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Old May 04, 2006, 02:11 AM
Danny C Williams
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RE: Soaring Nats Entries, and speeding things up a bit



Well it's that time of year once again.

NATS is in the air and the Flowers are blooming and the blooming idiots
and starting to flower..or something like that...

The threads that start about all the same stuff each year have started
once agian also.

What class to move where which ones to eliminate and the ones to promote.
We have that one down now....

Let me hurry these thread's along...lol....

What about landing tasks and how unfair they are, or of no value at all
or a must have and what separates the boys from the men and so on.

Then the dreaded skeg rule ban them or allow them...

Dork Landing's and how to deal with that..or not...

Builder of the model....

Wood VS Glass...

Antennas length is legal or not....

Cost of the new models..and how this will not attract new blood to the
hobby...

Did I miss anything?????

Vendor bashing anyone....


Dr. Danny Williams D.C.
"Bad roads bring good people and good roads bring bad people"

after this message I am going to go hide for awhile... :^P
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> From: "James V. Bacus" <jimbacus@jimbacus.net>
> Well there is always Jokers... ;-)
>
>
> At 02:34 PM 5/3/2006, Harry DeBoer wrote:
>
> > It seams to me every year about this time someone gets a

> bug up their butt about the way the Nat's are run and what class's

should or
> shouldn't be
> >allowed? Remove the entry level class's and you can be sure of the

> future of our HOBBY!

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Old May 04, 2006, 02:11 AM
Michael Neverdosky
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Re: Soaring Nats Entries, and speeding things up a bit

On 5/3/06, Danny C Williams <drdandc@juno.com> wrote:
>
>
> Well it's that time of year once again.


> Did I miss anything?????
>


Thermal sniffers?

:-)

michael
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Old May 04, 2006, 02:11 AM
Paul Jacobson
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Re: Soaring Nats Entries, and speeding things up a bit

Danny,

I'm pretty sure it's actually every six months... the same stuff gets
worked over prior to the NAT's and when the NAT's event schedule is
announced. I've been subscribed to the exchange about 18 months and
this is the 3rd time these "old chestnuts" have been dragged out for
discussion...

Paul

On 04/05/2006, at 3:03 PM, Danny C Williams wrote:

> The threads that start about all the same stuff each year have started
> once agian also.


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Old May 04, 2006, 06:11 AM
Denny Zech
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Re: Soaring Nats Entries, and speeding things up a bit

I have a skeeter....

Danny C Williams wrote:

>Well it's that time of year once again.
>
>NATS is in the air and the Flowers are blooming and the blooming idiots
>and starting to flower..or something like that...
>
>The threads that start about all the same stuff each year have started
>once agian also.
>
>What class to move where which ones to eliminate and the ones to promote.
>We have that one down now....
>
>Let me hurry these thread's along...lol....
>
>What about landing tasks and how unfair they are, or of no value at all
>or a must have and what separates the boys from the men and so on.
>
>Then the dreaded skeg rule ban them or allow them...
>
>Dork Landing's and how to deal with that..or not...
>
>Builder of the model....
>
>Wood VS Glass...
>
>Antennas length is legal or not....
>
>Cost of the new models..and how this will not attract new blood to the
>hobby...
>
>Did I miss anything?????
>
>Vendor bashing anyone....
>
>
>Dr. Danny Williams D.C.
>"Bad roads bring good people and good roads bring bad people"
>
>after this message I am going to go hide for awhile... :^P
>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~
>
>
>>From: "James V. Bacus" <jimbacus@jimbacus.net>
>>Well there is always Jokers... ;-)
>>
>>
>>At 02:34 PM 5/3/2006, Harry DeBoer wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>> It seams to me every year about this time someone gets a
>>>
>>>

>>bug up their butt about the way the Nat's are run and what class's
>>
>>

>should or
>
>
>>shouldn't be
>>
>>
>>>allowed? Remove the entry level class's and you can be sure of the
>>>
>>>

>>future of our HOBBY!
>>
>>

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>
>
>
>


Old May 04, 2006, 08:11 AM
RCsoarnut@aol.com
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Re: Soaring Nats Entries, and speeding things up a bit



Denny Maize
Shoot man,

That's nuthin! I have a custom built canard skeeter, optimized for
downwind turns and optimal thermal rotation relating to the rotation of toilet
water and adjustable for flying above or below the equator. In addition it is
equipped with skegs, skags, thermal sniffer, battery monitor, redundant battery
pack and lost plane monitor. It has a custom designed airfoil which is
likely perfect because I must be an expert on aerodynamics now as I have read at
least two paragraphs of the instructions for X Foil. As soon as I work out
the issue of the canopy air brake blanking out the tail on landing it will be
perfect. Well that and the wing loading issue.


_www.polecataero.com_ (http://www.polecataero.com/)
717-789-0146

Old May 04, 2006, 08:11 AM
Harry DeBoer
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RE: Soaring Nats Entries, and speeding things up a bit

ROFLMAO!

I use to think you were crazy ,but now I can see your nutts!



h-
-----Original Message-----
From: RCsoarnut@aol.com [mailto:RCsoarnut@aol.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2006 7:47 AM
To: denny.ze@gte.net; drdandc@juno.com
Cc: Soaring@airage.com
Subject: Re: [RCSE] Soaring Nats Entries, and speeding things up a bit




Denny Maize
Shoot man,

That's nuthin! I have a custom built canard skeeter, optimized for
downwind turns and optimal thermal rotation relating to the rotation of
toilet water and adjustable for flying above or below the equator. In
addition it is equipped with skegs, skags, thermal sniffer, battery monitor,
redundant battery pack and lost plane monitor. It has a custom designed
airfoil which is likely perfect because I must be an expert on aerodynamics
now as I have read at least two paragraphs of the instructions for X Foil.
As soon as I work out the issue of the canopy air brake blanking out the
tail on landing it will be perfect. Well that and the wing loading issue.


www.polecataero.com
717-789-0146

Old May 04, 2006, 10:11 AM
Mark Miller
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RE: Soaring Nats Entries, and speeding things up a bit

Oh, Harry. Thanks a bunch. I now have an image burned
in my brain that I surely didn't want. Especially so
early in the morning.

Mark Miller

--- Harry DeBoer <hed@i3dg.net> wrote:

> ROFLMAO!
>
> I use to think you were crazy ,but now I can see
> your nutts!


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Old May 04, 2006, 12:11 PM
James V. Bacus
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RE: Soaring Nats Entries, and speeding things up a bit

Oh man, I didn't read it that way... but now I too have an image in my head
that is not too pleasant... funny yes... 8-)



At 08:03 AM 5/4/2006, Mark Miller wrote:
>Oh, Harry. Thanks a bunch. I now have an image burned
>in my brain that I surely didn't want. Especially so
>early in the morning.
>
>Mark Miller
>
>--- Harry DeBoer <hed@i3dg.net> wrote:
>
> > ROFLMAO!
> >
> > I use to think you were crazy ,but now I can see
> > your nutts!


Jim
Downers Grove, IL
Member of the Chicago SOAR club, and Team JR
AMA 592537 LSF 7560 Level IV R/C Soaring blog at www.jimbacus.net

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Old May 04, 2006, 12:11 PM
Harry DeBoer
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RE: Soaring Nats Entries, and speeding things up a bit

why don't the old guy's where shorts at the Nat's, ARGH!

h-

-----Original Message-----
From: James V. Bacus [mailto:jimbacus@jimbacus.net]
Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2006 10:56 AM
To: soaring@airage.com
Subject: RE: [RCSE] Soaring Nats Entries, and speeding things up a bit


Oh man, I didn't read it that way... but now I too have an image in my head
that is not too pleasant... funny yes... 8-)



At 08:03 AM 5/4/2006, Mark Miller wrote:
>Oh, Harry. Thanks a bunch. I now have an image burned
>in my brain that I surely didn't want. Especially so
>early in the morning.
>
>Mark Miller
>
>--- Harry DeBoer <hed@i3dg.net> wrote:
>
> > ROFLMAO!
> >
> > I use to think you were crazy ,but now I can see
> > your nutts!


Jim
Downers Grove, IL
Member of the Chicago SOAR club, and Team JR
AMA 592537 LSF 7560 Level IV R/C Soaring blog at www.jimbacus.net

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Old May 04, 2006, 02:11 PM
Tom Kallevang
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RE: Soaring Nats Entries, and speeding things up a bit

It's like playing the telephone game in an Alzheimers Ward ;-)

--- Danny C Williams <drdandc@juno.com> wrote:
>
> Well it's that time of year once again.
>
> NATS is in the air and the Flowers are blooming and the blooming
> idiots and starting to flower..or something like that...

<snip>


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Old May 04, 2006, 10:11 PM
Danny C Williams
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RE: Soaring Nats Entries, and speeding things up a bit

Well at least they can not see your nut's.......or care

lol


Dr. Danny Williams D.C.
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely
in a pretty and
well preserved body; but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up,
totally worn out,
and loudly proclaiming, "Wow! What a Ride! "
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Tom Kallevang <tkallev@yahoo.com>
> It's like playing the telephone game in an Alzheimers Ward ;-)
>
> --- Danny C Williams <drdandc@juno.com> wrote:
> >
> > Well it's that time of year once again.
> >
> > NATS is in the air and the Flowers are blooming and the blooming
> > idiots and starting to flower..or something like that...

> <snip>
>
>

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