∧ Hmmm, better check the rinse aid in the dishwasher.
∨ Being made of the same virtually indestructible plastic as his plane, our intrepid pilot decides to attempt the exceedingly dangerous post-stall Pugachev Cobra maneuver.
Reduce air speed to 400 knots.
Altitude 5,000 ft and steady.
Thrust vectoring engaged.
Afterburner on standby.
Stall alarm off.
Angle of attack limiter disengaged.
Nose up and over!
Quoting Oran Cruzen
Hey Jeremy, do you have time to check out the invite I sent you about LEGO Slot Car?
Yes, I did, Oran. Didn't know that was you but should have guessed. Sorry, I declined it because I don't see myself branching out into slot cars in the foreseeable future. For one thing, I have no place to set up a track now that the wife's put her foot down about LEGO taking over the entire house. (She has a point, but I never said that.)
Quoting JWG 258
This is a fun model. I might do a variant of it for the next kid build model for my son.
Thanks, JWG. I'd love to see what you come up with. Just don't let him do any Pugachev Cobra maneuvers until he's thoroughly checked out in it -- =very= dangerous if you don't get the thrust vectoring just right, you know.