feels like a missed opportunity in this age of video. turn that into a 1 minute Youtube clip and everyone is going to want to watch it. i guess it draws people to their page which is the intent, but still..if you're out there filming, why not up the bar a little?
@e90m3 so i dropped out of engineering and took an online buisness degree.
first sem of buisness, 2.5GP
2nd sem: 1.3 brought my to a 1.8 average. got put on warning and told to sharpen up.
3rd sem: i got a 2.1, bringing me uip to a 1.9 still under the 2.0 I needed, but because I was heading the the right direction, they gave me one mroe semester.
I then got dumped, and made it my goal to annoy my ex and be the person she wished she had. dropped from 24% body fat to 8%, gained 10lbs, and my GPA that semester after was a 4.2. I actually got accused of cheating, had to redo an exam, and scored HIGHER on the retest.
that was a while ago. Now i'm in logistics and trying to claw my way up
@bicyclebuck well, not the city - in the towns, you can still get small lots sometimes
The trick there is finding places that will allow you to put up a trailer or tiny house. Many municipalities only allow that type of building in mobile home parks. In the Baton Rouge area, you can't put one up unless you are outside the city, have a minimum of three acres (for septic), or have access to city-provided sewer and water, or are in a mobile home park which provides those services. The cheapest lot I found in Baton Rouge is $60,000 and sits in the 100-year floodplain. You can build there, but the base flood elevation is three feet higher than the ground elevation. The finished floor height would have to be five feet off the ground to meet regulations. One option would be a first floor garage (no living space) with a house on top. The downside is that it would be really expensive to insure anything in that garage. Sure, you could drive away - if you knew the flood was coming. A friend of mine woke up one morning when his hand fell off the couch and into the water that had flooded his house. Neither of his dogs barked to warn him. They just climbed up on the couch with him. 🙂
@ttyymmnn@Shop-Teacher so jealous, We try really hard but my my son’s behavior is just barely adequate at restaurants. And my wife hates cooking so we eat out a lot. I at least mostly manage to keep him from disturbing other customers
Flogger pilots were confident that they could defeat USAF F-4 Phantoms, but the new F-16 Falcons were judged to be a fair match, and the F-15 Eagles were feared.
Funnily enough the -23s that aren't the export specials might have come out ahead of the Viper, since early Vipers didn't have BVR capabilities, strike fighter first and all that.
The Flogger's advanced design and ongoing QC issues
The cockpit design isn't very good, although it is from the age before ergonomics were seriously considered in aircraft cockpit design. Early variants also handled horribly at high angles of attack. Some Constant Peg accounts go as far as to say that it tried to kill them every flight... and one actually killed General Robert Bond, although stupidity on his part also did a lot of work (pretty surprised you didn't manage to wedge that in).
@hammerheadfistpunch Well "Dad" (don't know his name) really has it right. It seems like Wrangler/Bronco is like Coke/Pepsi in that they're so fundamentally similar that it's probably just going to come down to personal preference. i.e.: Neither has a substantive advantage over the other, so just get what you like.