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Old 08-19-2010, 01:25 PM
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You could call it POSSE Pablo!
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Old 08-19-2010, 05:55 PM
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Do cuss words count
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Old 08-19-2010, 06:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Numbthumbs View Post
You could call it POSSE Pablo!
I wonder what my wife calls them ? Don't think it's Posse Pablo somehow ! I had a Rx crystal go in my Acromaster ('Acro' nickname surprisingly enough !) today, so that's more money thrown into the Pablo money pit .

Cuss words that have been sanitised for our younger members, would be fine I'm sure Big Johnny .
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Old 09-19-2010, 10:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Numbthumbs View Post
Stuart, I hear ya! It hurts when a named plane goes down lol...

I was considering naming my next plane "George" as in "of the jungle",

"Watch out for that....TREE!!!"
I love it!

Yeah, I do, I confess. I christen mine too. But how get the names is by modifying the name the manufacturer/designer gave the model.
  1. My first was an AeroBird-3, or as it's usually abbreviated here: AB-3. So I named it "Abby" (I should have named it "George" ! ).
  2. When I got my Easy Star, or E-Star as y'all sometimes call it, I came up with "Ester".
  3. By far the easiest to name, my Miss Stik Sr. I named her "Mystique". Unfortunately I lost her the same day as her maiden, I have another on order, She'll probably bear the same name.
  4. I also have a Skimmer that I'm gathering together the bits that I'll need to turn it into a plane, she'll bear the name "Kimberly" Or perhaps just "Kim" (Lil' Kim? ), as it is the smaller version.


On my wish list is a Bird of Time. I'm totally stumped there.

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