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Old 02-05-2008, 01:36 AM
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Default "1/2 A" & "1/8 A" airplanes...

I just noticed that this forum is now titled: "1/2 A" & "1/8 A" airplanes .

I seem to recall it as being just the "1/2 A" airplanes forum.

Have I been on autopilot, and it has this been the "1/2 A" & "1/8 A" airplanes forum for quite some time now?

Just trying to see how much of my memory is slipping away I guess. If this is not a new name change here, as you were and carry on!



Old 02-05-2008, 04:06 AM
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It's been titled this way for at least 2 years.
Old 02-05-2008, 12:40 PM
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ORIGINAL: Silvaire
Have I been on autopilot, and it has this been the "1/2 A" & "1/8 A" airplanes forum for quite some time now?
Yup!

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Old 02-05-2008, 01:06 PM
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At least they took out the reference to the electric stuff in the forum description a couple of years back.....
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My 1/4A engines feel abused and disenfranchised by that forum name, but they perk up nicely when I mount them on an airplane and take them out to play.

Old 02-05-2008, 07:51 PM
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Engines and planes up to about a .15 seem quite comfortable being spoken about here. Larger and that, they seem to want to hang out with the big guys. [8D]

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ORIGINAL: Silvaire

I just noticed that this forum is now titled: "1/2 A" & "1/8 A" airplanes .

I seem to recall it as being just the "1/2 A" airplanes forum.

Have I been on autopilot, and it has this been the "1/2 A" & "1/8 A" airplanes forum for quite some time now?

Just trying to see how much of my memory is slipping away I guess. If this is not a new name change here, as you were and carry on!

I don't think "A Airplanes" would survive the hecklers and grammar police for long.

How about "Small Internal Combustion Powered Airplanes"? SICPA? Ugh, sounds like I have a cold.

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