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Member postings for malcolm woodcock 1

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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.

Thread: Horseflies
21/07/2014 17:54:58

It's not horseflies that bother me but those little black blighters. They never bother me until I take off, then they're in and on my face and being very irritating and I can't take my hands off the tx to swipe them.

Thread: Biggles' Mess (the renamed cafe!)
20/07/2014 12:32:27

Normally I'd agree with you Erfolg but FAA is in the USA where big bucks can change just about anything and Amazon have big bucks.

Thread: The WW 1 Bomber And The House of Winsor
19/07/2014 15:48:20

A very interesting thread, I've learnt a lot about linneage. As for becoming a Republic I think it's about time we grew up and selected our own head of state instead of relying on one families deluded belief that you can be born into this role. Yes I served my country for 9 years in the RAF before anybody asks.

Thread: Biggles' Mess (the renamed cafe!)
19/07/2014 15:38:36

I don't know if this is on the right thread but just been reading in a national tabloid that Amazon are going on about delivery by drones again. My main worry is will Amazon be able to appropriate 2.4 Ghz for their sole use. I remember when Thatcher stole 27 Mghz to give to the Citizen Band (illegal) radio users (whatever happened to them) and we had to re-equip with 35 mhz at our own expense. I just don't want this to happen again due to inactivity on our part.

Thread: Ebay sellers...
18/07/2014 13:55:53

That's annoying, the only time a seller is close to me and he's selling a load of junk.

Thread: The thread for your subscriber questions and queries **please do not start a new thread**
18/07/2014 11:37:16

Your lucky Olly, Royal Fail lost a whole bagful of letters from our Housing Association, telling us when the engineer would be coming around for the annual boiler inspection. I and many others, were not in when they came around.

Thread: Biggles' Mess (the renamed cafe!)
14/07/2014 15:09:41

Erfolg, There always has been and always will be people, who when they see folks enjoying themselves, is to say "I'll have that stopped". They are to be pitied and endured because for them 'Hell' must be living.

14/07/2014 09:10:33

What I like about electric is 'starts first time' and the 'throw in the back of the car after flying', no cleaning down., no fuel leaking in car, no half-hour starting on winter days etc.

Thread: Ebay sellers...
09/07/2014 09:08:31

Love the bit 'seems complete'.

Thread: weekend fly in 5th. 6th July 2014
08/07/2014 09:14:03

Forever the pedant I would just like to point out that 'Kamikaze' means 'Divine Wind' and nothing to do with the consumption of brussel sprouts.

Thread: Biggles' Mess (the renamed cafe!)
19/06/2014 11:55:25

Definately against deletion of members posts when they pass on. There's a lot of useful information out there, if I have a modelling problem my first port of call is the forum to see if anyone has had similar problems and more importantly solutions, we don't want to lose that through deletions.

Thread: Jet Provost build in Tokyo Japan.
15/06/2014 17:13:35

Konichiwah, Toshiro, Nice blog on your build, isn't building from plans what it's all about, especially at the, hopefully successful, maiden flight. Good luck.

Thread: Area 51 Distribution
15/06/2014 17:07:43

I hope for future good luck for both Mike & Colin and hope for a regaining of good health for Colin. Best of luck to you for the future.

Thread: Fathers day
15/06/2014 17:02:11

Oh dear, female logic 'It's Fathers day, You're a father, no you can't go flying'. I've just been a victim of this form of logic myself. A female friend, of many years standing, asked me to take her shopping for wrapping paper etc for a confirmation present for her number one grandson. She was already kitted out in the clothing department for the eventful day but I was surprised how many ladies clothing stores we didn't managed to pass while looking for afore mentioned items. I have never been able to work out what out masters (mistresses?) have planned for us, the weaker sex, just go with the flow and remember the magic words "Yes Dear".

Thread: Jets at Weston Park Model Airshow 2014
15/06/2014 16:49:53

Weston's too far from North Yorkshire but those vids where nearly as good as being there.

Thread: Hobbyking UK Warehouse.
12/06/2014 15:42:46

Have to agree with Kev, I'm a big fan of HK. HyperBipe was 'In Transit' but as soon as it arrived, off the ship, it was with me within two days. Now I have to try and not crash this one too often.

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