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Old 01-10-2017, 03:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 01-10-2017, 05:47 PM   #3 (permalink)
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No kidding ! Jonzen over here lol
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I have been listening to salt water aquarium podcasts to fill the time. Just doesnt cut it compared to the RCHN crew.
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I've only been listening for the past 2 years or so. I went back to episode 1. I've been thinking about trying to dig up V1 to see if I could figure out wtf happened.

Kind of funny in the early days of RCHN 2 listening to them talk about if the Goblin will be a dud.
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I have been listening to salt water aquarium podcasts to fill the time. Just doesnt cut it compared to the RCHN crew.
On the bright side, there has been one episode of Smacktalk RC Podcast in this dead time. Hopefully the RCHN podcasts will come back soon though
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It's so crazy how hard these guys work just to produce a couple hours of content for us...I heard that for an average show, there's a combined total of close to 35-40 hours of man power involved. Pretty staggering amount of work. I'm super grateful for the contribution these guys make to the hobby....
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The RCHN guys will be back soon enough.

I hope Justin is enjoying time with new family member, that time is really important.

I'm enjoying the shit out of some 70 degree weather right about now

Warm weather dick sending regards!

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Us northern flyers are just hoping for that sinkhole to form at your favorite Florida flying field. Yesterday was freezing rain, followed by cold rain, followed by 50 MPH winds blowing trees over.
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It's so crazy how hard these guys work just to produce a couple hours of content for us...I heard that for an average show, there's a combined total of close to 35-40 hours of man power involved. Pretty staggering amount of work. I'm super grateful for the contribution these guys make to the hobby....
I hope that we are all grateful for what they put into the hobby. I know I am. The fact that they have full time jobs, families, fly, help others, tinker on new stuff, do reviews and still have time to put together a great podcast amazes me. I don't think that they can hear enough about how we appreciate it.

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+1000 ^^

It's easy to take for granted, but the time investment and passion that RCHN brings to the hobby are deeply appreciated.
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It's so crazy how hard these guys work just to produce a couple hours of content for us...I heard that for an average show, there's a combined total of close to 35-40 hours of man power involved. Pretty staggering amount of work. I'm super grateful for the contribution these guys make to the hobby....
That's kinda why I was hoping that there wouldn't be a thread like this. I didn't want to see them guilt-ed back into putting out a podcast sooner than anticipated. Or stop them from taking any other needed podcast breaks in the future.

We all love the RCHN guys, what you do, and the effort you put forward for the hobby. Enjoy the time away and hopefully you'll come back refreshed. But please don't let this thread put any extra stress on having to perform for our 'enjoyment'. Unless you want to...
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That's kinda why I was hoping that there wouldn't be a thread like this. I didn't want to see them guilt-ed back into putting out a podcast sooner than anticipated. Or stop them from taking any other needed podcast breaks in the future.

We all love the RCHN guys, what you do, and the effort you put forward for the hobby. Enjoy the time away and hopefully you'll come back refreshed. But please don't let this thread put any extra stress on having to perform for our 'enjoyment'. Unless you want to...
Don't worry, the withdrawals are probably setting in with them as well; they will start getting that "empty" feeling and have to get back to it

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Getting the DT's.


I thought the DTs were discontinued? 😎


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I'm getting so tired of this cold, wet weather. Summer please come soon. I need to fly my helicopters.


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