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  1. Boy, would I ever like to see that. One of the things that should be on everyone's bucket list is floating over the Serengeti at dawn in a hot-air balloon.
  2. I demand that Orbx start developing things for FS95. I do, indeed, feel discarded.
  3. I screw that up every year. It's the only test question I've ever missed since problem number three on Miss Kernahan's second-grade math test back in 1949.
  4. I don't know the answer but I just want to say welcome to the forum(s).....
  5. OK Rodger, that's not bad . But can you remember the words "person, woman, man, camera, TV" after 10, 15, or 20 minutes have passed? And get them in the correct order? That's the real rest of mental acuity and anyone who can do it will surely amaze the doctors and then be allowed to proclaim themselves a genius.
  6. Let me add, IMNSO, the greatest of them all...Lester William Polsfuss. Never heard of him? How about his more familiar name...Les Paul. His contributions both as an artist and inventor are without peer in the guitar world. I was lucky enough on several occasions to be able to sit and listen to him for hours at the Iridium Jazz Club in Manhattan. Even though he was in his 80's then he looked as spry as ever. He made an album back in the 70's with Chet Atkins titled Chester and Lester. If you're into guitar you have to hear that one.
  7. And, I forgot to say welcome to the forum(s). So, welcome to the forum(s).
  8. It's definitely my hometown airport. Took my first 172 flight there in 1958 (Del Monte Aviation). I want this one too!
  9. I think it depends on how much wine she drank before you told her................
  10. Sort of reminds me of the fellow who called the help desk because his new computer stopped working. After running through all the routine diagnostics, the help desk person asked how long the computer hadn't been working. To which the fellow replied "ever since the electricity went off."
  11. I wouldn't bother with any of them. They're all a waste of time. Life's too sort to spend time with such meaningless stuff.
  12. Of course. How else would I know to ask my doctor if the medicine being advertised was right for me?
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