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Monday, September 18, 2006

Something to brighten up your Monday - For a chuckle of note from Philip Booysen.

Hi all BERG Members

Here's something I want to share with you.

It is a "not-your-average" RC Glossary :-)

Piet, Evan and Charl reviewed some of it, and yes, they did
find it quite funny :-)

An example or two:

The Walk of Shame:

A common term to R/C slope pilots that refers to when you crash or land near the slope base.
Submitted by: BJ Hahn, Tooele, UT, USA

Big Sky Theory
When two airplanes mid-air in large open flying space.

Chuckle Buckle
When your plane's wings buckle and fold in mid-air during an extremely
"High-G" manuever.

RC non-combat ace
The nitwit who turns on his Xmitter without having the pin and shoots down

Amount of sympathy your wife gives you after a crash.

Happy reading (and chuckling)

Send in By Philip Booysen.

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