LOC Bruiser EXP 3

LOC Bruiser EXP 3

Post by Woody Mille » Wed, 24 Jan 2001 10:07:26



Got one coming in the mail (well by truck actually), and while I have ideas as
to mods (dual deployment for one..), just thought I'd see what other ideas may
be out there...

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Woody Miller
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Post by Robert Iannucc » Wed, 24 Jan 2001 10:27:12


WOODY NUTS!!!!!!!!!

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB

Quote:

> Newsgroups: rec.models.rockets
> Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 18:07:26 -0700
> Subject: LOC Bruiser EXP 3

> Got one coming in the mail (well by truck actually), and while I have ideas as
> to mods (dual deployment for one..), just thought I'd see what other ideas may
> be out there...

> --
> Woody Miller
> NAR 74701 L2
> TRA  8539 L2
> SSS
> EARS
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
> Alpha 40 Project website: http://www.users.qwest.net/~woody8
> Superstition Spacemodeling Society: http://www.sssrocketry.org/
> ----------------------------------------------------------------


 
 
 

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Post by Woody Mille » Wed, 24 Jan 2001 11:02:32


Go away!  As you chip that ice out of your driveway (left from the friendly
snowplow driver) think back, and regret the day that you gave me those screen
door thingies, with "best wishes, Bob" signed on the back!

WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWoody's Nuts!

(Wicked Wanda says hi!)

Quote:

> WOODY NUTS!!!!!!!!!

> BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB


> > Newsgroups: rec.models.rockets
> > Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 18:07:26 -0700
> > Subject: LOC Bruiser EXP 3

> > Got one coming in the mail (well by truck actually), and while I have ideas as
> > to mods (dual deployment for one..), just thought I'd see what other ideas may
> > be out there...

> > --
> > Woody Miller
> > NAR 74701 L2
> > TRA  8539 L2
> > SSS
> > EARS
> > ----------------------------------------------------------------
> > Alpha 40 Project website: http://www.users.qwest.net/~woody8
> > Superstition Spacemodeling Society: http://www.sssrocketry.org/
> > ----------------------------------------------------------------

--
Woody Miller
NAR 74701 L2
TRA  8539 L2
SSS
EARS
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Post by Mark Simpso » Wed, 24 Jan 2001 11:06:58


Woody,
You could build it with Titebond II, cover it in wood-grained contact paper and
call it "Woody"...no, wait, I already did that. How about covering it in
marble-esque contact paper, spray fake marbelizing on the fins and nosecone and
call it ROCK-it? That way, I won't have to. ;-)

Mark Simpson
NAR 71503 level II

BTW, I watched a program on custom motorcycle builder, Jesse James last night and
I can't get the image of chrome pipes protruding from a rocket now.  Does that
make me insane? And we have "real beer" here in Detroit.;-P  We just have to
import it from down south, Canada. ;-)

Quote:

> Got one coming in the mail (well by truck actually), and while I have ideas as
> to mods (dual deployment for one..), just thought I'd see what other ideas may
> be out there...

> --
> Woody Miller
> NAR 74701 L2
> TRA  8539 L2
> SSS
> EARS
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
> Alpha 40 Project website: http://www.users.qwest.net/~woody8
> Superstition Spacemodeling Society: http://www.sssrocketry.org/
> ----------------------------------------------------------------

 
 
 

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Post by JDcluste » Wed, 24 Jan 2001 12:18:26


Here's a better one :
go to your local carpet supplier & ask for a short roll of shag carpeting
& apply with caulking adhesive ......

Jeff Davenport

Quote:

> Woody,
> You could build it with Titebond II, cover it in wood-grained contact paper and
> call it "Woody"...no, wait, I already did that. How about covering it in
> marble-esque contact paper, spray fake marbelizing on the fins and nosecone and
> call it ROCK-it? That way, I won't have to. ;-)

> Mark Simpson
> NAR 71503 level II

> BTW, I watched a program on custom motorcycle builder, Jesse James last night and
> I can't get the image of chrome pipes protruding from a rocket now.  Does that
> make me insane? And we have "real beer" here in Detroit.;-P  We just have to
> import it from down south, Canada. ;-)


> > Got one coming in the mail (well by truck actually), and while I have ideas as
> > to mods (dual deployment for one..), just thought I'd see what other ideas may
> > be out there...

> > --
> > Woody Miller
> > NAR 74701 L2
> > TRA  8539 L2
> > SSS
> > EARS
> > ----------------------------------------------------------------
> > Alpha 40 Project website: http://www.users.qwest.net/~woody8
> > Superstition Spacemodeling Society: http://www.sssrocketry.org/
> > ----------------------------------------------------------------

--

"If it doesn't fly straight: stick a bigger motor in it we'll make it fly straight  "

Don't forget to remove:"spambuster" from reply Address .


Jeff Davenport
http://www.users.nac.net/jdcluster/JDindex.html

METRA  B.O.D & Web Master
http://www.users.nac.net/jdcluster/Metra.html

TRA: 4486 L2
NAR: 63238 L2

 
 
 

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Post by Woody Mille » Wed, 24 Jan 2001 12:41:33


OOOOOOOOOOOH.  A shaggy bird..  Might it molt?

Quote:

> Here's a better one :
> go to your local carpet supplier & ask for a short roll of shag carpeting
> & apply with caulking adhesive ......

> Jeff Davenport


> > Woody,
> > You could build it with Titebond II, cover it in wood-grained contact paper and
> > call it "Woody"...no, wait, I already did that. How about covering it in
> > marble-esque contact paper, spray fake marbelizing on the fins and nosecone and
> > call it ROCK-it? That way, I won't have to. ;-)

> > Mark Simpson
> > NAR 71503 level II

> > BTW, I watched a program on custom motorcycle builder, Jesse James last night and
> > I can't get the image of chrome pipes protruding from a rocket now.  Does that
> > make me insane? And we have "real beer" here in Detroit.;-P  We just have to
> > import it from down south, Canada. ;-)


> > > Got one coming in the mail (well by truck actually), and while I have ideas as
> > > to mods (dual deployment for one..), just thought I'd see what other ideas may
> > > be out there...

> > > --
> > > Woody Miller
> > > NAR 74701 L2
> > > TRA  8539 L2
> > > SSS
> > > EARS
> > > ----------------------------------------------------------------
> > > Alpha 40 Project website: http://www.users.qwest.net/~woody8
> > > Superstition Spacemodeling Society: http://www.sssrocketry.org/
> > > ----------------------------------------------------------------

> --

> "If it doesn't fly straight: stick a bigger motor in it we'll make it fly straight  "

> Don't forget to remove:"spambuster" from reply Address .


> Jeff Davenport
> http://www.users.nac.net/jdcluster/JDindex.html

> METRA  B.O.D & Web Master
> http://www.users.nac.net/jdcluster/Metra.html

> TRA: 4486 L2
> NAR: 63238 L2

--
Woody Miller
NAR 74701 L2
TRA  8539 L2
SSS
EARS
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Post by JDcluste » Wed, 24 Jan 2001 14:31:38


shag-a-delic baby !
get your mo-jo flowing

Jeff Davenport

Quote:

> OOOOOOOOOOOH.  A shaggy bird..  Might it molt?


> > Here's a better one :
> > go to your local carpet supplier & ask for a short roll of shag carpeting
> > & apply with caulking adhesive ......

> > Jeff Davenport


> > > Woody,
> > > You could build it with Titebond II, cover it in wood-grained contact paper and
> > > call it "Woody"...no, wait, I already did that. How about covering it in
> > > marble-esque contact paper, spray fake marbelizing on the fins and nosecone and
> > > call it ROCK-it? That way, I won't have to. ;-)

> > > Mark Simpson
> > > NAR 71503 level II

> > > BTW, I watched a program on custom motorcycle builder, Jesse James last night and
> > > I can't get the image of chrome pipes protruding from a rocket now.  Does that
> > > make me insane? And we have "real beer" here in Detroit.;-P  We just have to
> > > import it from down south, Canada. ;-)


> > > > Got one coming in the mail (well by truck actually), and while I have ideas as
> > > > to mods (dual deployment for one..), just thought I'd see what other ideas may
> > > > be out there...

> > > > --
> > > > Woody Miller
> > > > NAR 74701 L2
> > > > TRA  8539 L2
> > > > SSS
> > > > EARS
> > > > ----------------------------------------------------------------
> > > > Alpha 40 Project website: http://www.users.qwest.net/~woody8
> > > > Superstition Spacemodeling Society: http://www.sssrocketry.org/
> > > > ----------------------------------------------------------------

> > --

> > "If it doesn't fly straight: stick a bigger motor in it we'll make it fly straight  "

> > Don't forget to remove:"spambuster" from reply Address .


> > Jeff Davenport
> > http://www.users.nac.net/jdcluster/JDindex.html

> > METRA  B.O.D & Web Master
> > http://www.users.nac.net/jdcluster/Metra.html

> > TRA: 4486 L2
> > NAR: 63238 L2

> --
> Woody Miller
> NAR 74701 L2
> TRA  8539 L2
> SSS
> EARS
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
> Alpha 40 Project website: http://www.users.qwest.net/~woody8
> Superstition Spacemodeling Society: http://www.sssrocketry.org/
> ----------------------------------------------------------------

--

"If it doesn't fly straight: stick a bigger motor in it we'll make it fly straight  "

Don't forget to remove:"spambuster" from reply Address .


Jeff Davenport
http://www.users.nac.net/jdcluster/JDindex.html

METRA  B.O.D & Web Master
http://www.users.nac.net/jdcluster/Metra.html

TRA: 4486 L2
NAR: 63238 L2

 
 
 

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Post by John F. Stei » Thu, 25 Jan 2001 01:16:48


Quote:

>Here's a better one :
>go to your local carpet supplier & ask for a short roll of shag carpeting
>& apply with caulking adhesive ......

>Jeff Davenport

I think you overlooked the obvious...Astro-turf :-)

--
John Stein   KC4RLL
NAR #74335  SR  Ins  L2
S.E.A.R.S. #572

 
 
 

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Post by markwsimp.. » Thu, 25 Jan 2001 02:22:53


Don't tempt me.......I've already thought of a name, Ruggit. <bg>

Mark Simpson
NAR 71503 Level II


Quote:

> Here's a better one :
> go to your local carpet supplier & ask for a short roll of shag
carpeting
> & apply with caulking adhesive ......

> Jeff Davenport


> > Woody,
> > You could build it with Titebond II, cover it in wood-grained
contact paper and
> > call it "Woody"...no, wait, I already did that. How about covering
it in
> > marble-esque contact paper, spray fake marbelizing on the fins and
nosecone and
> > call it ROCK-it? That way, I won't have to. ;-)

> > Mark Simpson
> > NAR 71503 level II

> > BTW, I watched a program on custom motorcycle builder, Jesse James
last night and
> > I can't get the image of chrome pipes protruding from a rocket
now.  Does that
> > make me insane? And we have "real beer" here in Detroit.;-P  We
just have to
> > import it from down south, Canada. ;-)


> > > Got one coming in the mail (well by truck actually), and while I
have ideas as
> > > to mods (dual deployment for one..), just thought I'd see what
other ideas may
> > > be out there...

> > > --
> > > Woody Miller
> > > NAR 74701 L2
> > > TRA  8539 L2
> > > SSS
> > > EARS
> > > ----------------------------------------------------------------
> > > Alpha 40 Project website: http://www.users.qwest.net/~woody8
> > > Superstition Spacemodeling Society: http://www.sssrocketry.org/
> > > ----------------------------------------------------------------

> --

> "If it doesn't fly straight: stick a bigger motor in it we'll make it
fly straight  "

> Don't forget to remove:"spambuster" from reply Address .


> Jeff Davenport
> http://www.users.nac.net/jdcluster/JDindex.html

> METRA  B.O.D & Web Master
> http://www.users.nac.net/jdcluster/Metra.html

> TRA: 4486 L2
> NAR: 63238 L2

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Post by Bob Kapl » Thu, 25 Jan 2001 03:07:13


Quote:

> Here's a better one :
> go to your local carpet supplier & ask for a short roll of shag carpeting
> & apply with caulking adhesive ......

What a drag!!!

        Bob Kaplow      NAR # 18L       TRA # "Ctrl-Alt-Del"

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Post by Woody482 » Thu, 25 Jan 2001 04:42:02


Quote:
> Mark Simpson said;
>And we have "real beer" here in Detroit.;-P  We just have to
> import it from down south, Canada. ;-)

Mark, try and keep the "Woody's" straight, I'm sure they have real beer
in Arizona.
--
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From the land of no "real" beer (UT)

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Post by Mark Simpso » Thu, 25 Jan 2001 07:36:27


Oops!  Sorry Woody M. I got my Woodies mixed up. That was a shot for my
poor buddy in Utah, Woody4828......and do they really have good beer in
Arizona?  Colorado, yes, but AZ?

Mark Simpson
NAR 71503 Level II

Quote:

> > Mark Simpson said;
> >And we have "real beer" here in Detroit.;-P  We just have to
> > import it from down south, Canada. ;-)

> Mark, try and keep the "Woody's" straight, I'm sure they have real beer
> in Arizona.
> --
> Woody4828
> From the land of no "real" beer (UT)

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Post by Woody Mille » Thu, 25 Jan 2001 11:29:04


Yes they do!  Got a cold one right next to my keyboard!  And yes, "Woody's
straight" and "Woody's Nuts"! :)

Quote:
> Mark, try and keep the "Woody's" straight, I'm sure they have real beer
> in Arizona.
> --
> Woody4828
> From the land of no "real" beer (UT)

> Sent via Deja.com
> http://www.deja.com/

--
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TRA  8539 L2
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Post by Woody Mille » Thu, 25 Jan 2001 11:31:45


Good beer in Colorado?  Somebody other than Coors is there now? (What can I
say..  I was raised in Milwaukee!)

Quote:

> Oops!  Sorry Woody M. I got my Woodies mixed up. That was a shot for my
> poor buddy in Utah, Woody4828......and do they really have good beer in
> Arizona?  Colorado, yes, but AZ?

> Mark Simpson
> NAR 71503 Level II


> > > Mark Simpson said;
> > >And we have "real beer" here in Detroit.;-P  We just have to
> > > import it from down south, Canada. ;-)

> > Mark, try and keep the "Woody's" straight, I'm sure they have real beer
> > in Arizona.
> > --
> > Woody4828
> > From the land of no "real" beer (UT)

> > Sent via Deja.com
> > http://www.deja.com/

--
Woody Miller
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TRA  8539 L2
SSS
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Post by Cochran T » Thu, 25 Jan 2001 12:44:38



Quote:


>> Here's a better one :
>> go to your local carpet supplier & ask for a short roll of shag carpeting
>> & apply with caulking adhesive ......

>What a drag!!!

Great for nap of the earth flights, though...

--tc

My opinions only.