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Time to dust off my membership...

Postby Wing Nut » Wed Jun 12, 2019 10:58 pm

New MFS? Best news I have heard in years... :) I think it's time to start getting back into it...
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Re: Time to dust off my membership...

Postby HarvesteR » Wed Jun 19, 2019 5:48 pm

Same here. I haven't been active on SimV for who knows how long now...

Actually, I do know, it's actually been around six years, last post was around 2013... but it's been much longer since I used to check these boards pretty much every day.

I'm actually really looking forward to the new FS. (FS2020?) I reckon there's really nothing at stake for us at this point (it's not as if they're at risk of ruining a sim franchise... MSFS has been dead for ages now), so if it's a flop, it's a flop, we go back to our existing sims. But if it's great... it's going to be really great! (those sceneries.. /drool)

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Re: Time to dust off my membership...

Postby yancovitch » Tue Jun 25, 2019 1:27 am

i check in here almost every day, but am not very active in fsx....but keeping my foot in the door....as i get older and am less able to deal with the outer desires and demands.....i figure i'll withdraw into fsx, which is not demanding physically ^-^ but i doubt i'll upgrade to anything where i would loose all my favorite planes....and i'd have to be very rich indeed even if those planes were available, cause they wouldn't be free.....the financial noose tightens more and more these days....profit from others rather than give to others...etc.....but then again
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Re: Time to dust off my membership...

Postby Fozzer » Tue Jun 25, 2019 4:48 am

Like the rest of the Lads, I've been there, done it, got all the Teeshirts for Flight Simming, etc, since the early (1980) days of the Sinclair Spectrum 48k and Commodore C64, etc, so I rarely "play" Flight Simulation nowadays!
They are still on my Hard Drives, ready to go!
...lots of other things to do now...
...cooking, mowing the lawn, resting, contemplating the meaning of life, etc...etc...
I pop into Sim V every day since 2002, to see what is going on, spot my old Chums, and get all the latest news!
An excellent crowd of fellows!

Paul.... :D ...!
Win 8.1 64-bit. DX11. Advent Tower. Intel i7-3770 3.9 GHz 8-core. 8 GB System RAM. AMD Radeon HD 7700 1GB RAM. DVD ROM. 2 Terra Byte SATA Hard Drive. Philips 17" LCD Monitor. Saitek Cyborg X Fly-5 Joystick. ...and a Briggs and Stratton Petrol Lawn Mower.
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Re: Time to dust off my membership...

Postby Wing Nut » Tue Jun 25, 2019 5:38 am

Fozzer wrote:Like the rest of the Lads, I've been there, done it, got all the Teeshirts for Flight Simming, etc, since the early (1980) days of the Sinclair Spectrum 48k and Commodore C64, etc, so I rarely "play" Flight Simulation nowadays!
They are still on my Hard Drives, ready to go!
...lots of other things to do now...
...cooking, mowing the lawn, resting, contemplating the meaning of life, etc...etc...
I pop into Sim V every day since 2002, to see what is going on, spot my old Chums, and get all the latest news!
An excellent crowd of fellows!

Paul.... :D ...!


Hi Paul! What's for dinner? :-)
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Re: Time to dust off my membership...

Postby Fozzer » Tue Jun 25, 2019 4:12 pm

Wing Nut wrote:
Fozzer wrote:Like the rest of the Lads, I've been there, done it, got all the Teeshirts for Flight Simming, etc, since the early (1980) days of the Sinclair Spectrum 48k and Commodore C64, etc, so I rarely "play" Flight Simulation nowadays!
They are still on my Hard Drives, ready to go!
...lots of other things to do now...
...cooking, mowing the lawn, resting, contemplating the meaning of life, etc...etc...
I pop into Sim V every day since 2002, to see what is going on, spot my old Chums, and get all the latest news!
An excellent crowd of fellows!

Paul.... :D ...!


Hi Paul! What's for dinner? :-)


Hello, you old rascal, Wing Nut... :D ...!

Dinner?
...together with Breakfast, Tea, and Supper.....
7 days a week!
Always something scrumptious...guaranteed!... :dance: ....!
With proper Gravy.......with some added Vino.... :obscene-drinkingcheers:....!

Wine and Dine at Fozzer's Place... ;) ... ;) ...!

Paul.... :mrgreen: ....!
Win 8.1 64-bit. DX11. Advent Tower. Intel i7-3770 3.9 GHz 8-core. 8 GB System RAM. AMD Radeon HD 7700 1GB RAM. DVD ROM. 2 Terra Byte SATA Hard Drive. Philips 17" LCD Monitor. Saitek Cyborg X Fly-5 Joystick. ...and a Briggs and Stratton Petrol Lawn Mower.
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Re: Time to dust off my membership...

Postby Canuck1955 » Wed Jun 26, 2019 2:08 am

OMG just when I was about to throw it all in and take up golf............. I'm kidding!
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Re: Time to dust off my membership...

Postby AlphaBravo » Fri Jul 26, 2019 3:16 pm

Fozzer wrote:
Wing Nut wrote:
Fozzer wrote:Like the rest of the Lads, I've been there, done it, got all the Teeshirts for Flight Simming, etc, since the early (1980) days of the Sinclair Spectrum 48k and Commodore C64, etc, so I rarely "play" Flight Simulation nowadays!
They are still on my Hard Drives, ready to go!
...lots of other things to do now...
...cooking, mowing the lawn, resting, contemplating the meaning of life, etc...etc...
I pop into Sim V every day since 2002, to see what is going on, spot my old Chums, and get all the latest news!
An excellent crowd of fellows!

Paul.... :D ...!


Hi Paul! What's for dinner? :-)


Hello, you old rascal, Wing Nut... :D ...!

Dinner?
...together with Breakfast, Tea, and Supper.....
7 days a week!
Always something scrumptious...guaranteed!... :dance: ....!
With proper Gravy.......with some added Vino.... :obscene-drinkingcheers:....!

Wine and Dine at Fozzer's Place... ;) ... ;) ...!

Paul.... :mrgreen: ....!


Used to love reading your dinner posts back in the day. (another member dusting off the ol' membership for a checkin)
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