- Jul 31, 2021
Thanks Rod,I really don't think old is bad. He'll I'm 63 myself. I remember when we used to make cooling coils for are aircraft motors to run in our boats and our drive dogs tightened onto our flex shafts, if it spun on the shaft no more prop lol. I am by no means into all the technology offered today. I can set up a boat or plane, no problem but the radio is something that I have my problems with. I joined this site for the knowledge and camaraderie that it instills. My father used to tell us when listening to someone older to sit on your but and keep your mouth shut and you might learn something and as usual he was right. Would enjoy the opportunity to sit and talk sometime if a time arises. You can bring the olives and I'll supply the rest.lolGood Idea Michael,,lets all have a nice cool drink,I like olives too and not that kool aid stuff,,yuk lol It's often too easy to write/read context the wrong way and insult or feel insulted, often without intent , I do see Frank's point about what makes you feel better about yourself,,I too have a 7 year old phone,that I don't even use for the internet ,the small screen,lack of a real k/board and the app stuff , flakey probs and bugs does my head in,lol but,I learned to build my own pc,years ago and built a few,,loaded with both win xp and win 7 and I can maintain it and fix most probs,which happen very rarely.
And I definitely see your point Michael,and appreciate your expereince with flight and boats,,all the hassle with clip boards and/or radio impounds,,Hell,,I remember some guy's boat being out of control, because someone turned their radio on without thinking,and another time someone/s radio in the impound tent had been left on or accidentally switched on,,I will be learning to embrace the 2.4 system,with its many different options and adjustability,memory,as I can't find any FM 36Mhz receivers(old flight frequency used in Australia) for my old transmitter to get another boat running,,otherwise I would just use my old stuff lol and Yes,,we should all appreciate each others experiences.alternatives and suggestions