Your FAA "certificate" means you're supposedly qualified to work on
Since you didn't figure out that an AMRAM is a helicopter airframe repairman
from the clue given ( cetified to repair Navy and civilian (air)craft), I
think you are about as real as a three dollar bill with Obama's picture on
Clue for Beryl: I knew what FAA meant but you don't realize that Navy
training is sufficient to get a civilian airframe repair certificate.
But one thing being FAA certified doesn't do is make you an automotive
And you're not which makes me doubt your FAA "certificate".
So, I told you, in your alter-ego, that you didn't give useful info. It's
interesting you have to put on your red stuporman towel/cape to attempt to
engage in a battle of wits . . . . . . . . .
You need is to realize the world doesn't revolve around you, nor does it
revolve around me.
If you had given good info, I would have listened, but you didn't, then YOU
got snotty about it when told you didn't help any. I musta hurt your itty
Hey, if you're so smart, how does altitude affect engine timing?
I know that several here do know the answer. Now, do you?
You get one guess.
It's amazing how a question pertaining to a vacumn diagram transformed
into a pissing contest over aircraft systems with everybody calling
everybody else (a couple of posters excluded) morons. No wonder this
group died a painful death.
Budd... did you find your problem?? e-mail me if you need. I don't
check this group very often as you can tell.
What you liked about the old days, what made this a fun-filled place,
was that YOU were one of the trolls. That's right, the group regulars,
the a.a.d.t. homies, were the trolls.
I am very pleased to have played a minor role in killing this group.
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