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  1. Eh. Needs more cowbell. -Scott Brandenburg.
  2. Pretty sure they mean you just get the engines. No airframe, no wing. Just the engines. In a crate. Would probably work better that way.. -Scott Brandenburg.
  3. OK Steve, I get the impression you're not a CS fan? But how about that L1011 they released for P3D? Huh? Beauty, that one. I've flown paper airplanes with better systems modeling and aerodynamics... ๐Ÿ˜‰ Their version of the beloved TriTanic was the reason I sit back and enjoy the show whenever they release new generation "stuff". After turning wrenches on the real thing for years, I was baffled that such an advanced and experienced sim publisher couldn't properly code engine starts. And I know of no L1011 anywhere that has a touchdown speed at full flap setting of 78 knots. No stall warning, just a float. Definitely "as surreal as it gets". OK, my popcorn is finished. On with the show.. -Scott Brandenburg.
  4. Nope, it's only you. You're a freak of nature. Of course when I read the subject line I thought "OOOH - somebody released a C130J "Fat Albert" - gotta have!" (Yes, they're finally getting a "J") -Scott Brandenburg.
  5. "You're a funny guy, Sully, I like you. That's why I'm going to kill you last.." Sully, remember when I said I'd kill you last? That's right, Matrix, you did! I lied. "Commando". The movie that proved old yellow Porsches could repair themselves mid barrel-roll. ๐Ÿ™‚ Let off some steam, Bennett.. -Scott Brandenburg.
  6. The Right Honorable Steve Drabek strikes again. For being retired, he sure is a busy one. Took his latest, a wonderful LTU A330-300, up for a quick hop at sunset. No prizes for guessing the airport. Nicely done, Steve, very nicely done. -Scott Brandenburg.
  7. Nicely done, as always. Retiring from painting must be like trying to leave the mob.. "Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.." - Steve "Corleone" Drabek.. -Scott Brandenburg.
  8. Herr Drabek's marvelous take on the Lufthansa 747-8i D-ABYA, "Brandenburg". I'm partial to this one.. This image shows her departing Nairobi, Kenya. On 11/20/1974, D-ABYB, "Hessen", a 747-130, crashed here on departure to Johannesburg. For that reason, there will not be another D-ABYB. Cruising over Lake Victoria. Entebbe, Uganda is seen below. Great work, as usual, Steve! -Scott Brandenburg.
  9. Beauty. Sehr Schรถn.. Vielen Dank, Herr Drabek! -Scott Brandenburg.
  10. Yep - when you see "Grumpy Joe" you know it's time to go flying! (He has that "disappointed dad look") Thanks Steve!! -Scott D-ABYA.
  11. There is no such thing as a good photo of my mug. Just throw Manfred von Richtofen in there and we'll be good.. ๐Ÿ˜‰ -Scott D-ABYA.
  12. Unglaublich! Great work, Steve. I like the subtle touches, the 'grime' around the cargo door ctrl panel - we can't all wear white gloves like they do in Japan.. ๐Ÿ™‚ Look forward to flying "Me". -Scott D-ABYA.
  13. I don't really know why, but I feel compelled to like this one.. ๐Ÿ™‚ Great work as always! (bows to the master) -Scott (ExploreTheNew) Brandenburg.
  14. So, Alex, you're basically a hardcore felon. You, John, and "Death Row Drabek". Go get 'em, killers.. ๐Ÿ˜‰ -Scott Brandenburg.
  15. No worries, Steve - you're forgiven. ๐Ÿ™‚ I never thought it would happen this way, but I've flown on two A350s already, but no 787s. I was in Japan two weeks ago, flying ATL-ICN-NRT-DTW-ATL (A350, 748, A350, 757). The A350 is a really nice ride, especially when the upgrade voucher worked and i was in a DeltaOne suite NRT-DTW. ๐Ÿ˜‰
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