A boy and his Cirrus. A love story and (A Satire)

Portion 1 of three in a 3 part cirrus.

Cirrus Sr22 avionics that will modify everything.

Bill Gates would be rolling in his grave if he could see exactly where his beloved Siri ended up.

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By Neil. Moralee on 2013-01-01 00:00:00

9 thoughts on “A boy and his Cirrus. A love story and (A Satire)”

  1. did my first solo touch and go at hicks! I’m Brian with an "I", could I ride right seat or would that cause the plane to fall out of the sky? #bringingsexysocksback

  2. Cirrusly- who was flying the plane at the end there. And I’m Brian with an "i" – would Siri get confused then?

  3. I know you’re joking, but I shit you not, I just came from a Garmin seminar, because I am boring as hell, and I was informed you can now talk to your GTN 650 and it will talk back to you. It will change your frequencies, tell you your fuel, weather at your destinations, ask you why you were staring at that Bonanza’s V-Tail the other day, give you bearings to waypoints, etc.

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