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Thread: BMFA Buckminster opens Monday 8th May.
11/05/2017 09:56:33
Posted by Jon Laughton on 11/05/2017 09:24:54:

I like the location and the flying aspect is fabulous.I am providing a small level of sponsorship as I want to see this become a success....I like the bold way in which this can help to take our sport/hobby forward and the facilities on offer are very good.

Well done to Manny and the BMFA team

yes

10/05/2017 18:01:45

Not another thread of negativity and nay-sayers.

I think it's great idea that this is being done and shows that the BMFA has some vision and has had the determination to get Buckminster this far.

It was not so long ago that many on this forum were saying "it will never happen, BMFA are to clueless/useless/toothless etc"

Thread: JR closing down?
02/01/2017 16:51:22

@BEB
Is it also the job of a moderator to have a certain arrogance and boast about how even with their pension they are better off than most people who are in full-time work?

crying

Thread: NFC Update
16/12/2016 15:58:38
Posted by Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator on 16/12/2016 13:22:56:

I didn't vote for it, I still hold to the view we were not properly consulted on it, I have no intention what so ever of ever going there.

Why should I pay for this white elephant?

Especially as we have been "promised" that wouldn't happen. No, if you want to pay that's fine - a voluntary contribution would I am sure be very welcome. But don't commit my wallet to this please.

BEB

Bah Humbug!

Thread: Unexpected lift
16/10/2016 19:57:12
Posted by Speedster on 16/10/2016 11:02:35:

At the beach yesterday

Not much slope needed to keep the Arthobby Odyssey 2,7 in the air

Cheers Soren

That is amazing Soren - and great control to keep it all going. What was the wind speed?

Thread: Poser for boffins
14/10/2016 12:22:36

Bought one in the States in 2001 - it was amazing!

Thread: My First Drone/Quad/UAV/Camera Platform - whatever!
10/10/2016 10:25:42

pitsford crop.jpg

Pitsford Reservoir from Brixworth Country Park - late evening and struggling for light.

Thread: Magazines gone under
29/09/2016 15:39:23
Posted by Pete B - Moderator on 29/09/2016 15:26:37:

OK, I think all have made their point now - any further discussion by PM, perhaps?smile

Time to return to the thread topic, I reckon.....

Pete

yes laugh

29/09/2016 15:19:16
Posted by Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator on 29/09/2016 15:03:59:

Pathetic

BEB

thumbs down

29/09/2016 14:25:29
Posted by Doug Campbell on 29/09/2016 12:45:28:

Too right Andy,

I thought it was a bit of friendly banter that we engage in all the time, then BEB leaps out and starts making threats to the poster of an innocuous comment. Who moderates the moderators?

yes

Thread: why do people feel compelled to build such large models?
25/09/2016 13:21:11

As the "inspiration" for this thread, here's my view.

I was thinking my are people compelled to big the monster models, half scale - that sort of thing.

The guy who has 100" Lancasters - well I do not consider those to be large.

Personally, when a model is weighing over 100 Kgs and costing tens of thousands of pounds, then that is a step too far. I'd rather learn to fly and buy my own aircraft!

But hey - each to their own - but it certainly isn't for me.

Thread: Large RC Saab Gripen crash
24/09/2016 12:05:36

On a wider note - why do people feel compelled to build such large models?

Thread: Enjoy the Trip?
22/08/2016 15:36:06

Ha! Cliff, you should have "styled it out" as the kids say!

Thread: The 'share your photos' thread (not model flying)
22/08/2016 12:06:31
Posted by Andrew Price 2 on 22/08/2016 12:03:02:

Been there I think! Near Solihull rings a bell?

 

Nope - need to drop about 40 miles SE of Solihul - It's in Northants. Crossed post - Spot on!

Edited By FilmBuff on 22/08/2016 12:07:02

22/08/2016 11:58:21
Posted by Peter Miller on 22/08/2016 11:12:07:

That looks like a drone shot

It is!

Three bracketed images combined for a High Dynamic Range image, and a bit of processing in Lightroom.

22/08/2016 10:55:06

cahdr.jpg

Thread: My First Drone/Quad/UAV/Camera Platform - whatever!
17/08/2016 17:20:05

I love the lighting on this one

cahdr.jpg

Thread: Kitehawk
12/08/2016 15:48:21

Each and everyone to their own - but a noisy oily engine in a glider makes no sense to me. frown

Just saying - without prejudice.

Thread: Recommendations for good first model for FPV / Air to air video
12/08/2016 14:43:02

Just a thought - posting a video does not mean the forum or the poster condones or supports it.

If that was the case, BBC, Al Jareeza and most other on-line news sites will be guilty of condoning all sorts of illegal stuff.

Just saying.

Thread: Has the world moved to Brazil for 2 weeks?
08/08/2016 14:16:03
Posted by Peter Miller on 08/08/2016 13:56:55:

I can just imagine it. OK so some people want to watch it ALL.

I bet they are sitting there with THREE (3) TV sets tuned to BBC 1, 2 and 4. Oh and another set tuned to TV so they can see any unlisted football matches that are suddenly popped into the programs.

Peter - get with the times. TV and red button will be on one sport. Tablet and Smartphone will keep track of two others.

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