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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Bones, Mar 19, 2019.
The Titanic is riding low in the water … just sayin
Pretty cool ! Perhaps if we instilled as much wonder and awe in our children for creating things with great efficiency as we do for creating things with great speed ? Of course I grew up flying balsa aircraft powered with rubber bands ........
He ain't no Denzel!
"Although l didn't build balsa and rice paper rubber-powered planes as a kid (though my older brother did), I had about a million of these little stick planes, the 'Sleek Streek'. They flew very well, and cost 25 cents at the dime store.
“Sleek Streek” ROG (ca late 1950’s) – The model flying enthusiast’s favorite ROG in NP’s line-up was undoubtedly the Sleek Streek … produced from the early 1950’s into the 70’s. This example is probably an early version with its low 25 cent price. Its outstanding performance was credited to great wing stability, perfect balance and the remarkable efficiency of its propeller. A confirmed pilot report indicated a Streek was spotted cruising gracefully in a thermal at an altitude of 5,000 feet."
Titillating. Reminds me of another show aimed at blowing your mind and expanding your consciousness at the same time.
This is a copy of my last. Always made me smile floating through the air !
Bones, how deep was the youtube rabbit hole that led to you finding this video????
Some more important stuff here. I would find it funny but I think these things sell for as much as a Tele...
"I was feeling better about it after several hours of sanding and polishing" makes it seem not much different than a Tele.
I think there's a young couple... Awww you know, you saw the movie.
Now right there is a man whose really had it with life!
That video would've held my interest more is it had been voiced by Morgan Freeman.
Great Post !!!
I've always been interested in auto body repair.