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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [IAC-L:1391] Re: EZ



                


Thread: [IAC-L:1391] Re: EZ

Message: [IAC-L:1391] Re: EZ

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From: harley at tcdesigns.com (harley Carnes)

Date: Fri, 17 Oct 1997 12:55:43 UTC


Message:

 Patrick Clyne wrote:
> 
> Harley Carnes' advice on dealing with the media is excellent!  It would be
> even better if it were buffed up and included as an article in Sport Aero-
> batics (Karen - are you listening?).  The EAA is expending a great deal
> of effort - quite appropriately - enticing young people to become inter-
> ested in aviation.  Educating the rest of society on the wonders, and
> the safety of general and sport aviation is as important to the long term
> success of this activity.
> 
> Harley, your comments are right on the mark - I've invited a reporter for
> a ride tomorrow - say, if a push, pull push humpty is inappropriate, is
> a double outside snap on a verticle down-line OK? <G>
> 
> Patrick Clyne
> 
> 
> >
> >
Yep .. that oughta just about do it.  After you land, just point 'em in
the general direction of the head, or the bushes - whichever is closer. 
And pass up the opportunity to peruse the next day's paper.  heh heh 
> >
> >




                


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