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On your Six Nov 20, 2019
- choppergirl was last seen:
- Dec 9, 2019 at 3:54 PM
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Discordia Violence aka Eris aka Choppergirl
I bought my 1st airplane project, Dorothy, a 1981 DSK Flatlander Volmer Jensen VJ-24w, on ebay for $38.
I bought my 2nd airplane project, Alice, a Chotia Woodhopper with two new old stock engines for $99, off Barnstormers.
My 3rd airplane project, Jennie Poorgirl, a Poorboy Pusher UL, I got free.
Victoria, my aircraft carrier, was a free rusty boat trailer off of Craigslist.
☠ ☠ ☠ I use to build a video game ☠ ☠ ☠
to make the most viscious and brutal online aerial combat ever.
My arena was a poetry of debris and destruction raining from the sky.
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"Mademoiselle, vous êtes la première aero-chauffeuse du monde!" -- Santos Dumont, 1903
May your world be filled with struggle,
violence, discord, strife, creativity, and innovation.
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Your wingspan is 18.5ft, the bridge clearance is 18 ft, would it be a cool trick if you deliberately skidded your airplane under the bridge? This is the kind of thing I think of bored at parties while boys are trying to chat me up.Then I think, how about riding the rails like a skateboarder with your landing gear along a high voltage steel distribution cable. Wouldn't the lightning discharge be epic cool as your plane jumped to equal voltage potential with the line?
What if I had a grappling hook bolt and spring on the end of your wing, and I shot it out at a free standing telephone pole in an empty field, so I became like a control line airplane with an ever tightening radius accelerating around the pole, until at maximum aircraft survivable speed, I released the grappling hook link and continued in a straight line. What about solid rockets pointed in various directions on the tail of my plane, that could be electronically fired to spin me around 180 degrees or more during a stall, and be blown off and ejected when I wanted to end the turn, again with a button.