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By the way, I thought you we going to the SouthEast. Now you are in
You Airforce Jocks sure move around a lot...
Record tape club- 1- use your real name on the list, please.2- you misquoted my reply above, that was not my posting- you clipped my name to the top of the original posting in error without my actual reply. 3- Doesn't appear the Tiger Woods of aerobatics is competing, just airshows, so that opens the standard thread on those that enter airshows before flying competition- hope he has good instruction, a good ACE evaluator, and good mentoring- all of those can be had thru contests when done right. 4- Big ego aside- good on 'em for starting out young in a good plane. Your posting is full of errors- please apoligize, study up on the facts, edit better, and you are welcome here too, along with all Tigers in training. Sincerely,Rich KlarichIAC 21376Altus, OK----- Original Message -----From: RecordTapeClub@aol.comSent: Wednesday, July 31, 2002 12:31 PMSubject: Re: [Acro] Re: Christen Eagle on CNN.....Hmmm. Imagine that: a pilot with a big ego. And willing to talk about it on television. I say we blackball him. What do you think? Let's just let him know he's not welcome in this group, huh? That'll show him and make us all feel a lot better about ourselves, too. Yup, that's the ticket. Who's with me?
In a message dated 7/30/2002 11:30:54 PM Eastern Daylight Time, email@example.com writes:
That was Jamail Larkins. He IS the Tiger Woods of aerobatics...If you question it, just ask him! :o) Smart idea for him to use smoke in NY/NJ area. Also, Jamail is the next Bill Gates, Mel Gibson, and oh yeah, Sean Tucker...Just ask him...He is always eager to tell you how special he is.