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Old 10-03-2012, 04:16 PM
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From what I hear Sean the old dog seems to be the one on the receiving end of the "entertainment" scale ! He may be too wore out after his recent trip to Spain. "All that walking !!" Rumour has it but dont say I told you but ........ Ah Andy told me too say nothing.. We will clear this up on the Monday eve session

We will have to put all our faith in the love boat singer to keep us entertained !! Richie don't forget that guitar
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Just heard from Andy that he got himself a lovely new lead for the jet Ledgend hawk at the ballinasloe horse fair which is still underway and told me he will be scheduling a slot on both days for human powered jet taxis . Yes quiet amazing to see.He also noted those who are unfortunate enough to have a lead as sexy as his may walk or push the aircraft around the field in a similar style to that of dog shows so all present can admire Andy is the one to beat here

No pressure Andy but the hawk must fly this time !!!!
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ah sure ye cant fly a hawk with a sore throat !!

I think Andy brings it along ,maybe for us to put money in?am sure I saw a slot just behind the canopy.!

Rob dosnt know it yet but my supped up stryker will blow him out of the water !!
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Just heard from Andy that he got himself a lovely new lead for the jet Ledgend hawk at the ballinasloe horse fair which is still underway and told me he will be scheduling a slot on both days for human powered jet taxis . Yes quiet amazing to see.He also noted those who are unfortunate enough to have a lead as sexy as his may walk or push the aircraft around the field in a similar style to that of dog shows so all present can admire Andy is the one to beat here

No pressure Andy but the hawk must fly this time !!!!
I bought a lead for your better have for next year when we are all off to jet power so she will be able to hold you back and bring you off to spain again

dont you worry fly it will!!
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ah sure ye cant fly a hawk with a sore throat !!

I think Andy brings it along ,maybe for us to put money in?am sure I saw a slot just behind the canopy.!

Rob dosnt know it yet but my supped up stryker will blow him out of the water !!
just make sure that AW Hawk is on the van [>:]

I will be on the tractor this morning pulling the gang mower so all of you guys can have fun over the week- end
have all the rooms sorted at the Inn and told Rita to order an extra 2 barrels of Guinness you lot have all the rooms taken if any one else is coming let me no the is another Guest house up the road

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I'm staying also Andy!
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Makes sense Rob. I think you may be right there with the coin slot. I think if he left the turning hatch off he could make a right few quid alright. Is there even a turbine in there ? I do recall allot spider webs and some other funny looking creatures that have taken refuge in there alright.
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Think there might be cobwebs on his Tx as well Mike ...
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A small box arrived for me a few minutes ago....
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I don't think you need that many strykers ! I thought thesis was a friendly race ??
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Never heard of a thing called a "friendly race"
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True Rob ! That antique TX should have left the market along side the black and white tvs . Recycling cost were too large tho I believe due to its large mass and displacement. I think I remember first seein one like it in that 1931 Frankenstein film. I believe charging it is something like the film too. That is why andy has the large lightning conductor on the roof of the shed to attract the large amounts of electric current required to power the animal. Probably why he lives so close to the power station truth be told...
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True Rob ! That antique TX should have left the market along side the black and white tvs . Recycling cost were too large tho I believe due to its large mass and displacement. I think I remember first seein one like it in that 1931 Frankenstein film. I believe charging it is something like the film too. That is why andy has the large lightning conductor on the roof of the shed to attract the large amounts of electric current required to power the animal. Probably why he lives so close to the power station truth be told...
HaHa
at least it works not like some of that F..... YOU use and it is made in Europe and if it was not for my make that done all the softwear for it your F..... WOULD STILL BE IN THE STONE AGE and for the powering of it I dont have to bring 3 lipo s
out with me for a days flying like you
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I love my F..... radio I only charge it once every 3 months
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That's because human powered jet taxis doesn't require a powered on tx. We will see how long the batt lasts this weekend
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At lease I can get sky sports on mine and its colour too . Has no internal valves either ....
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At lease I can get sky sports on mine and its colour too . Has no internal valves either ....
Guy's use this for the banter not JMAI site http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_11..._2/key_/tm.htm

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think Andy your Tx is old saw one like it on a program on tv ...."cash in the attic "..or something like that.....Rob -you are under some pressure now BOY that turn key jet should be programed in a couple of hours ...that is if you used JR ...now The F....... radio probably two days and Andy with his M..........prob a week !!!
get that box opened and let us see some photos....
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Bobg ...shuiuush !!!.... The fun police was on ....... We're not supposed to be talking here !!! Well not anout Andy anyway Rob N - give Aideen the job of getting that bird flight ready and she will have it ready for sat am. She doesn't mess around
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HOW do you know that ????

DO the fun Police have big feet as well ???
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Rob N must have falling into the box ! Rob are you alive ?? Post some pics !!! If you stuck in the box that's ok . Pics from inside will do as we'll
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Yes come on Rob ......,photos photos photos
thinking about it ,,,,,,Ali. Could be in there !!
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Just became aware of your association.
Put in my application, which will probably be honorary only, but I do get to Ireland most years to see family.
Good luck to you all with your future endeavours.
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Hi Bill
when you come to Ireland give us a call ,
a few of us could meet up,
would be an excuse for a night out

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Thanks Bill just got your form, we have quite a few now from outside Ireland but you are the first from the USA.
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