Around the World in a Cub?

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  1. Nov 30, 2010 #1

    Alan Waters

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    Dana

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    Didja check out the other links? That guy is a nut case.

    -Dana

    Life is a sexually transmitted disease.
     
  3. Dec 1, 2010 #3

    Alan Waters

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    Wild and Crazy. Sounds like he enjoyed himself.
     
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    This guy is awesome. The US Dept of Homeland Security detained him for 10 days in solitary without letting him talk to anyone after he landed on the Bush ranch then blocked all media coverage in the USA.

    Heres a couple quotes from his short online bio.

    "Having won over 120 allegations, brought by the South Wales police, he is now currently leading numerous Actions, including several at the Court of Appeal. His current Actions, for civil damages against South Wales Police, include costs claimed by the Police for over £800,000 whilst abusing MAPPA regulations to try to have him shot but have to accept a Broadmoor prison sentance, for life, instead."

    "In 1963 he began a veterinary career studying veterinary medicine at Bristol University, during which time, he also became a climbing instructor in North Wales, hitch hiked 8000 miles around North America and paddled the English Channel in a home made canoe after swimming the ‘Iron Curtain' at the height of the Cold War. He hitched, jumped trains or hid in the back of trucks to get across Australia, New Guinea and New Zealand. He was also commissioned into the Royal Air Force Reserve, making him eligible for not just one final year reunion, each year, but three! Needless to say he had problems with his University exams."

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPQxO5WW7s4
     
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    Yep, he is no doubt a "Free Spirit." You won't catch me flying with him-I just hope he survives all of his adventures O.K.
     
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    Sounds like my kind of person. Not afraid to live. Dan
     

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