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Old Nov 18, 2014, 10:47 PM
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Well it's true, which one of us has EVER said "I have enough planes, no more" and actually meant it (and the words weren't forced out of us by a significant other).

Besides, he's 100% spot on, I've asked for a Citabria (or more specifically, a super decathlon) in UMX size!
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Old Nov 18, 2014, 11:06 PM
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Well it's true, which one of us has EVER said "I have enough planes, no more" and actually meant it (and the words weren't forced out of us by a significant other).

Besides, he's 100% spot on, I've asked for a Citabria (or more specifically, a super decathlon) in UMX size!
You know ? I changed my mind, I"ll take a Super D instead also. It's just sounds better and might make the financial deletion more "super"!

It's gotta have the wheel pants also or it just won't look right.
Should we have running lights on it since we are on the subject?
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Old Nov 18, 2014, 11:28 PM
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All models should have lights I still want a umx Beech G58 and Lancaster. A 7ch Beech 2000A would be cool too
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Old Nov 18, 2014, 11:29 PM
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You know ? I changed my mind, I"ll take a Super D instead also. It's just sounds better and might make the financial deletion more "super"!

It's gotta have the wheel pants also or it just won't look right.
Should we have running lights on it since we are on the subject?
Hell why not. If I can get a 1-rotation lomcevak out of it I'll be thrilled
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Old Nov 19, 2014, 12:55 PM
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Well it's true, which one of us has EVER said "I have enough planes, no more" and actually meant it (and the words weren't forced out of us by a significant other).

Besides, he's 100% spot on, I've asked for a Citabria (or more specifically, a super decathlon) in UMX size!

I have, and the words were prompted by the silent disbelief of my family when I decided to get my sixth plane(my CC!).
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Old Nov 19, 2014, 12:59 PM
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So, you didn't actually mean it.....
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Old Nov 19, 2014, 01:42 PM
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I thought I did.
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Old Nov 19, 2014, 10:32 PM
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Ornithology Trivia

For bird watchers, the shrike is an elusive character. Whilst a perching bird (without the claws of the raptors) it is a voracious carnivore. Audible tracking is difficult as it will often mimic the sounds of the song birds that it hunts.
The shrike is also called "the butcher bird". That is because the shrike will often cache whole (or parts) of it game on the thorns of bushes and amongst twigs in low trees.

The German word for shrike is wurger. Converse in English for wuger is Focke Wulfe 190, or "The Butcher Bird".

So, I'm looking for a 1/32 scale of the you name it thingy 190, even with the reverse East Indian mark on the tail and so forth.

All things considered this was not an uncommon airframe of the time.

Cheers!
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Old Nov 19, 2014, 11:34 PM
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For bird watchers, the shrike is an elusive character. Whilst a perching bird (without the claws of the raptors) it is a voracious carnivore. Audible tracking is difficult as it will often mimic the sounds of the song birds that it hunts.
The shrike is also called "the butcher bird". That is because the shrike will often cache whole (or parts) of it game on the thorns of bushes and amongst twigs in low trees.

The German word for shrike is wurger. Converse in English for wuger is Focke Wulfe 190, or "The Butcher Bird".

So, I'm looking for a 1/32 scale of the you name it thingy 190, even with the reverse East Indian mark on the tail and so forth.

All things considered this was not an uncommon airframe of the time.

Cheers!
Rocket
keep pitching it (in ever increasing humorous methods)... hopefully we'll get one!! My Meg Mustang needs something to chase!
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Old Nov 20, 2014, 10:24 PM
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Meg has needs.

Cheers!
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