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Extreme Flying article
« on: January 04, 2012, 03:19:20 PM »
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Re: Extreme Flying article
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2012, 04:47:58 AM »
For your general amusement, especially if you find (as I do) the world of smaller (read cheaper) 3D aircraft to be of interest, here are a couple of good links. First of all, the Pro Bro site:

     http://www.theprofilebrotherhood.com/forum/index.php

Now, unfortunately, there are some folks choose to look down upon folks like these, who just "wanna have fun". And the Pro Bro folks do have fun!

The Pro Bros sometimes refer to themselves as the honey badgers of the rc world. The what? Well, if you haven't heard of the animal, just take a look at this (but hold onto your chair, so that you don't hurt yourself as you keel over with laughter):

   
The Crazy Nastyass Honey Badger (original narration by Randall)


Now, if you enjoyed that one, and if you are a fan of Mythbusters, the next item is for you. Apparently, Discovery Channel got Randall to narrate this ad for MB. I haven't seen it on TV yet,  but I did find it out on the interwebs:

MythBusters- Randall's Busters


 :laugh:   :laugh:
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Re: Extreme Flying article
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2012, 07:30:02 AM »
Been a Probro for 6 yrs. Now you know where I got my bad habits from, ;D If you want to learn about prop sefety, check it out. They aren't squemish like some websites that wouldn't put it up with the blood and guts. Sure makes it sink in.
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