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JBH

Richmond, Canada

#162622 Jul 5, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
English, jackass.
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You seem to be saying you know things all the time, yet you have not been able to prove one thing.

You go around like in circles, spinning your dizzy head to come up with over-addiction to unreal saying like a psycho in suspense as always.

Since I don't have time like those days, oriented to stay here lot, I would say you might think you can get away with it by not feeling your soul will be tearing to pieces.

And then I am not here to point out the troubles of you as you are such.
Don't you think it is time you realize what the wrongs with you are, you the the trouble-making psycho?

Since: May 10

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#162623 Jul 5, 2013
Oh, when I was in the military several times I used SF-44s. They are called Purchase Orders and I could buy just about anything ...... but I would have to explain it once I did.
On one occasion I bought a dozen truck tires at a truck stop. We had twenty year old Army trucks with twenty year old tires and on a convoy I was popping (blowing-out) one tire per truck per hundred miles. So I stopped at a truck stop and bought a dozen "highway" tires.
They did not carry the heavy military off-road tires so I bought what they had and I put them on the front axles off a half dozen trucks. When we got to our destination I flew a Chinook to the Red Rive Army Depot and picked up two dozen more tires but when I got back I showed them to the battalion commander and they all had spider-cracks so he condemn them and we went down town and bought another twp dozen civilian tires.
A year later we turned in our 1960s 500-series trucks and got new 800-series trucks. Thank you Ronald Reagan!!!
Oh, we had a 1960 long-bed 500- series 5-ton truck which had a Mo-Gas Continental and one day the engine blew out. I mean pistons hanging out the bottom of the engine, blow out!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#162624 Jul 5, 2013
Oh, another Jimmy Carter story. The TH-55 helicopter had the same basic Lycoming IO-360 engine that many civilian airplanes had but whereas the airplane engine had a TBO (Time Between Overhaul) of 2,000 hours the TH-55s TBO was only 1,200 hours.
No civilians have no choice but the comply with the FAA regs and had to overhaul their engine once they hit TBO but the military does not have to. Soooo, under Jimmy Carter, they chose to ignore the TBO and extend them to 1,800 hours. And about six months later they started to fail.
Like in BOOM fail. When a crankshaft fails, the pistons come out all over the place! We had a solo student have one blow out on the north side of Enterprise and he put it down on the 2-lane by-pass highway with power lines and trees all over the place. I was an instructor pilot and I could not have done any better!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#162625 Jul 5, 2013
I was at Hanchey AAF running up a TH-55 when I saw another TH-55, on the down wind leg, turn towards the heliport while losing altitude. He then turned sharply and dropped below the tree line. I told my student to shut the aircraft down as I go out and ran down the hill.
There was a civilian IP with me as we jumped the barbed-wire fence and headed into the woods. After about 200 yards we came across this fire break and there was the TH-55 with it's tail broken off but otherwise it was upright and not on fire. The student pilot was sitting on a tree stump and had just finished his sixth cigarette!!!
That was a joke as I had no idea how many cigs he had smoked but he was huffing and puffing away. But any landing you can walk away from is a good landing.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162626 Jul 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
And I am sure you can prove that, Tootzie?
If I may, herewith a Wikipedia excerpot, in case my link does not work :

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Birch_Society&... ;

Eisenhower issue[edit]

Welch wrote in a widely circulated statement, The Politician, "Could Eisenhower really be simply a smart politician, entirely without principles and hungry for glory, who is only the tool of the Communists? The answer is yes." He went on. "With regard to ... Eisenhower, it is difficult to avoid raising the question of deliberate treason."[53]
The controversial paragraph was removed before final publication of The Politician.[54]
The sensationalism of Welch's charges against Eisenhower prompted several conservatives and Republicans, most prominently Goldwater and the intellectuals of William F. Buckley's circle, to renounce outright or quietly shun the group. Buckley, an early friend and admirer of Welch, regarded his accusations against Eisenhower as "paranoid and idiotic libels" and attempted unsuccessfully to purge Welch from the Birch Society.[55] From then on Buckley, who was editor of National Review, became the leading intellectual spokesman and organizer of the anti-Bircher conservatives.[56] In fact, Buckley's biographer John B. Judis wrote that "Buckley was beginning to worry that with the John Birch Society growing so rapidly, the right-wing upsurge in the country would take an ugly, even Fascist turn rather than leading toward the kind of conservatism National Review had promoted."[56]

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Tootzie? Pejorative and very very 1950s époque dépassée.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#162627 Jul 5, 2013
Oh, when Jimmy Carter left, EVERY got better!
It was very appropriate that they name a submarine after Jimmy Carter as you seldom see submarines where as aircraft carriers are very visible.
Like the USS Ronald Reagan!!!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#162628 Jul 5, 2013
Oh, who was the USS John C. Stennis named after? No, this is not a trick question as it was named after John C. Stennis, but who was he and why did they name a carrier after a DEMOCRAT Senator?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_John_C._Sten... (CVN-74)

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#162629 Jul 5, 2013
USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74) & HMS Illustrious
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:USS_John_C.... (CVN-74)_%26_HMS_Illustrious_( R_06).jpg

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162630 Jul 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh, another Jimmy Carter story. The TH-55 helicopter had the same basic Lycoming IO-360 engine that many civilian airplanes had but whereas the airplane engine had a TBO (Time Between Overhaul) of 2,000 hours the TH-55s TBO was only 1,200 hours.
No civilians have no choice but the comply with the FAA regs and had to overhaul their engine once they hit TBO but the military does not have to. Soooo, under Jimmy Carter, they chose to ignore the TBO and extend them to 1,800 hours. And about six months later they started to fail.
Like in BOOM fail. When a crankshaft fails, the pistons come out all over the place! We had a solo student have one blow out on the north side of Enterprise and he put it down on the 2-lane by-pass highway with power lines and trees all over the place. I was an instructor pilot and I could not have done any better!
"helicopter crankshaft fails," Damn Jimmy Carter

The military had the crappiest engines in the history of mechanical apparatuses. Damn Jimmy Carter

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162631 Jul 5, 2013
crappiest engines : Lycoming

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162632 Jul 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh, when Jimmy Carter left, EVERY got better!
It was very appropriate that they name a submarine after Jimmy Carter as you seldom see submarines where as aircraft carriers are very visible.
Like the USS Ronald Reagan!!!
What about the Abraham Lincoln (Abe must have spinned in his grave) carrier with the "Mission accomplished" sign?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162633 Jul 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh, when Jimmy Carter left, EVERY got better!
It was very appropriate that they name a submarine after Jimmy Carter as you seldom see submarines where as aircraft carriers are very visible.
Like the USS Ronald Reagan!!!
I'm sure that submarine crews will thank you for demeaning their courageous undersea service.
JBH

Richmond, Canada

#162634 Jul 5, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
English, jackass.
==========

Your trouble-making time is no more or less than your combined sucking time.
Do you know what that is?
When you suck a lot, then you have to TAKE A LOT OF time to do so.
NO MORE THAN THE COMBINED TIME means you make lots of troubles even in a short time, which can be less than the combined time.

NO less than the combined time is your time of making troubles , which can be more than the combined one (time)--That says it EQUALS TO A LOT OF TIME SPENDING for you to make troubles, AND MIGHT EXCEED ALL YOUR COMBINED SUCKING TIME.

All says---You do make lots of troubles within a short time and make the spending of lots of time doing trouble-making.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#162636 Jul 5, 2013
Ellen1 wrote:
<quoted text>
When Eisenhower was president, the far right wing conservatives said that he was a communist and a "traitor."
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
And I am sure you can prove that, Tootzie?
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
If I may, herewith a Wikipedia excerpot, in case my link does not work :
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Birch_Society&... ;
Eisenhower issue[edit]
Welch wrote in a widely circulated statement, The Politician, "Could Eisenhower really be simply a smart politician, entirely without principles and hungry for glory, who is only the tool of the Communists? The answer is yes." He went on. "With regard to ... Eisenhower, it is difficult to avoid raising the question of deliberate treason."[53]
The controversial paragraph was removed before final publication of The Politician.[54]
The sensationalism of Welch's charges against Eisenhower prompted several conservatives and Republicans, most prominently Goldwater and the intellectuals of William F. Buckley's circle, to renounce outright or quietly shun the group. Buckley, an early friend and admirer of Welch, regarded his accusations against Eisenhower as "paranoid and idiotic libels" and attempted unsuccessfully to purge Welch from the Birch Society.[55] From then on Buckley, who was editor of National Review, became the leading intellectual spokesman and organizer of the anti-Bircher conservatives.[56] In fact, Buckley's biographer John B. Judis wrote that "Buckley was beginning to worry that with the John Birch Society growing so rapidly, the right-wing upsurge in the country would take an ugly, even Fascist turn rather than leading toward the kind of conservatism National Review had promoted."[56]
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Tootzie? Pejorative and very very 1950s époque dépassée.
Can you F-ing read? I mean, CAN YOU F-ING READ? What does "the far right wing conservatives said"?
It was written by Robert W. Welch, Jr. who was the president of the John Birches and is an INDIVIDUAL and if he is a Conservative, Obama is a Stalinist-Communist!!!
Also, you can always find a few loonies on both sides of the political equations. Yes, IHMO Eisenhower was left of center but "Tootzie" wants to imply that everyone that is a birther, is a far right extremest when that is not the case!

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162637 Jul 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Ellen1 wrote:
<quoted text>
When Eisenhower was president, the far right wing conservatives said that he was a communist and a "traitor."
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
And I am sure you can prove that, Tootzie?
<quoted text>
Can you F-ing read? I mean, CAN YOU F-ING READ? What does "the far right wing conservatives said"?
It was written by Robert W. Welch, Jr. who was the president of the John Birches and is an INDIVIDUAL and if he is a Conservative, Obama is a Stalinist-Communist!!!
Also, you can always find a few loonies on both sides of the political equations. Yes, IHMO Eisenhower was left of center but "Tootzie" wants to imply that everyone that is a birther, is a far right extremest when that is not the case!
Welch was the founder of the Nazi/fascist unpatriotic traitor-like John Birch society. Don't forget that.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#162638 Jul 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh, when Jimmy Carter left, EVERY got better!
It was very appropriate that they name a submarine after Jimmy Carter as you seldom see submarines where as aircraft carriers are very visible.
Like the USS Ronald Reagan!!!
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm sure that submarine crews will thank you for demeaning their courageous undersea service.
Again Jacqueau, where did YOU READ that I demeaned any of our service men or women??? But the way, this is a cousin from my mother's side of the family who was lost on the USS Tang and did not make it home from WWII. Also note he was awarded the Sliver Star!
Now, if you want me to stop calling you Jacqueau, learn to f-ing read!!!
http://www.oneternalpatrol.com/ericksen-l-h.h...

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162639 Jul 5, 2013
P.S. : And was not speaking as an individual, but as president-founder of that looney-tooney but dangerous far-right grouping, the John Birch society.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#162640 Jul 5, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
crappiest engines : Lycoming
85% of all certified light airplane use Lycomings! The Lycoming T-53 and T-55 engines where developed in the 1950s and they are still flying. Sure Honeywell bought out their turbine engine line but the Chinooks Canada is buying come with (Lycoming) Honeywell T-55s.
Pdamerica org

West Sayville, NY

#162641 Jul 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
You know he is leaving Fox News, don't you? Megyn Kelley is taking his time slot.
I don't think O'Lielly is leaving FOX NEWS Republican Propaganda Channel.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162642 Jul 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh, when Jimmy Carter left, EVERY got better!
It was very appropriate that they name a submarine after Jimmy Carter as you seldom see submarines where as aircraft carriers are very visible.
Like the USS Ronald Reagan!!!
<quoted text>
Again Jacqueau, where did YOU READ that I demeaned any of our service men or women??? But the way, this is a cousin from my mother's side of the family who was lost on the USS Tang and did not make it home from WWII. Also note he was awarded the Sliver Star!
Now, if you want me to stop calling you Jacqueau, learn to f-ing read!!!
http://www.oneternalpatrol.com/ericksen-l-h.h...
Number 1, if correctly spelled, it's Jacquot;

Number 2, did I ever object? Why the threat?

Number 3, What's with the last two posts and the f-ing vocabulary? Frustrated at being wrong at every turn and being shown proof that you ask for without ever supplying any? Still waiting for 2 requests from proof asked yesterday. And YOU ask for proof?

Number 4, You did demean submarine crews by saying carrier crews were better, example : carrier Ronald Reagan which is visible and sub Jimmy Carter which is invisible. Grateful to your cousin and all on board the Tang for their ultimate sacrifice.

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