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Member postings for john stones 1

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Thread: Fantasy Formula 1
01/12/2019 20:46:01

Thanks John, thanks as always for the running of the league. yes

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
01/12/2019 19:15:52

The policing comments confuse me, all clubs police to some extent, seems mountains are being made of molehills to me.

Our members will know the rules and the law of the land, will we be checking all and sundry ? Nope, we don't do for all the other rules that have been in place for years, so why change.

Would/will we address anyone breaking the law deliberately ? Clubs well being comes first, as it always has. So what's changed ?

Thread: Fantasy Formula 1
01/12/2019 18:55:16
Posted by McG 6969 on 01/12/2019 18:52:26:

I know, young man.

I discovered your kind of humor through that 'urban dictionary' some time ago... wink


Thread: Biggles' Mess (the renamed cafe!)
01/12/2019 18:51:46

If BEB where still with us, he'd tell us to get a grip,It's a hobby.

Thread: Fantasy Formula 1
01/12/2019 18:49:32

Envious, no, just a joke.

01/12/2019 18:31:17

Tut Tut, can we disqualify him. wink

Thread: Christmas Excess
30/11/2019 23:45:12
Posted by Don Fry on 30/11/2019 22:15:25:

Beloved is also a proponent of seeping alcohol in the fruit.

I have been redirected from proper work to construct a "green" tree. Very time consuming.


At least I can get going on the beer tomorrow.

Love it. face 1


Thread: Fantasy Formula 1
30/11/2019 19:21:33
Posted by iqon on 30/11/2019 19:03:48:
Posted by john stones 1 on 30/11/2019 17:23:28:

Game remains, with the free to play option next year.

Good to know , thanks. wink 2

Rein yer sarcasm in Igor, yes I pinched info off you. wink

Edited By john stones 1 on 30/11/2019 19:23:41

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
30/11/2019 17:26:10
Posted by Andy Symons - BMFA on 30/11/2019 16:24:01:

I need to update the Affiliation Partnership Booklet for 2020.

You need all members to be BMFA members and a minimum of 5 who show the club as their Primary club on the portal.

The Bumf gone out to Examiners Andy ? I've not had owt.

Thread: Fantasy Formula 1
30/11/2019 17:23:28

Game remains, with the free to play option next year.

29/11/2019 21:06:56

Cheers John.

Bottas has a penalty and starts at the back.

My driver, too little too late though.

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
29/11/2019 17:37:34

Can't see where anyone is being blamed for future failures ?

What has been said is If BMFA members don't use their own negotiated means of complying, it may weaken the BMFAs hand at future negotiations, when/if they request a separate structure for us.

Is that a grossly unfair comment ?

29/11/2019 16:46:58

Yep, ignore the BMFAs call to back it's position, then at a later date criticise if things don't go your way.

Stick with the BMFA.

29/11/2019 01:29:33

Well I'm offended. wink

The three experts are male, the misleading chatterbox is female ?

Yep, that is tongue in cheek and I agree, the message gets lost amongst the reams of chatter.

Thread: A new caption competition - winner declared!
28/11/2019 19:52:55
Posted by Mike Bell on 28/11/2019 19:01:01:

Yes I'm guilty and I'd like 3 other 'fences to be taken into consideration.



Edited By john stones 1 on 28/11/2019 19:53:29

27/11/2019 21:04:03

I suppose you're gonna tell me you had cramp.

27/11/2019 21:01:22

I was this high inverted.

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
25/11/2019 16:53:06

Agreed Martin, It's not about which is easiest or creates less work, It's about what may lay ahead. Stick with the BMFA and make It's voice as strong as possible.

Thread: CAA or BMFA test to comply with OP & FLY ID
25/11/2019 00:40:23

I'll go with BMFA, they helped get a better deal, stick together. I believe it's been quite busy on their online test.

Thread: The Gov't, CAA, BMFA & UAV legislation thread
23/11/2019 19:05:07
Posted by Gary Manuel on 23/11/2019 11:56:14:

Are Amazon etc also exempt from flying beyond line of site without a dedicated spotter?

If toffee bombing is now banned (or soon going to be), does that mean that Amazon won't be able to deliver toffees?

They'll have exemptions like Santa, only 31 days to go. gift

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