I really enjoy old PM articles, as well as old how-to books.
My plane was parked next to an "Ercoupe" for a while. The Ercoupe was
an early homebuilt that lacked rudders and claimed to be spin-proof,
according to an old PM article. The plane has withstood the test of
time, thanks to a lack of rudders and no way to make it tail-heavy, so
I found the article interesting.
I'd still wanting my flying car!
The thing that bugs me is that they're shooting for a gross weight 500
pounds less than the empty weight of a Smart Car. If they can pass
both DOT and FAA safety regs at that weight then the major automakers
are going to be beating a path to their door.
I looked for those in the grocery store. They'd be difficult to flush,
A macerator if on a sewer system, an out house if not.
Don't forget, you need twice as many red cobs as white cobs.
I'm a runner. SWMBO gets me a subscription to "Runners World".
Youngest son and his buddies are all big time college cross country
runners, very fast and competitive. They make fun of my "Runner's
World" , call it the most juvenile mag on running available.
But when they think I'm not looking, I've caught them reading them.
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