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Comment by Rich Feiller on March 6, 2012 at 1:10pm

certainly look in great shape they are active aren't they. very clear video

Comment by Andrew from California on March 30, 2012 at 8:58pm

Bok, looks great! You picked those out by hand?!? That's what I call dedication!

Comment by lawrence Taylor on March 31, 2012 at 3:26am

The  only way in the absence  of  other  methods.

Fortunately  Frank is  going to lend  me a  couple  of  Grandkids  next  time, until mine get their act  into  gear.

Bok

Comment by Rich Feiller on March 31, 2012 at 7:41am
They can't wait to fly over there to help you out Bok. When did you say you were buying the tickets? :-)
Oh and snag a ticket for me also!
Comment by lawrence Taylor on March 31, 2012 at 9:02am

I  shouldn't be saying  this but...........

As an ex  pilot I have  no  leverage anymore. Have mates who  do  the  engines  for  aerlingus, but that would  be classified as terrorism.

Varig owe me a  couple  of favours and  I have a  medal from the  deputy State  President of  Brasil (which I nailed to  a  factory wall).  I had the  pleasure  of  landing  one of their  DC 10's into  DF Malan  in the  late  80's. Neither  the  passengers  or the  authorities  knew at the time.  But,  they  do not  fly  into  Ireland.

Suid Afrikaans  Lugdiens don't  have  direct  flights  and  I cant  think of  a  mission to  get  from your  part  of the world  to  mine, that  could  be  paid for  by the  taxpayers.

I am waiting  on RyanAir to  go  transatlantic. (Ihave 15 free flights with them)

I do not have  the  $$$ in the  short term to  get you here, but, should  you  or  any member of the  site  wish to  visit,  I  can offer free accom in a  vermicomposters haven. 2  of the  4  bedrooms are  free.  I  have  one, the  snakes, lizards, african worms, Zophobos  morio  and  other things are  in the  4th.

Coarse and  sea fishing  gear  provided

Bring your  own wetsuit if  you  want  to  dive, the rest  I supply.

Also it is  a hundred  years  now since the  Titanic sank. Michael  Martin does a  great  tour  in  Cobh. So  maybe  any  of  you  wanting  to  spend  some  bucks this  summer  should  pop over........ end  of adverts  for  failte  ireland

Comment by Rich Feiller on March 31, 2012 at 9:32am

in 1968 i worked on the mock-up of the DC-10 when i worked for McDonnell Douglas building planes in another life.

don't do cruises, had one to Vietnam in '67 that's enough.

Comment by lawrence Taylor on March 31, 2012 at 10:11am

from a  purely  engineering  perspective,  I think  the  DC 10  was the best  plane  ever  built  for  commercial  aviation.  In 1968 I was  just  going to  big school....LOL. 

Well I have a shed  for  grandads in the  back  garden. It  comes  complete with a  kettle and a  1,8  litre  teapot.

Now  I have a  grey  beard, and  the  kids  in the  neighbourhood call me  grandad, my  eldest daughter was  18  yesterday, but  I  doubt she will  be  offering  up  grandkids soon, much  too  clever for  that. No1 son is  the  best  bet, but  his  progeny  will get  very  complicated and much  litigation and  DNA involved I expect.

So,  it  is  up  to  you  and  the  grandkids. Whilst  herself  and  the  grandkids are  not removing the  cocoons  properly from the  vc,  we  could  in fact  be  debating  why  they  changed the  blade  angle  on the  A380 AEPU from that  of the  DC10, which was and  is an industry standard, to the maintenance abortion they have  now.

All in the fading  sunlight in my shed, accompanied by various shades  of  rooibos tea. 20+ manuka  honey as an added  bonus.

Comment by Rich Feiller on March 31, 2012 at 10:37am

i still believe the DC-10 was the strongest, best engineered, most beautiful commercial jet too fly. it had initially a problem with the cargo door which was corrected and it took to much runway to take off. the tail engine was encased in a solid one piece casting and it could glide if dropped on it's tail. and to bring it back into the vermiculture a lot of worms have been transported on them!  :-)

Comment by lawrence Taylor on March 31, 2012 at 10:57am

My  sentiments  entirely. What  is a  cargo  door or an eggshell between friends?!.

So, when are  you flying  over in an inferior aluminium tube?

Bok

Comment by Rich Feiller on March 31, 2012 at 11:36am

i missed the lotto last night! $640 million dollars!

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