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  1. Doing fine Bro How about Tha Vaginas of Navaronne Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  2. The Vaginator Vaginator 2 - Judgment day Vaginator 3 - Rise of the Machines Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  3. Mark, My most sincere condolences. You and Reed's family and friends are in our thoughs and prayers. We are mourning your loss. JM Le Grand and family Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  4. I did use their website submission and demoed a Pilot 150. I got a reply in a timely fashion and was able to demo the quanopy requested within a few days. JM Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  5. EG from EG Sky Technologies is off the Brooklyn bridge in Ft Lee NJ. Contac info at Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  6. One was done at Great Meadow in NoVA. Organized by the USPA. Crowd was estimated around 20,000 Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  7. I started skydiving 17 years ago when I was single. A few years later, I got married and soon we had a child. I then decided to take a break in order to dedicate my spare time and finances to my wife and child. The break lasted for 10 years. My wife never said I wish you quit or whatever. I was my decision to take a break. I really wanted to dedicate my life to be a hubby and dad. I have had no regrets of having made that choice. When I decided to resume jumping, the first thing I did was to get insurance coverage so they would not have to deal with the financial burden that could result in case of accident or death. Also of an important note was to discuss it with my wife, as she is not a jumper. They have always come first and always will. Skydiving is not my top priority, they are. I am very lucky that she is very supportive. Therefore I make sure that there is a fair balance in my free time. It implies that I am not at the DZ all Sats and Sundays. Just most Saturdays only. The rest of the free time I spend it with them. As far as taking a more conservative approach, yes definitely. In the end, it's very specific to each individual/couple. What works for some does not for others. JM Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  8. I was going to ask the same question Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  9. Radioshak carries them as well Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  10. Hi Pedro, What Doug said Skydive virginia is a great DZ. Te mandé un e-mail hermano!!! Confirmame tus fechas!! Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  11. And another one. On my knees. Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  12. I have one, an RW suit. I am very pleased with it. Very well constructed, very solid (I did abused it with several not so good landings ). Great customer service and good prices. I would buy again from EG with no hesitation. Here are a few pics (blue suit and silver full face) Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  13. I wouldn't be surprised if you are right about the resolution/quality. I too believe that it is a very interesting setup for personnal/fun footage. Probably not for commercial, as in selling it to tandems/students. I guess that in the future, as same with the bullet cams, we will see a great improvement of resolution/quality and thus it will be an excellent alternative for shooting tandems ect... Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  14. If I am not mistaken, the original poster is asking about the goggle cam and not the bullet lipstick cam. There is an ad for it on Skydiving Magazine. It is a tiny camera lens that is attached to the inside of the goggles, on the frame. I found a pic of it on the web, but this one has the cam mounted on the ouside instead of the inside. Anyway, it gives you an idea. edited: cuz I forgot to attach the pic Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  15. Good to hear it's taken care of. And thanks for letting us know.
  16. Same with me. I have ordered several times from him. Including very recently, and I have always been very happy with the quality and customer service. Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  17. Requirements: USPA “B” License Documented proof of 100 jumps Current USPA membership Other Stuff: You will need the 2005 additions of the USPA Skydivers Information Manual and Instructor Rating Manual to attend the course. It is strongly recommended that every candidate study all material concerning USPA’s ISP program in the SIM and the entire Coach section in the IRM. The more familiar everyone is with the material, the more quickly the lectures and demos will go. Pre-course requirements on the Coach Proficiency Card may be completed after successful completion of the course. No rating will be issued until the all blocks on the card are signed off. All signoff blocks must be completed within two years of each other to obtain the rating. I is strongly recommended that all candidates get to work on the pre-course requirements now and hone their belly flying skills! Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  18. Since you are visiting these DZs which have great stores, don't order anything. As suggested try several brands and pick the one that fits you best. Have fun
  19. Also, check with the DZ you are going to. Some do have a gear sales shop and might carry helmets. There is no much difference pricewise in many cases. Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  20. And according to this thread in the Spanish forum, clicky his name is Eric G Peterson from Kents Hills Maine, and is know to jump at Skydive New England. He post here and his user name is dex Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  21. Two years after, no problems whatsoever. Still look exactly the same
  22. A box of tacos. We tried to pass and eat them on free fall. But... when we opened the box, they flew away . You can see them flying out of the box in this pic Hispas Brothers President HISPA #2,
  23. As many of the above posters have said, better be safe than sorry. I do ground myself without problem if I don't like the conditions. I do pay close attention when the DZ grounds students. Then I make my judgement call based on how steady the winds are (speed, direction, obstacles turbulences ect...) and what the gusts are. If the conditions are not to my liking, I stay on the ground. Congrats on having made the decision that was right for you. I wish more people would do the same, regardless of their experience and skills. Good job!