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Wiggins

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  1. We must polish the Polish furniture. He could lead if he would get the lead out. The farm was used to produce produce. The dump was so full that it had to refuse more refuse. The soldier decided to desert in the desert. This was a good time to present the present. A bass was painted on the head of the bass drum. When shot at, the dove dove into the bushes. I did not object to the object. The insurance was invalid for the invalid. The bandage was wound around the wound. There was a row among the oarsmen about how to row. They were too close to the door to close it. The buck does funny things wh
  2. And then there are tail rotor driveshaft hanger bearings.
  3. I used to say the same thing about this crazy biz. In retrospect this business has been very good to me.. I've always been able to buy the homes of my choice, had some toys and never been unemployed. A lot of kids go into a college program that really does not prepare them for any kind of job. With AMT you can have a license after three years. That to me is awesome. I did suggest the program to him but also told him that if he never went into the business I would not care. Who really knows what they want to do when they are eighteen?
  4. By the way I quite sure that upanddown is some sort of nasty teenage habit you have not grown out of.
  5. He is actually very ambitious. At this point he has two offers from folks who know him well. One as I said before is stiff wing maintenance, the other is environmental which involves killing seagulls all summer with birds of prey. The seagull eradication gig pays well and he'd be living at home so for him is a good choice for banking cash for next term. This post was commented upon as being a joke but I felt that using the forum as a kind of old boys network to find him something in helicopter ops would be acceptable. I started as a hangar rat in 83 and have always found jobs since by word of
  6. My Son will be finished his first year of AMT at Canadore College this spring and was wondering if anyone on the forum would know of an AMO looking for summer help. He has something lined up in the stiff wing world but he would much prefer the helicopter route. If you have any suggestions send me (Dave) an Email pts12@videotron.ca
  7. They’re even required to submit a flight plan of the drone’s path through the homes. And the ridiculous regulations start. Soon the wife will have to contact TC before she throws something at me.
  8. As long as nobody onboard had an unsecured purse or camera, I'm sure they were safe as houses.
  9. The wee man got himself a job. http://www.thespec.com/news-story/4236157-ornge-founder-chris-mazza-has-new-job-at-thunder-bay-er
  10. Too bad the Holy Grail of the Canadian Helicopter industry lost forever.
  11. It's lack of PC is what makes it so wonderful. Someone must still have a copy or even better a negative.
  12. Does anyone have a copy of the poster that was sold by the Canadore second years in 83? I would pay for a reproduction to hang in my rec room.
  13. Hopefully this time the RFP is posted in a publication that is read by the correct folks. And that's all I have to say about that.
  14. Sorry it was a bit of sarcasm. Float kits are usually certified with a raft installation. I'm quite sure it is perfectly legal..
  15. For sure that life raft should be safely stowed in the baggage compartment.
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