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Arguably, among the most challenging and potentially hazardous flights a pilot undertakes are post-maintenance test flights.

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For so many of my single friends, Tinder has become a necessary evil.

Yes, it’s full of complete assholes begging for nudes from the get-go, but you know, a girl will still hold out for the right person amid a slushpile of grunted boob requests.

You could do a dozen of these for a total weight penalty of less than ten pounds for the total installed system using one of the existing information buses on larger planes.

On small planes you would have a little more weight than that if you had to add wire going to the tail or out through the five surfaces (four with a V-tail Bonanza).

Since you have to “Like” people, or swipe right, to get any chance of interaction, Doug and I both swiped right on 100 people (no rejections, or left swipes) to start things off. Oh man, that first night we were on Tinder, I was over at Doug’s place and my phone was just going off.

Before I had even finished my swipes, I’d already matched with a guy who immediately called me a cunt and then blocked me, another dude who so eloquently complimented me with “Nice research beeyotch,” and about five other men who just sent a “Hey,” meaning they really didn’t look at anything on my profile besides the pouty-lipped, blonde photo of me. Out of the 100 guys I swiped right on, I immediately matched with almost a quarter. Guys were messaging me (“hey” more than anything) telling me I was beautiful, asking about my research, more.

Old analog instruments are fine for museums, but why would anyone want to fly with them, let alone require them by regulation? We had a Piper Archer that continuously burned out a transistor that was necessary for the dome light (why a transistor, I have no idea).

We were not trying to trap people or be dishonest; really, I just wanted to see if girls are ever able to exist on a place like Tinder without being harassed.

Not too much to ask from a site that’s created for meeting new people, right?

I'm not a pilot but rather a "graduate" of Boeing and know a little bit about systems design.

One thing that occurs to me is that small cameras could be installed flush in a number of key locations and their images could be selectable from the cockpit displays.

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