Originally Posted by R Zielinski
Clarence, I've got to say, you are one intelligent and inspirational dude! My kids have shown little to no interest in learning to fly. (Crazy, I know. Actually, my daughter has gotten a bit interested after playing with her Christmas gift--the Airswimmers Shark--very nice product).
After reading this, I now intend to try your method with them on the sim. (Knowing full well, that parents are undoubtedly the worst possible teachers for their own kids). I sure wish I lived close enough to introduce them to you.
I suspect that as smart as you are, you don't quite realize just how smart, talented and unique you really are. I have no doubt about your ability to teach anyone, but teaching is truly a special talent requiring unusual skills. I wonder if there are many people who can replicate what you do. I'm sure you'll find some though!
Please continue your efforts. This hobby, and this country sure need more people like you. Don't let the doubters and haters get you down.
Thanks for the kudos. I have to say, that I'm not all that smart, just determined. lol
I'm finally getting the attention that I've been seeking for literally decades. Yes, I firmly believe that it will be easy for others to learnhow to do this. Problem has been that no one locally has shown any interest in learning a much more productive way to promote this hobby/sport.\
Here's the instructions. Just practice and be patient. http://www.geistware.com/rcmodeling/..._technique.htm
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