FAA Notification on Large Model Rockets

His punishment is the need to keep having to tell the same bullshite story over and over for the rest of his life (if you want to call that a life.)
Poor Jerry
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Phil Stein
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In Steven's defense, how would you act if you had to walk around with a hunk of stinkey cheese on your head all the time? I know kinda like Jerry.
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Phil Stein
No worries, it's just that debates about contest rules are what usually continue on this long.
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Tweak
Just checking. Thanks.
According to my sources, "buligerant" is an amalgamation consisting of bully, bellicose and belligerent. IOW, a belligernet, bellicose bully.
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Tweak
One of the first rules on usenet (rec.models.rockets is usenet), is NOT to post about spelling errors as it propogates off-topic messages with no benefit since it cannot be "taken back or corrected".
As such I am a bit loose with spelling. I apologize in advance.
Jerry
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Jerry Irvine
Are you assuming I was posting about a spelling error? Is it not possible that my vocabulary is rather limited and I was asking about a word I was not familiar with?
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Steven P. McNicoll
"Tweak" wrote in message
Wow, can we even get people to debate contest rules on rmr anymore ?
How about someone start a good contest rule argurement, please ?
Reply to
AlMax
What month and year was it ?
I bet the back issues of tripolitan might show the advertised ceiling.
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AlMax
Yes it does!
11-89 ad
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max was 15,000MSL. No call was made to get approval for a 25,000 foot flight.
Later Tripolitan ads STATED 15,000 max.
do a search for when the flight at issue happened.
13,000 preflight estimate, 25,000 actual visual track.
With trackers owned by me and "disappeared" via Chuck Rogers.
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Jerry Irvine
Sounds like a good trivia question for the TRA list. Only thing is how do you ask a question about the one whos name should not be mentioned. Of course you could mention it even though you shouldn't.
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Phil Stein

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