- Apr 7, 2010
- Medina, Texas
- Tango 2
- Total Flight Time
- 170 Ultralight FW, 116 Gyro, 15 GA
I'm been thinking about it. But my 1st choice is Baja Ca Mexico. As I have dual citizenship in the US and Mexico. Father immigrated legally after parents WAITED for years to get in. So only had to take his birth certificate to the Mexican consulate. However many US citizens would not travel to Cabo San Lucus to my new FBO Rotor Adventures LLC. My first choice is Cabo.At that rate, it's almost worth moving.
try PRA.org. Bummer...How's the website coming?
Fine for you to say J. Try living on even a high FIXED income.John, John, John-------------
Hey, they must have read my post. Tech support actually just called me back. Actually talked to a human tech for a few minutes. Feel a little better about my stupidy. As he cannot figure out why I cannot assign the security certificate either. He's researching while I'm on HOLD listening to MuZAK. Bet this adds another hour to the 600th hour of technical support.How's the website coming?
What you "talking bout Willis?"Fine for you to say J. Try living on even a high FIXED income.
You make a fortune growing legal Magic tomatoes Bro and bet you do not report all the income???
I do not blame you!!! The taxes are so high!! Most Magic tomatoes growers do not declare cash sales.
We have many other companies in every sector here including gyro CFI's that give you a discount for cash.
Not saying they are not reporting it but know of any other reason not to just take a debit card for the full price?
When I was in Georgia, I drove almost an hour and a half to Cedartown and Peach State Rotorcraft.I wish I could find that up here in the DFW area where they want $500-$700/mo for a slot (not the hanger) at most places if you can find it. That with insurance is close to $1k/month before even flying.