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I think it’s whatever you want it to be. You can choose from ten different icons. I would imagine the intent is for you to give a hint to the reader of what the post’s content is like. I’ve used the question mark. Today I’m using the thought bubble. Most of the time I don’t use it at all.

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Well, John, you genius, you figured it out. I'm so unobservant that I never even noticed them there, much less what they were to be used for.

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 Post subject: Re: Our Vision for the BeechTalk Community
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Well, John, you genius, you figured it out. I'm so unobservant that I never even noticed them there, much less what they were to be used for.

I can’t give you a gold star but here’s an atta-boy.

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In all these years, I never noticed that!

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This thread finally rolled over to another page, which means when you click on "next unread" then it actually goes to the next unread post!

(It was hung up on a glitch because of several deleted posts, and clicking on "next unread" sent you back in time a few weeks.)


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Today, I come back to BT after a few years of being away. Sad to read the admins posts above.

Now, I have yet to delve into the referenced threads, but hey, common, flyers are are a band of brothers and sisters who have shared something beautiful in our time.

I thought pilots were above it all. Perhaps some perspective is being lost. Step back or rise above. Celebrate each other's ability to be here in this forum and learn more about and share the joy and the art of flying.

To me, getting in the air and leaving the busyness below was a highlight in my life. BT mentors made me a better pilot, no question.


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I never noticed those before. Thanks John!

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"Sad to read....To me, getting in the air and leaving the busyness below was a highlight in my life." Mark

I can only speak for myself but after semi-isolation for 5 months cabin fever is unavoidable. I can be a little pushy or defensive as a result. I'd like to think most of the animosity I read here's the unwitting product of tension about the virus. When folks just talk about planes, flying & weather we're comrades again & politics become irrelevant.

In a few months the election will be history and hopefully an acceptable strategy for confronting COVID will be in effect. We'll be back to sharing what brought us here; asking dumb questions without fear and answering them with patience, killing time with people we enjoy. Hang in there.
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Today, I come back to BT after a few years of being away. Sad to read the admins posts above.

Now, I have yet to delve into the referenced threads, but hey, common, flyers are are a band of brothers and sisters who have shared something beautiful in our time.

I thought pilots were above it all. Perhaps some perspective is being lost. Step back or rise above. Celebrate each other's ability to be here in this forum and learn more about and share the joy and the art of flying.

To me, getting in the air and leaving the busyness below was a highlight in my life. BT mentors made me a better pilot, no question.


Glad to see You Back Mark :D I was going to give you a Birthday Greeting a Few weeks ago, and Noticed You hadn't been around :shrug:

Used to have your Phone # until old Phone crapped out :eek:

Then Started Looking for You in My E-mail List, couldn't find You there Either :eek:

I've Missed Ya................How's That New TTX? :D


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W O W, I’ve been off BT for a while, and I can only imagine what happened to cause this. I’m glad that you are reiterating the TOS for this website. It is a great place to come get great info. This is why I got off FB and other social media, people just can’t be civil sometimes. Kudos to the Jeffs!!

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I hang :peace: around to read Sidney's Posts. :bud:

That's it. :dance:

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Ok, I just had to try it.

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I hang :peace: around to read Sidney's Posts. :bud:

That's it. :dance:

Warmly,
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Sidney, hope you're tuned in buddy! There is yet another icon available and we all look forward to your creativity.

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Hi BeechTalk again. It's been since 2014 that I was on with a Travel Air, but am delighted to be back and welcome the initiative for civil discourse by the two Jeffs. Believe, I'll stick around and appreciate all who will comply with gentleness, forgivness, and compassion . . .as well as some expertise worth sharing.

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Welcome back John.

We'll try to behave. ;)

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