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Old 07-31-2011, 05:18 AM
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What do you guys think the AMA thinks of this kind advertising?

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[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qbMKUxPoG4&feature=player_profilepage[/youtube]
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Old 07-31-2011, 05:43 AM
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What do you guys think the AMA thinks of this kind advertising?

This chosen flying site flew me away

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qbMKUxPoG4&feature=player_profilepage[/youtube]
AMA probably won't get many complaints since there weren't any foxy ladies in bikinis... but on the other hand, it looked like fun...hmmm...well. there will be some complaints about that... the funny thing is, one way or the other it would be the same guy doing the complaining.
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Old 07-31-2011, 05:47 AM
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I think no animals were harmed in the making of this ad. Dunno what AMA thinks.
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Old 07-31-2011, 05:52 AM
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I think no animals were harmed in the making of this ad. Dunno what AMA thinks.
It may cause cancer tho...fortunately that is only in California...LOL
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Old 07-31-2011, 06:45 AM
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Look at the scalethe wheels can get caught in the cracks of the sidewalk...
Also notice the huge crowds of people.
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Well, what AMA thinks is anyones guess,
they are the guys that shoved PPP on us.

But its good to see PPP workin like a champ in that downtown city park, right?
Did you see how it was safely flown away from any other folks
(uh, ok, well maybe closing the park to film the commercial might have played a part)
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i want that plane.
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What do you guys think the AMA thinks of this kind advertising?
I think they would be more annoyed with your avatar image.
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Using the light poles as pylons cracked me up
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If you like companies showing their planes in small parks,
you'll love this clip - [link=http://www.zagi.com/media/ZagiFixxWebClip1.wmv]http://www.zagi.com/media/ZagiFixxWebClip1.wmv[/link]
check out the 25sec mark

I've been pointing this one out for years, direct from Zagi.
AMA hasnt said anything about flying a zagi inverted 20' over folks in a park
so I doubt AMA will say anything about flying in a emptied park
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Old 07-31-2011, 09:06 AM
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Hear the dog?

He's getting a kick out of it!
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...So a park flyer is being flown...in a park.


I don't see the big deal. I could see safety issues if it was a big glow powered model, but come on. It's a tiny little parkie. You could thunk it into someone's head and you'd still be hard pressed to do any serious damage.


I say stop spazzing out about safety at every single thing you see and live a little. Tiny little parkies like this one are just not strong enough to do any permanent damage. They're called park flyers for a reason, you know.
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Who cares what AMA thinks. They are not the RC police. Just like Geico isn't the car police.

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This should get the monthly award for lamest thread. It's a friggen foamie....
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This thread is just another opportunity to grouse about the AMA.
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ORIGINAL: Red Scholefield

This thread is just another opportunity to grouse about the AMA.
And absolutely nothing wrong with that.

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Did someone throw a rock??? I thought I heard glass break...that dang Ernest T.
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My thought was that motor needed to be brushless.....it wasn't near fast enough [X(]

That's why I purchased the SBach Ultra Micro!

2500KV Brushless baby.....

http://www.e-fliterc.com/ProdInfo/Files/EFLU4180-HI.wmv
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Nice flying and like its been said there is nothing wrong with flying a park flyer in a park. Why was this thread even started???[&o]
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...So a park flyer is being flown...in a park.


I don't see the big deal. I could see safety issues if it was a big glow powered model, but come on. It's a tiny little parkie. You could thunk it into someone's head and you'd still be hard pressed to do any serious damage.


I say stop spazzing out about safety at every single thing you see and live a little. Tiny little parkies like this one are just not strong enough to do any permanent damage. They're called park flyers for a reason, you know.
i agree completely.
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My thought was that motor needed to be brushless.....it wasn't near fast enough [X(]


I agree... would have made more sense...IMO too
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ORIGINAL: Red Scholefield

This thread is just another opportunity to grouse about the AMA.
NEWS FLASH. The world does Not revolve around the AMA. Get a life!
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Did someone throw a rock??? I thought I heard glass break...that dang Ernest T.
Mr. Bass I presume?

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Did someone throw a rock??? I thought I heard glass break...that dang Ernest T.
Mr. Bass I presume?

Kurt
Got that right! Not sure why a little fun has to be taken down by "don't besmirch my AMA"... sure gets old...
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They just forgot to attach the typical "do NOT try this at home" subtitle.  Just like the new "muscle car" (if I can use that adjective which really had meaning in the 60's) commercials which state, "professional driver on a closed course", this pilot can fly and having the environment with light posts and tree to navigate really enhances the planes agility.  AMA didn't write the commercial!  It's a park flyer flown by a talented pilot.  Let it be! 
I'd buy one just based on the ad.
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