Actually, a lot of problems *do* go away if you wait a little while. I use this tactic sometimes in real life, although it takes some kind of discernment to tell the appropriate cases from the inappropriate ones.
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Another product idea for our a novelty item for our shop! Now we just have to work out if we should make them out of rubber or out of lead. Depends on your work environment, I suppose!
This is the follow up strip to the one we posted last Saturday. But I’m afraid we might have to end the story line here and not show you how Chuck actually flies. After all, we don’t want to upset your fragile and delicate minds!
Well, if they built parking brakes into these things, one wouldn’t have to bother with the chocks at all! Actually, I assume airliners do have hand brakes, otherwise how would they be able to pull off maneuvers like these here?
Well, well, I wonder if we get any hatemail about “demeaning pilots” with this strip! Or maybe feminist hatemail. That’d be a first! Although many a woman has commented privately that they think Sally is quite the sexist stereotype. (Well, then you try drawing a chicken that’s easily recognized as female). You’d be surprised about what goes on behind the scenes here sometimes. We’ve been thinking about creating a section with all the feedback that just makes you go “whu..?!?” here, but haven’t yet gotten around to it. (One more item for the never ending “nice to have” to-do-list).
We got a lot of feedback from professional or hobby mechanics about this strip. Though it’s not surprising, it’s definitely comforting to know that obviously everybody who ever wielded tools for a significant amount of time, has been in Chucks and in Julios place. Usually more often than once.
And let’s face it, no matter how great the feeling is when you’re smart, organized, concentrated and something works out perfectly according to plan, the times when it isn’t usually make much better stories!
So, Hans is a regular guy it turns out. It’s good to have a predictable boss. Of course the story is completely invented!
Hey, did you guys ever notice that the old C-172 always seems to be broken?
Almost every Air-Attack pilot has a soda bottle or other form of range-extender story. You need a good bladder for that job. And I have found that Gatorade bottles are way better because of the bigger neck Luckily I fly helicopters where you can just land, and I have done that plenty times as well.
But I guess the proper sequence should be 1) drink Gatorade, 2) water plants, 3) save in the airplane.
Don’t mess up the sequence!
While it is true that many hands make light work, it depends a lot on the work and also on the hands. I sometimes find myself in the same situation as Julio, that, when I’m trying to fix something or build something that doesn’t work out the way I planned, I start cursing and complaining and thus drawing the attention of my wife (or whoever is around). I guess what I’d really want in such a situation is an acknowledgement on how difficult the task is, combined with the assertment that she’d trust me to be smart and able enough to eventually overcome any difficulties and problems. What I usually get is either ignorance, a comment along the lines of “oh, you can’t do it?” or an offer to help. I can’t tell which one’s worst…