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Old 01-16-2017, 05:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default RCHN - Whats your favourate bits?

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I am only a short time listener, but will miss these guys. Whats ya favourate bits / episodes?

Mine has to be the ball sack trophy! HAHA

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Old 01-16-2017, 06:53 AM   #2 (permalink)
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So many moments.....

Nick singing the Oh Heli Tree
Mr. Mole
The Lube episode
RCHN funfly shenanigans
22 degrees of pitch
The list would be an essay long
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Old 01-16-2017, 08:10 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I would not even know where to start. If you are new, it is worth the time to start at the beginning and enjoy the ride.
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If you are new, it is worth the time to start at the beginning and enjoy the ride.
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Exactly since there will be no more new episodes.
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Old 02-04-2017, 05:17 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Definitely start from the beginning and listen to all of them. I might start over again too, to laugh, and learn some things again.
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I started listening late, but I heard about the episode where Justin super glued his finger in his nose. Oh my ribs hurt so bad listening to that episode! I don't remember which one it was though. I might have to find it today at work, and pull it up for another good laugh.
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I started listening late, but I heard about the episode where Justin super glued his finger in his nose. Oh my rigs hurt so bad listening to that episode! I don't remember which one it was though. I might have to find it today at work, and pull it up for another good laugh.
Ep. 108. It was so funny I don't think I can ever forget the episode number. It is actually the only episode number I can remember. Thanks Jack Hammer for the great laugh.

The baby boat analogy will go down as one of the great lines in RCHN history. Especially since in July we are going to have our first baby.
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I am around the 60's with the "Compass Guy" which is also around the time of the Warp 360 and the Helifreak ban. Man so many good things. And I still have so much ground to cover to get up to speed. I probably started listening to the newest 60 or so on a regular basis. About halfway started trying to catch up and long drives helped me tackle more than one that day. Great stuff.
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I'm on 73, just after the Warp giveaway, Jamie and Ben moving to Align, and the Align/Scorpion bun-fight.
This was all before I returned to flying, so it's the first I'm hearing any of it. The shows really are a terrific snapshot of what was going on at the time.
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Old 02-15-2017, 06:20 PM   #10 (permalink)
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I just listened to the Its all about the Lube episode today again. That is just to funny, i had tears rolling down my cheeks i was laughing so much.
My other favorite that sticks out is the boat analogy to the baby. Dont have any kids of my own but i know that was right on.
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I just listened to the Its all about the Lube episode today again. That is just to funny, i had tears rolling down my cheeks i was laughing so much.
My other favorite that sticks out is the boat analogy to the baby. Dont have any kids of my own but i know that was right on.
I have my first kid on the way and that analogy scares me a little.
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Old 02-16-2017, 09:08 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Hahahahahahaha I love that the boat analogy hits home for so many people. It's sooooooo true...
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Does anyone know which episode # is Dieters "box" segment? That was hilarious!
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Somewhere in the 50-70's I believe.

Nope.....it must be in the 40's. Jake was on the show. I tried to find it but ran out of time.
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Old 03-22-2017, 06:52 AM   #15 (permalink)
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I think it was repeated in Ep 200 - the best of the best?

Apart from all the fun and giggles, for me the best episode had to be 133 and the one that was associated with it. Cant remember if that was 132 or 134.
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Deater's toolbox tech tip is at the end of Episode 31.
(starts at 1:01:28)
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Deater's toolbox tech tip is at the end of Episode 31.
(starts at 1:01:28)
Could you be more specific Roger?
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Apart from all the fun and giggles, for me the best episode had to be 133 and the one that was associated with it. Cant remember if that was 132 or 134.
133 was PID concepts. Then 134 was the deeper dive into FBL tuning. That one is still on my cell phone and I listen to it over and over. Then, 136 gets into feed forward tuning. Although I have more favorites, 134 and 136 are the ones I repeatedly re-play.
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Could you be more specific Roger?
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Deater's toolbox tech tip is at the end of Episode 31.
(starts at 1:01:28)
Awesome, thanks!
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