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brett

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  1. Amazing bit of kit and a flight simmers dream. As a misplaced New Yorker it's a pleasure to hear that accent again.
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    Mt St Michel

    Great shots, I would love to check out the interior of that place after looking at images of it. Anyone else enjoying the heat haze coming from those big pipes in MSFS.
  3. I'm not seeing them. I did take your first address and after pushing the button on the bottom left, 'Insert image from URL' and copying it into the pop up box and then pressing, 'Insert into Post' the image appeared into my post. Hope that helps Alan.
  4. I'm digging that Red Baron bike but is it impressing all the ladies he hopes.
  5. I did look it up on Wiki https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_P6M_SeaMaster and it didn't make much sense although they thought so at the time. Still it was sharp looking and the takeoff water spray must have been a sight to see.
  6. What a cool spot for an airport, great landing Wilson.
  7. Didn't look like much of an update, eh? I do need to travel to other areas but I have been enjoying flying around my home state because it was never really covered well in my last sim. I am also still trying to get used to the flight dynamics such as the increased float during landing and the same lack of friction along with a few other things, this also might be on my part since being away from flight simming for a piece.
  8. I thought mfs was getting rid of all those bounding boxes, maybe it was a ghost?
  9. When Pete first noticed that his Johnson was growing larger And had more staying power, Pete was delighted, as was Kate. But... After several weeks, his Johnson had grown so that it was dragging on the ground. Pete became quite concerned. He was having problems dressing, and even walking. So Kate and Pete went to see a prominent urologist. After an initial examination, the doctor explained to them that, Though rare, Pete's condition (Donkey Doodle) could be fixed through corrective surgery. "How long will he be on crutches?" Kate asked anxiously. "Crutches? Why w
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