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Heading back from Canada after spending the weekend in White Rock for the Kite Festival there. Great job by those that organized it!!! Saw some great looking kites by some of the Northwest's top designers....

Also saw Egan landing his Rev on just about everyone's head that walked by. He was flying the "eyes" today and entertained the hell out of the crowd. What that man can do with a Rev is amazing. Nice guy too. Talked to him for a little bit as he was leaving.

He even put the kite down on top of the hat of one of the local police officers...... Didn't see that one but a couple people told me about it....it was pretty funny and the cop played along....after he figured out what was hitting him on the head!!

Great job Egan!!!!

Can't wait to see you all in Portland next week. (if I actually get to go)

P ;)

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Lol.. Now why does that story NOT surprise me? hahahaa.. GO EAGENNNNNNNNNNNN. Glad you all had fun, can't wait to see everyone in Portland! I hope I recover by then, yikes I am tired. Did anyone catch the police hasseling Rev on video??? Oh please tell me someone did????

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Lol.. Now why does that story NOT surprise me? hahahaa.. GO EAGENNNNNNNNNNNN. Glad you all had fun, can't wait to see everyone in Portland! I hope I recover by then, yikes I am tired. Did anyone catch the police hasseling Rev on video??? Oh please tell me someone did????

I did not hear of anyone getting it on video....but you never know. I'll try to email a couple of the BC group and see. That would be great!

P

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Hey Bazzer....did you hear of anyone getting pics of the "kite on cop's head"??????

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Hey Bazzer....did you hear of anyone getting pics of the "kite on cop's head"??????

P

Nah missed it!

I was just taking some Meteor picks when I looked accross and saw the felony.

Next thing I knew he was walking over to the purp.

Funny as hell! :blue-grin:

Bazzer

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Perhaps, when quad fliers are around, we should post these signs along the pedestrian walkways.

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I guess you could just print it out and glue it to some card stock. I you really want to print it out, I should make it in black and white and then you can print it onto yellow paper. Save you a lot of yellow ink!

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I don't know if we really want to print these signs, it might scare the public too much. I actually have enough control where the public isn't in any danger. In fact I like to interact with the public and my kites. (I landed on a cop at a festival in Wisconsin once, but we had talked earlier and he was a good sport)

However, I was having too much fun with these signs. Here's a couple more:

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post-43-1178109632_thumb.jpg

If you want to print some for your wall, suitable for framing, PDF versions available here:

http://kitemike.googlepages.com/caution-revfliers.pdf

http://kitemike.googlepages.com/caution-revfliers2.pdf

http://kitemike.googlepages.com/caution-revfliers3.pdf

Print on yellow card stock and tell Adobe Acrobat to "Reduce to Printer Margins" in the print options.

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I don't know if we really want to print these signs, it might scare the public too much. I actually have enough control where the public isn't in any danger. In fact I like to interact with the public and my kites. (I landed on a cop at a festival in Wisconsin once, but we had talked earlier and he was a good sport)

However, I was having too much fun with these signs. Here's a couple more:

post-43-1178109617_thumb.jpg

post-43-1178109632_thumb.jpg

If you want to print some for your wall, suitable for framing, PDF versions available here:

http://kitemike.googlepages.com/caution-revfliers.pdf

http://kitemike.googlepages.com/caution-revfliers2.pdf

http://kitemike.googlepages.com/caution-revfliers3.pdf

Print on yellow card stock and tell Adobe Acrobat to "Reduce to Printer Margins" in the print options.

Haha great, just what I needed, printed and posted on my office door :)

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I don't know if we really want to print these signs, it might scare the public too much. I actually have enough control where the public isn't in any danger. In fact I like to interact with the public and my kites. (I landed on a cop at a festival in Wisconsin once, but we had talked earlier and he was a good sport)

However, I was having too much fun with these signs. Here's a couple more:

post-43-1178109617_thumb.jpg

post-43-1178109632_thumb.jpg

If you want to print some for your wall, suitable for framing, PDF versions available here:

http://kitemike.googlepages.com/caution-revfliers.pdf

http://kitemike.googlepages.com/caution-revfliers2.pdf

http://kitemike.googlepages.com/caution-revfliers3.pdf

They are precious. Thanks... soon everyone will fear.. oh wait... do we want that? lol Ahh, we'll tell them it's only for beginners. :)

BB Penny

Print on yellow card stock and tell Adobe Acrobat to "Reduce to Printer Margins" in the print options.

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Those are great Penny........I definitely need the 2nd or 3rd one right now when I'm out practicing. I went out yesterday and got VERY familiar with the "Walk of Shame"........

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