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Citation Sovereign, a boolean adventure (Read 28889 times)
Reply #105 - 16th Apr, 2007 at 2:43pm

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Felix , i always wondered what that word meant could you enlighten me please ... its not used in Quebec
 

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Reply #106 - 16th Apr, 2007 at 3:42pm

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Felix , i always wondered what that word meant could you enlighten me please ... its not used in Quebec  


Hip-Hop cultural slang for "flashy jewlery" and also to a lifestyle built around excess spending and ostentation.  Cool

The word "bling" was coined by the rap family Cash Money Millionaires in the late 1990s

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Reply #107 - 16th Apr, 2007 at 7:07pm

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Ah... i see that i have been on this mountain for two long and that  .wikipedia.org is something i should bookmark.
That said a necklace would not be out of place although a set of rails is outta the question . Thanks Fr.Bill good to know that amoung your other traits i can include being " hip " ... or is the term so outdated people think its a body part . CJ
 

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Reply #108 - 16th Apr, 2007 at 8:25pm

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A nice pearl necklace, perhaps a charm bracelet, and a ring would be appropriate.

Please though, no piercings, no nose ring, no nose "diamond stud" and for heaven's sake no lip piercing!  Shocked
 

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Reply #109 - 17th Apr, 2007 at 9:37pm

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A pearl of wisdom bears fruit ,  threw in a ring and some buttons for good measure



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Reply #110 - 17th Apr, 2007 at 9:54pm

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Very elegant! Wink
 

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Reply #111 - 18th Apr, 2007 at 10:21am

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Chuck, I liked the wine glass... (hicks!) where did it go? (hicks!)... One more boddle, blease!... (hicks!)

The necklace is a good addition, but so it was the wine Smiley
 

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Reply #112 - 18th Apr, 2007 at 11:18am

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Fear not Paco the wine is there when the table is fully extended , and roll out day is getting near ... just a few more gauges to go .


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The first coat of paint has gone on the primer layer , i had looked at hundreds of lines , stripes , decals and went
with the Citation paint sceme that i would have on my own " Livery " and why not after all these are the colors
of the Flight Lab that have graced a number of repaints done over the years under the name of " Hellfire " like the office says 67C Hellfire Air  , clean , simple ,  devilishly chick ... should look real fine with the red engine covers
 

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Reply #113 - 18th Apr, 2007 at 12:03pm

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The lady deserved a special wine... here's a decal if you need one:

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But I'm sorry I can't personally recommend it, this is a cheap 1989 Vega Sicilia ($333). If milady wishes something more exclusive, I can try to seek for a 1960 bottle (at the modest price of $2000)

(By the way, this is the wine which Winston Churcill used to choose, not that year of course).
 

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Reply #114 - 18th Apr, 2007 at 12:13pm

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To honor your input over the many projects people have gained from i shall add a bottle to the table .
 

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Reply #115 - 18th Apr, 2007 at 1:50pm

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Reply #116 - 18th Apr, 2007 at 4:39pm

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What a honour! Smiley
 

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Reply #117 - 18th Apr, 2007 at 7:00pm

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Salut ! a votre sante Paco  Kiss

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Reply #118 - 18th Apr, 2007 at 11:43pm

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More panel work to finish the day and off for a test flight into Katmandu , the weather turned foul and the landing
was a little rough due to the crosswinds but i heard no screaming from the back .. i think she was corked
having finished the bottle over the hour long flight .

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Reply #119 - 19th Apr, 2007 at 11:11pm

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May i present the copilot , he has moved up having gained his rating after many hours spent training.
His first flight in one of my productions was in the NeXT and he has been " reanimated " in order to operate a yolk
instead of a stick , doing this is something that takes time ,  practice and a few tricks of the trade .
The main thing to know is that one need not do all the keyframes on any given part at one time but in stages ,
i like do do the series of the 4 fore and aft rotations in secession and in stages going from 0 to 50 then the left and
right rotators up to 50 and repeat the series from 51 through 100 with the same 8 control nodes that are in the arms.
The other trick i use is to link the hands to the yolk through another rotation node that is also linked to a condition node linked to the main battery so he is not there when all the power is off , he is also linked to the Light Mode switch for running this aircraft with a minimum of parts for frame rate savings in heavy scenery .
Fairly complex this element of the aircraft took about 6 hours of work excluding the " dude "  

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