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       If you are a CONTRACTOR willing to help RESCUE these victims... 9/29/17 So some of these people are hurting badly. I already found one local contractor who was so shocked by reading about case #3, that he said to me: "I have young daughters myself. This is NOT right. It's getting late in the summer, but I would love to see those girls enjoy their promised pool for what's left of the warm weather. I will be more than willing to heavily discount our services to get the pool going. We normally do Air Conditioning work, so the rest of that mess is not our main line of work. However, let's go there, see what all is going on, and discuss with the homeowner..." So we have a meeting set up with the hopeful homeowners for next...
How NOT to approach a boat - Reasons why explained below... PART 3    "Moggy's Tuna Manual"    "Handling your helicopter" Chapter 3-A    Different techniques for landing                   (Been there, done that;...
Approaching the Calipso by Sven A.Saeboe PART 2    "Moggy's Tuna Manual"    "Job offers and job duties" Chapter 2-A  "Your Job Offer: Legitimate questions you SHOULD ask"                     (But have some...
Whew, it seems like there has been such contention in the forums lately; a little more one-sidedness, a little less understanding. There's more of "my way or the highway" and less of "can we talk about this and maybe get somewhere?" I've seen name-calling, words dripping with sarcasm, and someone keeps singing a song I don't know. . . something about kumbaya. Is that like...
Ch.1-E     Herding, and the 'tow-line';  the Brown Ball, speedboats, netboats, green dye, seal bombs, underwater breathing devices 1)     Herding, and the 'tow-line'; speedboats and net boats. I want to mention at this stage the concept of 'herding'. We will talk about it again under Section 3 (Handling your...
Chapter 1-D    Radio buoys,  Bird radar,  Dirty tricks and Sculduggery 1)   Radio Buoys I have already mentioned radio buoys a few times. It is a common tool in the tuna industry. What you have got is basically a long aerial, maybe twelve to fifteen feet high. At the base is a round, circular body, with a diameter of...
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I'm real relieved that "Moggy's Tuna Manual" is finally published, and here is the link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/588931 Unlike the other series, "Blip on the Radar" and...
Posted 6/10/2013      Kentucky Fried God - New Cyberportal One of the issues we ran into, as the site grew steadily bigger, was the fact that people would say they were visiting for the...
    Posted 6/10/2013      WWW.HELISTORIAS.COM I have received a lot of interest over the years from Spanish speaking helicopter pilots, who expressed a wish to read our stories in...
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