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Originally Posted by fde_bressy
Could you also ask Paul Clawson to make a FS 2004 version of all the new palnes he made for FSX, such as the Berliner Joyce OJ-2, Northrop BT-1, Northrop A-17, Douglas O-43, Douglas O-46, Amiot 143 or Ryan YO-51 Dragonfly (very nice small bird...)?
I believe that all or most of these are available in FS 2004 ( or 2002) versions. I'll research it further.
Originally Posted by Nesu
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Originally Posted by gman5250
Good work sir. Once you start your metabolism in a direction it is much easier to keep it going that way. The jeans are always a good barometer. Keep shooting for that next size down.
For what it's worth. Shut off your carbs after mid day and stay with your proteins and green vegies. Save the carbs for early day fuel. Don't take the carbs to bed with you where you don't need them. It should help with the reflux too.
Stay motivated. :salute:
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Originally Posted by sdsbolt
between the Blenheim and Beaufighter
WOW!! Too Cool!!
Something is missing ! Anyone tried their modelling skills with this Beast from the Cold-War ??.......................
If anyone has, please put her up and share it, and put me out of my misery ! This is the one aircraft from the Cold War era
that seems to have slipped under the F.S. World's radar.
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