Posts Tagged ‘propeller’

Rec and Parking: BMW’s Roundel is Practically a Parking Pass for RPD, an Organization Disconnected from La Raza

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

Just saying.

BMW roundels, which DO NOT represent spinning propeller blades, apparently, are not the problem, but they are one symptom of the problem.

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The problem is that RPD is clubby and conservative, a bastion for those who decidedly are not like the people of Frisco.

Oh well.

Never Seen This: Brand-New Alenia C-27J Spartan Over Frisco

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

Here’s your background

U.S. Air Force shelving brand new C-27J Spartan aircraft after spending millions.

I guess those are six-bladed propellers:

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I don’t know who’s operating this machine…

Flat-Hatting, 94129 – Flying So Close to the Presidio, People Could Read Your Registration Number, Except You Don’t Have One

Tuesday, August 18th, 2015

Flat-hatting.

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Altitude Restrictions –

  • Over Congested Areas – when over any city, town or settlement, a pilot shall maintain 1000’ above the highest obstacle within a horizontal distance of 2000’
  • Over other than congested areas – 500 AGL is the minimum altitude and must not get within 500 feet to any person, vessel or vehicle
  • Anywhere a plane is flying, he must have time to land if he has engine failure”

Is This Piper Cherokee Over San Francisco Operating at Minimum Safe Altitude? You Make The Call

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Was this airplane at least 500 feet above Pacific Heights as it journeyed north the other day?

I don’t know. I don’t think so.

Planes is dangerous.

This Huge Emblem at the Front of Our Standard Oil Building at 225 Bush Looks a Tribute to Global Warming

Friday, January 4th, 2013

See?

Petroleum powers cars and ships – I suppose that’s The Message from the Builders of 225 Bush.

Contrast that with the message from the current owners of 225 Bush found on this Wiki entry, which reads like an advertisement for potential tenants.

Or in other words, “This article’s tone or style may not reflect the encyclopedic tone used on Wikipedia.”

Indeed.