I do not understand the term 'fanboys'. I am supporter of the PAF and other services, WARTS and all.
But unlike a hater like you (in the garb of 'liking the PAF '), we do NOT critique ALL the time. There is time and place to appreciate and a time and place to critique. YOU on the other hand, are always taking shots.
THIS IS A POST TO SHOW PHOTOGRAPHS, YET YOU HAVE TRIED TO EMBROIL IT IN A WHO IS WHO........We cannot have a simple thread like this without the likes of you showing up and souring things up.
Try this: If you cannot say anything nice, try saying NOTHING.
If your constant hate posts are an indication of your liking, I would NOT like to find out what you would do if you disliked the PAF.
people how can i upload pictures of PAF pilots bcoz iam unable to do so ...?!
Last edited by Muradk; 02-04-2010 at 08:27 AM.
Best of the best..........................
I remember you sustaining an injury from the wing of F104. But you did not mention your experience of flying it. Could you tell us a few things about the aircraft and its handling and what was good or bad about it?
Secondly a bit off topic but important for discussion of therelative merits of Single engined over double engined aircrafts. What I wanted to know was economically how beneficial is it to have a twin engined aircraft do the work of 2 single engined aircrafts? I asked this of Pshamim saheb also, but i dont think he has seen the question yet.
Of course, the Indian AF is PERFECT amongst other PERFECT Indian organizations, therefore it is okay to support them and NOT be a fanboy, but support an organization like the PAF which, unfortunately is subject to human foibles - unlike the perfectionism personified that is all things Indian (for instance), is to be a fanboy...
SO BE IT.
Nothing you say or do can offend me, because like the PERFECT organizations that you Indians create, YOU too must be PERFECT, therefore, how can I a lowly warts and all Pakistani take offence from such perfection, all I can say is:
Now, bugger off, and leave us lowly Pakistani fanboy types to our own devices since it can only benefit you if we continue to support such a useless organization.
ANYTHING, PLEASE ANYTHING, TO STOP YOU FROM CHASING US AROUND TELLING US HOW LOUSY WE ARE....
These boot devices resembled the spurs that are worn by cowboys to 'manage' their horses.
Some pilots liked the "style" these conveyed on them and wore them constantly rather than take them off after flying. These inevitably scratched the wooden floors of the AF messes and led to these spur-wearing F104 pilots to be cordoned off in a area of the mess that prevented the floor damage.
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