What? It’s true. see for yourself: I’ve had a lot of requests from my viewers to open up about myself and be more relatable. Not really though because I have like two readers (Thank you Amateur Airplanes, Tori, and others). I don’t know if you all ride motorcycles but I do! and it’s one of my favorite things […]Read more "Real Pilots Ride Motorcycles"
If this was reddit you could find this labeled “not safe for work” so be warned. Nah, I’m just kidding. I have a weird sense of humor right now because I’ve just spent 5 straight hours watching a distillation column, well, distill I guess. Ever done that? no? it’s pretty much on the lines of […]Read more "I Went Streaking Twice (with picture)"
Recently on Warthunder I have been flying a Japanese aircraft called the J2M Raiden, code name “Jack”. This aircraft was designed as a land based high-altitude interceptor to defend mainland Japan from allied bomber attacks. It featured a massive Mitsubishi Kasei 14 cylinder engine that produced nearly 2,000 hp and had to be buried […]Read more "The Art of Dogfighting: volume 1"
Sorry for the inactivity the last week or so. Have I mentioned that I am a Chemical engineering student? It has taken a lot of my time lately. But the good news is my first midterm exams are finished and I am back in action! Unfortunately I am just in time to do no flying […]Read more "The Dog Fighting Simulator"
I went down to Richmond, Kentucky to have lunch with Tori the other day, but I didn’t fly, I drove! I know! It’s terrible! I mean I love driving as much as the next guy but this is just getting ridiculous. Seriously how much is it to ask for an airport that isn’t 20 minutes […]Read more "Where have all the airports gone? (oh no! not another rant!)"
Before my grandfather was born, a barnstormer puttered to a halt on the family farm in small town New Jersey. The plane was a military surplus Jenny, bought for around $50 then and now a prized museum piece. The pilot was selling rides for $5 a person but my great grandmother decided that was too […]Read more "First Flights (then and now)"
I am a pilot who lives in Kentucky so I feel the urge to write a little about the tragedy that occurred last Friday night east of Paducah, Kentucky and attempt to get something out of this that we can use as pilots. I remember the weather on Friday very clearly because I joked about […]Read more "The Kentucky Tragedy"