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Member postings for malcolm woodcock 1

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Thread: What an airshow!!
25/11/2014 09:29:14

That'll give 'Elf & Safety' heart palpitations.

Thread: Ebay sellers...
23/11/2014 09:34:59

Dave, It's obvious it's Japanese, it dosn't have a swaztika on the tail.

Thread: The Little Airplane Video
19/11/2014 10:55:15

Loved the film, must be American, no C/L.

Thread: So long and thanks for all the fish.
17/11/2014 09:18:54

Belgium, Tony, just Belgium.

Thread: What are your special model flying moments from 2014?
13/11/2014 09:36:02

2015? are you having a 'Senior Moment', David.

Thread: Ebay sellers...
20/10/2014 16:20:56

He's only asking £10.00 postage as well.

Thread: bad news for this club
18/10/2014 12:31:33

I've had trouble with nasty bullies like this before. It's seems to be the usual "People enjoying themselves, I'll soon have that stopped". Last year I was approached by a young man asking if I'd issued a NOTAM to fly on a site (the Flatts in Thirsk). Unfortuntely he picked on the wrong victim, having served in the RAF I was well aware of flight restrictions, also being a bolshy beggar, I asked what his interest was, he admitted to flying hang gliders so I asked him for his name as it was illegal to fly anything over built up areas without having issued NOTAMs. It was interesting to see how quickly he backed off when confronted. I wonder what secrets the lady is hiding at her farm. Just asking.

Thread: Hobbyking delivery
07/10/2014 18:03:24

Hi Mods, this post is getting a bit repetitive.

Thread: Orangerx flight stabiliser
04/10/2014 06:51:13

I've been using the V3 version since it came out and as far as I can see it's every bit as good as more expensive systems. Wouldn't be without it on my 'HyperBipe' on a windy day.

Thread: Ebay sellers...
07/09/2014 18:27:56

Phil, why does your message on posting keep sending me to g-mail.

Thread: Orangerx flight stabiliser
01/09/2014 09:15:54

Try it first and see if you might need to reverse some channels on the unit itself.

Thread: Ebay sellers...
29/08/2014 21:01:00

Phil, maybe a 'working' girl had offered to show him how it's done.

Thread: VC 10 T Tail Deep Stall.
22/08/2014 17:12:23

I liked the much missed 'Cabin Pressure' where they play cockpit buckaroo by seeing how many warning systems they can turn off. Seems a little too plausible amongst bored flight crews.

Thread: hobbyking support
20/08/2014 10:09:56

Not a winge about HobbyKing more about Parcel Farce, whom they insist on using, items ordered on 14 Aug, sent 15 Aug, arrived/refused 20 Aug, so much for their 48 hour delivery promise (payed for). Hobbyking stop using these cowboys, it's not faster by horse..

Thread: Johnny Johnson deserves a knighthood
20/08/2014 10:01:57

Why do we need to kick MPs so they do the obvious. All these hero's need recognizing.

Thread: Hobbyking delivery
19/08/2014 20:33:26

Not so much a problem with HK (UK) as Parcel Farce. Still waiting for a delivery from them. Parcel sent on 15th still not arrived, though promised 48 hour delivery,why do HobbyKing still use this useless service provider?

Thread: Junk mail - is it seasonal?
04/08/2014 11:27:07

Daithi, heard that one awhile ago, it still makes me laugh, unfortunately all the calls I get are automatic messages. The the thing to do if you get a call with a undisclosed number, don't answer. If you answer that's a result so you get plagued by more calls, just delete.

Thread: Biggles' Mess (the renamed cafe!)
26/07/2014 19:45:56

I used to visit my parents in a small village in Northumberland called Eglingham. It must have been under a north - south flight path because the amount of times I'd hear a Merlin and see Spitfires, a Hurricane and a Lancaster sometimes in formation some times on their own, a wonderful sight. I heard the recognisable merlin sound once and it was a Mustang passing overhead. I considered myself blessed but some people wouldn't even look up as they passed overhead.

Thread: Catastrophic Crash
25/07/2014 11:21:13

It might have nothing to do with the crash but I think everybody should check linkages with this hot weather we are having, especially if model has been in a hot car.

Thread: Biggles' Mess (the renamed cafe!)
24/07/2014 10:26:36

Just like the Thirsk - Fylingdales - Bridlington route.

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