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  • aviator
    started a topic I am officially a "Southern Gentleman"

    I am officially a "Southern Gentleman"

    https://www.cityscopemag.com/city-scope/in-full-flight/

    Scroll down for the best.

  • Riverfurm
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    Great article. "Mani" a man of many talents!

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  • jpel
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    Congrats on all counts Mani!

    Jim

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  • aviator
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    It was a write up on local guys who owned and flew. The mag heard from some one and called my office.

  • R111S
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    Congrats Mani and thanks for Your Service to our Country!

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  • 802Mike
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    "Flying Without Wings"

  • K1DUDE
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    Nice article Mani. I was surprised there was no mention of your passion for motorcycling as well.

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  • Susan
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    Excellent write up, Mani! Reading it made me think of Pink Floyd's 'Learning to Fly'.

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  • FR4N
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    Great article, Mani. And yeah, they DID save the best until last
    When all this shit is over, you're welcome to pack up the family and fly that thing in a south-easterly direction.

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  • Kneedragger
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    Congrats, Mani... and a beautiful aircraft!!

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  • 955i
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    What a nice article on all the "gentleman." Yours was particularly nice, Mani. Flying with your kiddos is just the best. I flew with mine. My son is now a Capt. and a flight instructor for NATO.

    I've been flying since I was a kid. First with my Dad, and since 1983, with my Comanche 250. (But today, I just heard from the FAA that they are going to deny my 3rd Class Medical unless I do a stress test and some other stupid stuff including an echo-cardiogram. They should just follow me around for a day. Last Saturday, I was one of only about 400 for 2000 cyclist to make it through 32 miles of mud and single track before my derailer and brakes gave up the ghost. I was in a 100 mile "race." (We all had to carry the bikes at least a mile, in the worst parts.)
    Last edited by 955i; 03-20-2020, 09:19 PM.

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  • Pete_Tallahassee
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    Mani, You are a "Southern Gentleman"

    Great write up!

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  • aviator
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    I am waiting for Joe's comment. Will be interesting. To say the least. Ha Ha.

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  • 802Mike
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    I have to admit though that as I scrolled down the article of you my eyes
    fell on that beautiful English Cocker Spaniel... I think that's my next dog!

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  • 802Mike
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    Congratulations Mani...

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