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Suspect Use Of A Machine

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p.s. I guess someone figured the off-topic injection warranted the triple reputation ding...all's fair, I suppose.

 

you get used to it

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Thank god. When I saw the title of this forum I thought it was a video someone took of me years ago that has finally surfaced.

 

Not me.

 

Looks like everyone had fun though.

 

HA! That cracks me up, you didn't happen to be a support pilot for certain west coast heli-logging operations at anytime did you?

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Very risky business. The potential for mast bumping is very high when 200 hundred pounders are jumping off at different times. The next video we'll see will have the maim rotor blades departing the fuselage.

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Amazing skills mate! Only down under....

Anyone who has ever seen the bits and pieces flying after a helicopter accident knows why this type of "entertainment" is not seen anymore.

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No one will argue with you Chopper_guy

This was in 1990 during the Royal Easter Show in Sidney Australia. The original Snoopy pilot was Major Ross Ryndell.

Acknowledging one's talent does not mean promoting unsafe behavior.

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