Sunday, 25 September 2011

Video: Red Bull P38 Lightning at Flying Legends 2011

3 comments:

NV said...

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How can you boost your children’s intelligence? http://www.anotherway.org/2011/09/boost-the-outlook-for-your-kids-future/

NV said...

Unfortunately, a big percentage of parents ignore the importance of gathering knowledge about the beneficial conditions for children’s development and rely only on their life experience when taking decisions for their children’s lifestyle and future.

This often proves insufficient since the more information you have, the better the chances are to make good choices. Reading books, watching programs tackling parenting issues and sharing with other parents is of great value as it helps parents overcome the limitations of their personal experience and get a more objective view on the factors most conducive to children’s success in life.

One of the most important factors is their intelligence. It doesn’t just ensure good grades at school but also helps children make right decisions on an everyday basis which proves even more valuable than educational achievements.

How can you boost your children’s intelligence?
http://www.anotherway.org/2011/09/boost-the-outlook-for-your-kids-future/

Anonymous said...

Superb aircraft.

I believe it might be one of the few, if not the only WW-II fighter aircraft that utilises a full yoke rather than a "Joy-Stick"