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I watched it twice and started to feel loserish so I fowarded it to some other cats thinkin there bigger losers. its cool bet the pup puked
 

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I might need to have my dog examined...he does that all the time WITHOUT and airplane.
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Man I use to do that all time back in the 70,s


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I used to get that pissed playing super mario brothers. Then came the anger managementwhen I started strangling the neighborhood pets with the cord from opticcal gun you use for duck hunt.....


As for the dog in the cessna, used to pull that stunt all the time when I was still taking flying lessons. Don't ever do it with a cat by the way it freaks them out. The other thing that sucks about stalls is that is pulls the loose dirt out of the carpets so if the airplane is really dirty you get a nice mouthful of shag funk.
 

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Yep, flying parabolics will bring the dirt out of the weirdest places. Nevermind the dog and cats getting sick, I couldn't do more than 1 before I got sick. I wonder if they still train astronauts in the "vomit commet" 707?

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Yep, flying parabolics will bring the dirt out of the weirdest places. Nevermind the dog and cats getting sick, I couldn't do more than 1 before I got sick. I wonder if they still train astronauts in the "vomit commet" 707?

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FR, you fly?

They upgraded the vomit comet from 707s to a kc135s and retired the kcs in 2004. They now use c-9s skytrians (DC-9s) and 727s. There is a company called zero gravity corp which does some of the NASA flights as a subcontractor and they offer tourist flights for civilians for $3,750 a person.

http://www.nogravity.com/home_full1.aspx

The worst "dirt" expirence is when my father and I rolled a rented 150 aerobat and about 20 cigarette buts, a couple of old french fries and a pair of size 14 womens panties fell to the ceiling, along with a fire extinguisher that we didn't know was in the plane (scared the crap out of me). Neither I nor my father smoke so all those waisted butts just about pegged the gag meter. We never rented another airplane after that.
 

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That's pretty funny. I guess you could peg the gag meter in a 150 aerobat. I've never done any aerobatics, though I've always wanted to. Just never had the money to justify it. There's a nice Decathalon near me that I could've gotten checked out in, but I never did. Someday, when I'm not so into the bike scene, I'll get back into flying. 750 hrs. Single/multi engine commercial instrument, land.
 
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