[jhb_airlines] Re: JHB Mugshots at IFC

  • From: Mike Lucas <mhlucas@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2006 11:19:11 +0000

I think I will have to be very discreet about any references to a vibrator on a 'family' list ... In particular, I won't say anything about still having to twiddle one or two knobs to find the optimum amount of vibration. Nor about the effect that it's had on SWMBO (she's had to move from the small sitting room directly under my flight deck to the 'front room' to watch TV).

More sordid detail in due course ...

Mike L

Mike Brook wrote:
Alex -
Thanks for the post, it was good to meet up with you and the Pilot Club folk. I hope that you all got home safely. You are dead right, the 2006 Pooley's for GBP5.00 was a total bargain <g>. Luckily I managed to snap one up before they all vanished. They were selling almost as fast as the 'Buttkicker' contraption that bolts onto the underside of your flying chair and delivers a 7.5 Hz excitation (I use that word carefully, you'll have to ask Mike Lucas whether it is an accurate description ... <VBG>). Sorry that I missed FrankF and Andy on Sunday, the Model Railway exhibition was simply too good to leave and by the time I got to Hall 3A it was waaaay past closing time... MikeB

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    *Sent:* Sunday, December 03, 2006 8:38 PM
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    *Subject:* [jhb_airlines] JHB Mugshots at IFC

    A few of my pictures from the weekend can be found:


    What a great weekend! wonderful to meet so many people at last!
    .....even if Frank Fisher kept forgetting my name...he did redeem
    himself by finding a ruddy brilliant deal at the AFE stand, the
    pilots freeflight atlas and the UK airspace full length chart for
    just £20 (save a good £2)

    Although to be honest the star deal of the show was the Pooleys VFR
    flight guides 2006 for just £5 or free with any purchase over £30.
    The 3 stalls that sold them had run out by 2pm on the first day and
    they did a good deal more on the second day.

    I also picked up a bargain on the Garry Summons stall, he had a load
    of old aerodrome charts and booklets for sale, after a bit of
    digging I found a Airbus A319/320/321 operational training manual
    handbook. 300+ pages and with all the Airbus updates to 03, snapped
    it up for £15 after a bit of haggling, where as AFE were selling a
    reproduction quick cockpit guidebook for £35 with only 70 pages.

    Anyway, hope you enjoy the pictures! there's plenty more where they
    came from!


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