What happened to That Engine Guy

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sorrydog

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Unread post08 Jun 2013, 20:16

I really enjoy see all of That Engine Guy's posts and thoughts.

However, his last post was 9 months ago.

Anybody know what happened to him?

Sure would like to see him back.
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Unread post09 Jun 2013, 00:30

I think he's still around.
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Unread post09 Jun 2013, 01:12

Did you try sending him a PM? He might just be busy, I know I go in and out depending on what I have on my plate.
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Unread post10 Jun 2013, 20:07

Probably got sick of the same F-35 lovers vs. Haters threads that we have 10 times a week, every week. Stuff like that tends to make good posters think twice before investing the time.

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Unread post12 Jun 2013, 05:33

Varkvet and TC are others that are AWOL...It's guys like these that bought some reality here, but I suspect they might be busy doing what they love to do.
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Unread post16 Jun 2013, 16:26

beepa wrote:Varkvet and TC are others that are AWOL...It's guys like these that bought some reality here, but I suspect they might be busy doing what they love to do.


And possibly may just be fed up with being shouted down by internet wannabes who have no idea which end of an aircraft the whooshy flamey thrust comes out of. It's a sad fact that the biggest asset of sites like these are frequently driven out of contact by people who have no constructive input.
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Unread post16 Jun 2013, 18:45

I am alive and well, thanks to those who were concerned.

If there are any specific threads someone would like my :2c: on, please paste a link here; hard to get through the 20 some pages of 'new posts'

Keep 'em flyin' :thumb:
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Unread post17 Jun 2013, 05:24

Glad to see you're still around TEG!!

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Unread post17 Jun 2013, 10:39

TEG - the thrust you can trust. Dependable engineer! :thumb:

I would badly appreciate it if you put some of your coins to the case started May 27th. here
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Unread post17 Jun 2013, 14:07

That_Engine_Guy wrote:I am alive and well, thanks to those who were concerned.

If there are any specific threads someone would like my :2c: on, please paste a link here; hard to get through the 20 some pages of 'new posts'

Keep 'em flyin' :thumb:
TEG


Alway a good day when you're up on the board! :D
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Unread post17 Jun 2013, 14:27

rpgrynn wrote:Alway a good day when you're up on the board! :D

Good to see you here too, RG!

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Unread post17 Jun 2013, 19:31

I'm still around ... with gubment shakedowns I’m a T-38 guy now. :(

Other than that ... HaveVoid nailed it!
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Unread post18 Jun 2013, 00:07

VarkVet wrote:I'm still around ... with gubment shakedowns I’m a T-38 guy now. :(

Other than that ... HaveVoid nailed it!

I've heard the T-38 has the lowest CPFH of any of the jets in the inventory. The F-5E/F is about 30% more, but a lot more fun to fly in a dogfight. Maybe in next years budget they could buy a few Ex-Tawainese F-5E/Fs :D

@TEG: Glad your doing good.

I put in a separate thread about the ADVENT core vs the F135 in cruise flight. I'd be happy if you'd share your thoughts.
http://www.f-16.net/index.php?name=PNph ... c&p=253846
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Unread post27 Aug 2013, 00:55

Hey TEG,

Glad to hear you're still vertical.

Took me a while to see this thread in feedback area....

I gots a few turbine theory questions for ya if you don't mind entertaining me.

Would it be best to ask here or somewheres else?

See the question here: Why don't we see axisymmetric vector nozzles being utilized on the A and C variants of the F-35?
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