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Craig Abrahamson said on June 24, 2018
Somehow, I don’t think think Captain Sullenberger would find the Canadian Goose caricature particularly amusing. 🙁
But I do! 🙂
Paul Nash said on June 24, 2018
What a great selection! The Bf 109 looks like one that was exhibited at the Shoreham airshow a few years back but I’m unsure whether it had yellow 3 on the fuselage.
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Rob Pollock said on June 24, 2018
Sorry, Paul, don’t know, as I’ve had the photo for some time, but interesting link nonetheless.
Jeff Bailey said on June 24, 2018
Robert Royes said on June 24, 2018
How much for the Mig 21 in the car lot?
$1, and $50k to remove it under licence…
david leigh-smith said on June 24, 2018
‘You wash your hands BEFORE you go to the bathroom’.
Classic. Thanks, Rob.
James B Robinson said on June 24, 2018
@dirtylittlefokker Yes, when your hands have been covered in hydraulic fluid, then rinsed with av gas only to get covered in motor oil and more gas……..yes………you learn! 🙂
Louis Gardner said on June 24, 2018
The same goes for auto mechanics…………….. 🙂 You learn rather quickly…………
david leigh-smith said on June 25, 2018
Working as a diving instructor you learn quickly to advise people to wash their hands after touching any forms of anemone – if not, the effect was something like taking a leak after covering your fingers in hot chilli sauce…
Anthony Conway said on June 24, 2018
That fortune teller got me exactly right!!! Did i say me no i meant him honest.
Photo number 9 brought back some great memories. There was a local hobby store back in the day that had a track setup like the one in the photo, only it could have been larger and it had four lanes !!!! I would collect glass soda bottles (for the 5 cent return deposit) all week………. and promptly spend it all in a few hours………… at the hobby store of course………. 🙂
The 109 recovery is neat too……………. as are the Great War posters……… and the rest of the pictures………… love it !!!!!!!!!!
Rob Pollock said on June 25, 2018
Thanks, Louis. I’m trying to remember to post something extra on the last Sunday in the month, maybe a dozen or so rather than the usual three.
Robert Royes said on June 25, 2018
There was a store in Manhattan, I forget the name, it had four floors ,one for trains another for slot cars, one for scale models and another I think for R/C.
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