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Victor Bravo
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Victor Bravo

Well-Known Member, from KWHP, Los Angeles CA, USA

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    1. Mike B
      Mike B
      "and Elvis is sitting on top of Obama's birth certificate". Always a reason to bring Obama into the conversation isn't there? You do realize that the State Department conducts an extensive background check on anyone running for President and we're talking a little bit more involved than contacting someone's former boss at Taco Bell for a reference. Even Donald Trump and the Koch bro's with all their billions of dollars haven't been able to find the "real" birth certificate. Nearly 8 years later and we're still waiting.

      But maybe you're right. After Obama was born in a mud hut in Kenya the local voodoo priest had a vision he would be President one day so his mother called in a birth notice to a Honolulu newspaper to cover his ass. Did you also know that as a 2 year old he was the shooter on the grassy knoll?
    2. Pete Plumb
      Pete Plumb
      I just mentioned you in the model weight post!

      Any way you could fly up here? Building the Staggerwing uppers and we need to talk about the Avid. I'd come down but totally slammed here until the end of the year.
    3. Victor Bravo
      Victor Bravo
      Thanks ! What kind of biplane is that in your avatar photo... looks like a reduced scale D-7 with a VW???
    4. Mark W
      Mark W
      I have enjoyed and concur with your posts. You have an interesting dialogue and profile. Mark W
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    KWHP, Los Angeles CA, USA
    Current / Future projects:
    Cessna 172 tailwheel conversion and FAA approval (currently 75% complete)
    Single seat low-cost sportplane (to be started in the near future)
    Former 15m sailplane racer and record holder 1981-87, former IF-1 air race pilot 1988-89, holder of FAA STC-PMA EZ Flap manual flap upgrade device. Have owned 4 racing sailplanes, 4 Taylorcrafts, a J-3, an RV-3, AA-1-150, and now a 1956 172 being converted to tailwheel. Working as a grant proposal writer in Los Angeles.

    Almost anything that flies. Interests on this forum include low-power single-seat sport and efficiency aircraft.


    "Everything in this book may be wrong."
    Richard Bach, Illusions

    "Common sense is so rare today, it should be reclassified as a superpower!"

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