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 Post subject: Re: Our Vision for the BeechTalk Community
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I'm certainly happy BT is still here. :peace:


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Is there a way for users to determine their posts count per year? Or track posts per month?

My guess is that my posts are way down. It is tiresome to post useful information - only to have it degenerate into various squabbles and opinions. Here is an example in which a user makes an incorrect assumption and goes off on a rant.

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 Post subject: Re: Our Vision for the BeechTalk Community
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Is there a way for users to determine their posts count per year? Or track posts per month?

My guess is that my posts are way down. It is tiresome to post useful information - only to have it degenerate into various squabbles and opinions. Here is an example in which a user makes an incorrect assumption and goes off on a rant.

viewtopic.php?f=4&t=184412

Sad.

It is the nature of the beast. I still find the information gained from reading and posting on BT
far, far outweigh the occasional nuisance.

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The squabbles have been annoying and they peaked when the COVID threads were running rampant.

I think now that we are back to mostly aviation and life wisdom related posts they’re back to the type of squabbles that we really enjoy... ROP vs LOP... why Cirri have parachutes, waving and man hugs, which by the way have been deemed highly illegal during this pandemic.

Not sure if ROP flying or man hugs will ever make a comeback. But still a lot to learn from BT.


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The squabbles have been annoying and they peaked when the COVID threads were running rampant.

I think now that we are back to mostly aviation and life wisdom related posts they’re back to the type of squabbles that we really enjoy... ROP vs LOP... why Cirri have parachutes, waving and man hugs, which by the way have been deemed highly illegal during this pandemic.

Not sure if ROP flying or man hugs will ever make a comeback. But still a lot to learn from BT.



What about Marvel Mystery Oil?


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What about Marvel Mystery Oil?

Would that be in a single bottle or a twin pack?

:duck: :D


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As a supporter and financier of Beechtalk, I have committed myself (and yes as a QB'er) to declare statements that: I have heard, or I have read, or someone showed me in my flying. This preserves the freedom of all aspects in flying that all aviators so cherish.


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Thanks. As in society you will find all kinds of people. Just didn’t expect this on a site dedicated to Beech. Appreciate what you do for us


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We're getting so many For Sale listings, is there any way to search by some crideria to narrow things down? At least manufacturer and model?

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BeechTalk is a wonderful resource. I wish that I had more time to spend here. I have learned a lot and received very valuable information from "very generous with their time" individuals. I know this site also takes a lot of time and effort to maintain and I would feel the loss if you guys decided to give it up.

My feeling is that anyone who can't find it in themselves to be civil not only doesn't deserve to be here but also turns off those who are good natured and civil. Cutting them off would serve the decent participants well and preserve the positive atmosphere so there should be no hesitation in doing so.

Thank you for creating BeechTalk and keeping it going. I am grateful...

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Hi my name is Leighton and I have owned a 1963 baby Baron for about 4 years. Insurance has been reasonable and now at the renewal it has more than doubled this year on a 1963 TC-413 Anyone else have any ideas?


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Hi my name is Leighton and I have owned a 1963 baby Baron for about 4 years. Insurance has been reasonable and now at the renewal it has more than doubled this year on a 1963 TC-413 Anyone else have any ideas?


Suggestion: post this in a different thread: twins or plane talk.

There are also a couple of running threads on insurance problems. If you use "insurance" as a key word in the search function they should pop up.


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