. There's no fun anymore!


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Super VC10 into LOWI with PF3 at a cinema near you

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=298UDyNmgUA

 

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Oddly enough, it's actually one of the things I'm known for among my friends.  Weird, right?

Nèèèè....no way man.....you gotta be nice somewhere ;-)....I was just kidding :-)

Rob Robson

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There have been no further contributions following the results of my investigations so I shall mark this thread as solved on the basis of these results.

 

Paul Hermon

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