propblast

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  1. Two crashes in one day by performing units. Pretty unreal. And it sounds like The pilot that perished took it in to save a lot of lives. Propblast
  2. The original intent is pretty clear from the language at its very beginning, "A well regulated militia . . . ." As the Second is currently applied, it's already unrecognizable from that. your second amendment ignorance is overwhelming Tell me again which "well regulated militia" you belong to? None? Hmmm... You can't take just one part and ignore the rest of the amendment. What does the entire thing say again? Propblast
  3. Have they broke ground? Where in Tampa? It is a ridiculously large area :) Propblast
  4. Your completely illogical and unfactual post is FOS. You can. It's in the national election without Id or could for years At a federal polling booth. You haven't been able to do that at a federal firearms dealer in decades. I'm sure you will try to bring up some private sale nonsense which is outside the Argument of your origional post as it lacks government involvement. Stop posting on emotion. For years I have awaited the day you grow up and actually get educated on this topic as you seem a smart guy. Sadly 2016 appears it will go as others. Propblast
  5. I'm glad you are ok with this invasion of your privacy. A slippery slope it is. Someday maybe you will realize that. Propblast
  6. This is a good option. The unit would benefit from the historical artifacts and it would help preserve your loved ones legacy. War trophies are apart of war and should be displayed so folks don't forget. Propblast
  7. Raising a beer to Bill. BLUE SKIES Propblast
  8. I don't know honestly. Hey who was the pilot of that plane in the video? I'm curious. Propblast
  9. It does have everything to do with the subject of this thread. Propblast
  10. What are the criteria for a successful night jump? As far as I can see, being alive at the end is the only one. This doesn't demonstrate the development of any particular skill.You can land in a tree, on a roof, or dangling from a power line and still log the night jump. The night jump as a requirement is an anachronism. If we wish to add advanced skills to the most advanced license, those skills should be relevant to the type of jumping that skydivers are most likely to pursue. Living through a night jump is not a skill, it is just a rite of passage inherited from days long gone. Advanced skills worth developing would include CRW, head down, sit, wingsuit and swooping, all of which are pursued regularly at just about any good sized DZ, and each of which has some kind of performance metric that can be applied beyond "I did it and lived". Congrats professor as per usual you are right. There is no skill to jumping at night. It just happens. No planning no execution you just fall. Propblast
  11. Fantastic Video Gary. I really enjoyed all 1 plus minutes. Propblast
  12. B life requires a canopy control prof card. Or has that changed again? Propblast