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Member postings for Phil Claridge

Here is a list of all the postings Phil Claridge has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Aluminium fuel tubing
08/01/2015 12:15:53

did the melting teaspoon trick to a room ful of teachers way back in the1960;s science teacher had made his own home brew melting metal, then regretted it when we got hold off itdevil

Thread: mode 1 -2 buddy box
26/12/2014 08:56:24

just to confuse the issue, which side of brain controls which thumbnoyesindecision

Thread: Longer days
24/12/2014 09:37:06

retired now, so sleep while its dark and play while its light (if swmbo lets me)indecision

Thread: mode 1 -2 buddy box
24/12/2014 09:31:14

wish i could connect brain to fingers most dayscrying

24/12/2014 09:29:17

play nicely, boys and girls each to their own wink this debate will run forever untill we start controlling models with brain power not our thumbs or fingerscheeky

MODE 2 FOREVER DEPT

Thread: Heath Robinson Aerial Contraption No 2
18/12/2014 09:20:11

how about heath sitting on an elsan for a pilot ian, you got me looking at my t240 now its getting very nervousindecision

Thread: Christmas wishes
12/12/2014 12:21:34

merry xmas every one, went to club meet last night to pay subs for next year. we have a little bring and buy and a raffle as well, bought a very nice flair se 5 ready to fly with a saito 45 4s up front plane is a past winner of the clubs scale competion. cost me just 65 quid, my present to myselfwink. also won a 3s 2200 lipo in the raffle lucky mecheeky

Thread: BMFA Area Chief Examiner standards
05/12/2014 10:32:00

bearing in mind, all examiners are voulonteers giving up their time to do A B tests, using secret ballots is digusting. do the bmfa have a quque of people waiting to become ace's. i admire andys desire to educate and train novices. to compare judges with examiners in others sports is daft as training and passing anexam is not

competative. i for one am most grateful for the time they spend to help all and every one progress their flying ability

Thread: What would you like from Santa. .?
04/12/2014 17:00:01

hallie berry and jenifer aniston kits are very expensive, they need very classy covering, jimmy choo wheels and tyres,and diamond cowl trim, wing tips must have gold and platinum weights. completed models must only be transported by rolls royce or similarwink

Thread: Sign of the times - funnies
04/12/2014 16:50:55

swmbo was looking in the mirror, and asked can i have a neck lift? i said yes we can afford the ropedevil

she liked the joke so much she told all her pals on her forumwink

Thread: Have a Rant
11/11/2014 14:07:35

tesco's on line shopping, we spent about £140 it came in 21 carrier bags one only contained 1kg bag of sugar. bottle of bleach came with 3 bagsangry. peter you could ask for 6 mags off the bottom shelf then decide to buy only one, proper ruddy impossiblewink

Thread: Biggles' Mess (the renamed cafe!)
07/11/2014 11:58:13

almost no wasps or flies down here in boggy regis this year. we have got a butterfly keep apppearing around the eaves of our second floor flat, it was about again this morning. this happens every year so i dont think it can be the same one very odd, the wind is gusting quite hard so he must be having a hard time getting about

Thread: coloured poly-c
05/11/2014 17:24:14

forgot about food colouring, will get some tomorrow and a tester pot of emulsion, and see what happenssurprise

regards phil

Thread: Sussex Model Centre
05/11/2014 17:05:26
Posted by David Ashby - RCME on 25/03/2010 09:33:06:
Must try harder Phil

visited smc again and only bought what i went in for frown think i need therapycrook

Thread: coloured poly-c
05/11/2014 16:56:26

just used poly-c top stick some ribbon union jacks on a foamie glider,and wondered if anyone had tried mixing poly- c with emulsion paint so as to applcolour and varnish together

regards phil

Thread: Aussie Bronze wings
19/10/2014 16:08:56

well done bbcwink, i took my a test without any warning at a club i was visiting in wales, where my brother flew. the examiner arrived to fly his helicopter and my brother badgerred him to do my test. i got told to get my plane ready as every other pilot landed so they could criticise every move i madeblush. the examiner had never seen my flying but asked the other pilots if they thought i was readysurprise lots of nodding heads so that was it off we go.knee's knocking i thought what the hell its not costing me nought i will go for it. flew better and more precise than i everdid before and passed with many cheers from the critics god bless them

Thread: Any recommendations...fiction
10/10/2014 12:18:43

battery claim life is for half an hour read every day with out back light uselessangry

08/10/2014 10:30:07

down to a sunless sea is about nuclear war, and sam 7 is amissile attack on a plane over london both books are thought provoking as both events are possible these days

07/10/2014 23:32:46

if you come across DOWN TO A SUNLESS SEA or SAM 7 both books are very good reads. read down to sunless sea in one allday sitting, could'nt put it downwink

Thread: Have a Rant
07/10/2014 23:13:35

my rant is people who moan about everythingwink

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