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  1. PTO CFS3 SOLOMON-No Go on pearl Hearbor

    Quote Originally Posted by popsaka View Post
    Hi, O.T.... nice lookin' skin on that Betty... is she still Japanese?
    Attachment 33719

    Here is the Corrected G4m betty by Major Magee.
    With his permission I have built a standalone that does NOT conflict with any Aircraft.
    Thank you to all involved with this aircraft to the AV History group and
    to Major Magree for this great skin..<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comfficeffice" /><o></o>

    Quote Originally Posted by rmalone View Post
    No borrowered comp. no more public comp. finally got new one with all the bell and whistles. We are now no longer going through comp. withdrawles. Here is what we xps studio 7100 .

  3. After the gold rush

    I suppose i should update this blog.. Really there isnt a lot i can say in here that isnt said in the P-61 thread.. They tell me that spring is gonna be late this year. Up here in oregon where spring doesnt come until june. that isnt a good thing, especially when you aint so young any more and you got a body that likes to complain about every little change in weather.. Well, whatever.. Nothing i can do about the weather.

    I'm hoping to retire this year. I mean really retire. Watch ...
  4. Why Drunks go unscathed

    They are drunk. They tend to be loose and fail to naturally braace on impact. It is the tensing of muscles in anticipation of an accident that pulls muscles and breaks bones. Makes complete sense once you know!
  5. Walking the Path

    Throughout my life I have had several instances that have made me a believer in the concept of ghosts. This is the most interesting instance of them all.

    Although it has been many years now since this event happened in my life, the memory of it is embedded in my brain. The names and places have not been changed to protect anyone. These events are how I remember them.

    I was 21 years old when I went to work for my uncle’s family owned lawn and garden business.
    Non Fiction , Ghost Stories