um one question begs to be answered...Bathroom options? One of the thoughts floating around in my head gives a new meaning to pissin in the wind
External catheter w/ a hose down one's pant leg or launch unzipped w/ ready access to your Johnson. I've tired and cannot pee in the air to save my life. I thought I had a bad case of bashful bladder in public restrooms when sober but flying really makes me nervous and it's a lost cause.
I like the end where you can see them max-out on altitude, with huge amounts of drift over the ground due to the tailwind, and then go on final glide. Lots of strategy blowing by in this high-speed video!
um one question begs to be answered...Bathroom options?
Always unzip before launching when going XC. Here at King Mtn its essential on most flights. Hydrating is overated for most flights under 6hrs, you'll live without drinking water for the most part. Don't stick a tube up your d*** or wear a condom. Just pull it out for crying out loud and raise your feet. For you short dicks you may have to let go of the base tube.
Ladies, can use depends usually, but you have to be real man for that option,
Thanks Jonathan for the overlay flight thing whatever its called. They are great, i really like the little gliders. Keep'em coming. _________________ Alan Paylor
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That was awesome NME!
That music suited it well, had my foot tapping, great flight
Thanks Bondy! Better the lads than this old fart. I've done my share of X/C covering large distances just drifting at 25-30 MPH while turning circles thermalling. I'd love to go next year and try for the Falcon distance record. I have zero desire to spend 11 hours on a topless unless flying supine. Of course if beer and autopilots were legal I might just be persuaded otherwise.
Jonny's mum posted this political cartoon gem from the Oz press. That's the Prime Minister hanging by the thread.
.....Will be interesting to see how the next day record attempts measure up with better conditions expected.
Glenn did 290 miles today (Thursday) and I think I read that the coming weather isn't as good as it was on July 3. So, I'm not sure what's to come aside from new PBs and other class records? Overall, this has been a very good year for US new site records. Take a look at this amazing flight a former PG acquaintance of mine from Santa Barbara did from his new home in Idaho: http://scpa.info/bb/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2593. I've attached his track log. This pilot has 'nads' that eclipse the sun.