Oct 042017
 

Potentially some more info regarding Stephen Paddock. Very Interesting.

Interesting Info Regarding A Plane Once Registered To Stephen Paddock

If you look at the website flightaware.com and search a tail number, in this case N5343M, you will see the N number belongs to a SR20 that at one time was registered to Stephen C. Paddock of Mesquite, Texas and Henderson, Nevada (Our Shooter). You will also see that it is currently registered to a company out of Roanoke, Virginia named VOLANT LLC. A company that works with the “Defense/Intelligence” community per their website. Wait it gets better. The registration is listed as active. Don’t worry that it shows the last flight for the Aircraft three years ago. They only show the flight when a flight plan is filed.
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Flightware pulls their data directly from the FAA registration database, so it should be accurate correct? Now the interesting part. If you go to faa.gov and put the same tail number into their search engine (N5343M), you will find that the FAA says that the N number is inactive. The last registration was to a Cessna 152 (a different aircraft) to some guy in San Diego, California. There is no mention of the current registration by VOLANT LLC or Stephen Paddock.

The FAA database is updated everyday business at midnight. So, it looks like someone either scrubbed the FAA database and forgot or didn’t know that Flightware posted the same info. Maybe someone at Flightware is playing a big trick on everyone and putting false info in their database.

All I know is that the name of Stephen C. Paddock now has something in common with a Spook Outfit. Very interesting!

 

 

 

 

 

Joke Of The Day: $10 For Three Minutes

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May 172017
 
Joke Of The Day: $10 For Three Minutes In the early 1930’s, a farmer and his wife went to a fair. The farmer was fascinated by the airplanes and asked a pilot how much a ride would cost. “$10 for three minutes,” replied the pilot.

“That is too much,” said the farmer.

The pilot thought for a second and then said, “I will make you a deal. If you and your wife ride for three minutes without uttering a sound, the ride will be free. However, if you make a sound, you will have to pay $10.”

The farmer and his wife agreed and went for a wild ride. After they landed, the pilot said to the farmer, “I want to congratulate you for not making a sound. You are a brave man.”

“Maybe so,” said the farmer, “but I have to tell you, I almost screamed when my wife fell out.”

 

 

 

The Best Duct Tape Story Ever

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Apr 282017
 

During a private “fly-in” fishing excursion in the Alaskan wilderness, the chartered pilot and fishermen left a cooler and bait in the plane. And a bear smelled it. This is what he did to the plane.

 

The Best Duct Tape Story Ever

 

The Best Duct Tape Story Ever

 

The Best Duct Tape Story Ever

 

The Best Duct Tape Story Ever

 

The pilot used his radio and had another pilot bring him 2 new tires, 3 cases of duct tape, and a supply of sheet plastic. He patched the plane together, and FLEW IT HOME!

 

The Best Duct Tape Story Ever

 

The Best Duct Tape Story Ever

 

Why Aren’t The Windows Aligned With The Seats In Airplanes?

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Apr 052017
 

Simon Whistler explains why seats don’t line up with the windows on airplanes in a revealing episode of Today I Found Out. The cause has to do with airlines trying to maximize the number of passengers per flight by using different seating configurations than manufacturers recommend.

While airplane manufacturers do design the planes with general row positioning and pitch (the measurement from one seat to the same exact point on the seat in front or behind it) in mind, with the windows often lining up with the seats, the designers’ exact recommended arrangement is rarely, if ever, followed. You see, the final placement of seats is left up to the individual airlines that purchase the plane.

 
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Joke Of The Day: Air New Zealand

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Feb 122017
 
Rubber Chicken A mother and her 5-year-old son were flying Air New Zealand from Auckland to Sydney.

The son (who had been looking out the window) turned to his mother and asked, “If big dogs have baby dogs and big cats have baby cats, why don’t big planes have baby planes?”

The mother, who couldn’t think of an answer, told her son to ask the flight attendant.

So the little guy walks up to the galley and asks the flight attendant, “If big dogs have baby dogs and big cats have baby cats, why don’t big planes have baby planes?”

The flight attendant responded, “Did your mother tell you to ask me that?”

The boy said, “Yes, she did.”

“Well, then, please tell your mother that there are no baby planes because Air New Zealand always pulls out on time. Ask her to explain that to you.”

 

 

 

Joke Of The Day: First Time Flier

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Dec 272016
 
Rubber Chicken The first-time flier was very nervous as he buckled his seat belt before takeoff. He turned to the woman in the next seat and asked, “About how often do jetliners like this crash?”

She thought a moment and replied, “Usually, just once.”

 

 

 

Airplane Snore

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Mar 222016
 

A husband adds a hilarious visual to his wife’s snoring.

Enjoy!

You never know when a little toy plane will come in handy! While his wife was napping, this man recorded her using a small toy biplane to visualize the sound. Hilarious! I hope she thought so when she woke up…

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Wallpaper Of The Day: Danger Zone

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May 292015
 
Danger Zone

U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Unique Roberts/Released

Danger Zone – A naval aviator with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 flies above North Carolina during aerial refueling training with Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 252, April 14, 2015. The nearly 33,000 pound aircraft is capable of short takeoff/vertical landing, enabling the Marine Corps to expand its expeditionary force projection capabilities.

 
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