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Old 02-21-2013, 05:28 PM   #891
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Besides B since you know FAA we'll need guidance as our golf carts may need tail numbers! Strike that...... they WILL need tail numbers!
Now you are forcing me to put on my FAA hat and explain some things to you:

1. The FAA does not recognize "tail numbers". These are usually used when speaking of military aircraft and usually identify the year that the U.S. contract was released authorizing the building of that aircraft followed by sequential numbers.

2. The FAA does require Nationality and Registration marks to be placed on U.S. registered civil aircraft (ref. Title 14 CFR 45).

3. The FAA defines an aircraft as "a device that is used or intended to be used for flight in the air." (ref. Title 14 CFR 1).

So your golf carts are not considered to require "tail numbers" because they are not considered to be "U.S. registered aircraft".

So now I will take off my FAA hat and put on my "FAA Consultant" hat and sent you a bill for my services.
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OK, what, sir, is a beer can eraticater? You mean a window to throw 'em out of?
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OK, what, sir, is a beer can eraticater? You mean a window to throw 'em out of?
And he thought we didn't catch that!
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Now you are forcing me to put on my FAA hat and explain some things to you:

1. The FAA does not recognize "tail numbers". These are usually used when speaking of military aircraft and usually identify the year that the U.S. contract was released authorizing the building of that aircraft followed by sequential numbers.

2. The FAA does require Nationality and Registration marks to be placed on U.S. registered civil aircraft (ref. Title 14 CFR 45).

3. The FAA defines an aircraft as "a device that is used or intended to be used for flight in the air." (ref. Title 14 CFR 1).

So your golf carts are not considered to require "tail numbers" because they are not considered to be "U.S. registered aircraft".

So now I will take off my FAA hat and put on my "FAA Consultant" hat and sent you a bill for my services.
Doesn't number 3 qualify us?
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I would say "no".
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OK, what, sir, is a beer can eraticater? You mean a window to throw 'em out of?
MY friend normally that is a top secret device that no one gets info on ....
but since you agreed to never say anything via the 28 page release forms for this top secret phat phrog deal I will let you in .

the eradicater is a 4" pvc tube strategically place next to the 4 foot deep ice chest which holds cases upon cases of beer. for use you take the lid of un said pvc pipe and place your empty beer can in . you do this in order to retrieve a full can from said ice chest.
Now heres the tricky part .... if you must use the eraticater whilst moving down the road you must be quick to shove lid back over said pvc after installing said empty beer can as to not have empty beer can come straight back up like a missile-like projectile as there is negative and positive pressure deals for which I myself don't understand .
If done right said beer can will fall 4' into the basement only to fill a 55 gallon barrel .


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Just kinda wondering if y'all have a special beer cooler for camping???? I do we call it the coffin on wheels. She will hold seven cases and forty pounds of ice. Most trips it will eliminate the need for any beer runs!!!!!! May have to send the DW for more ice though!!!!!!
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Now you are forcing me to put on my FAA hat and explain some things to you:

1. The FAA does not recognize "tail numbers". These are usually used when speaking of military aircraft and usually identify the year that the U.S. contract was released authorizing the building of that aircraft followed by sequential numbers.

2. The FAA does require Nationality and Registration marks to be placed on U.S. registered civil aircraft (ref. Title 14 CFR 45).

3. The FAA defines an aircraft as "a device that is used or intended to be used for flight in the air." (ref. Title 14 CFR 1).


So your golf carts are not considered to require "tail numbers" because they are not considered to be "U.S. registered aircraft".

So now I will take off my FAA hat and put on my "FAA Consultant" hat and sent you a bill for my services.


2) a "flying golf cart" would infact be "aircraft" no ?
3) see 2

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MY friend normally that is a top secret device that no one gets info on ....
but since you agreed to never say anything via the 28 page release forms for this top secret phat phrog deal I will let you in .

the eradicater is a 4" pvc tube strategically place next to the 4 foot deep ice chest which holds cases upon cases of beer. for use you take the lid of un said pvc pipe and place your empty beer can in . you do this in order to retrieve a full can from said ice chest.
Now heres the tricky part .... if you must use the eraticater whilst moving down the road you must be quick to shove lid back over said pvc after installing said empty beer can as to not have empty beer can come straight back up like a missile-like projectile as there is negative and positive pressure deals for which I myself don't understand .
If done right said beer can will fall 4' into the basement only to fill a 55 gallon barrel .


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A window to throw 'em out of sounds a whole lot easier...and safer!
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Just kinda wondering if y'all have a special beer cooler for camping???? I do we call it the coffin on wheels. She will hold seven cases and forty pounds of ice. Most trips it will eliminate the need for any beer runs!!!!!! May have to send the DW for more ice though!!!!!!
THATS funny as IVE had a cooler like you mention and also called it a "coffin"

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