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05-10-2013 05:02 AM  6 years ago
Fdykes

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Yes Ryan is a awesome flyer with top notch equipment! But rember anything mechanical can and will break! I think what several are saying is with the model industry being scrutinized with the drone crap. If a RC helicopter flys into a person or group and Kills someone with the right lawer RC flying will be over period. This past weekend Robert Gorham and I was discussing this very issue! Helicopter safety and liberal LAWERS!

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05-10-2013 10:36 AM  6 years ago
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amazing and the maturity leval is to be admired
You can tell by the kid’s reaction, (screaming) the maturity level of Ryan is even above most. Certain people, obviously develop differently.....Many youngsters could not do what Ryan does. I believe it takes a certain kind of person, genetically advanced possibly!! different pathways in the brain, dexterity, the way one interprets even singing, dance, acrobatics,flying…..Kudos to Ryan, he is defiantly very mature and has it together for his age…

I had to add this after watching the video twice.....those teacher must have **** there pants when that little kid was doing thos invertical climbouts, people who are not in the hobby, or dont know of the power these machines are cabable of generating have no clue....they think when we say we are going to go fly are helis, that its small, powered by a double AA batery....I can only imagine the look on there face when they took those kids outside.....But 12s 710mm and a little bit of Nitro fuel is how we roll
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05-10-2013 10:47 AM  6 years ago
wrongler

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He is a master of the heli at a very young age, Well done Flyin Ryan.
Just a thought, Could have gone to the baseball field and had a backstop between the kids and heli.
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05-10-2013 01:19 PM  6 years ago
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wow, at such a young age flying a big boy. The presence of a large heli is way more intoxicating, way to go.

A big bird is safer than something small in many respects, easier to control, easier to see and avoid, and get a LOT more attention than a small bird like a 450. The parts are usually higher quality in a large machine too and it's easier to spot trouble before it gets dangerous.
Could have gone to the baseball field and had a backstop between the kids and heli.
That would have been wisest considering the heli size.
Its crazy how these young kids learn so fast! I didn't start flying until I was 55 and will never be that good!! In some cases you can't teach old dogs new tricks!!
Don't you wish you started that young when the brain hasn't seen stress.

At old age it isn't impossible to learn 3d, just takes will power and determination to work on the weak spots while enjoying your strengths, that or enjoy other people doing it for you.

3d isn't difficult once you understand the 4 basic directional flight orientations and correlating stick patterns. It's only when they revolve and/or flip from one to the next is where your brain is challenged to quickly respond. If successful at mastering the patterns you'll be dancing in the skies.

trod1965, what camera are you using? I find it hard to follow a moving object in daylight with a cam that has a lcd screen as a viewer without it being covered from the daylight. A simple t-shirt thrown over your head and camera like the way old days might help you track the heli a bit better without an eye piece viewer.

Thanks for posting the vid. The audience kids ohhs and ahhs are entertaining.
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05-10-2013 06:54 PM  6 years ago
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Nice flying Young MAN.

Rest y'all better stay in the house a rain drop might fatally wound ya.
Oh and if it were not for risk, what would be the point of living?
And to top it off most of us were nearly strangled to death the day we were born. So risk is in our blood.
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05-10-2013 07:17 PM  6 years ago
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Do not go to IRCHA or any event for that means if this video makes you think safty. This is simply an awsome kid with skills. It is so cool his school let him show them off. No longer does his friends think he flys mall copters. My 11yr old has that problem and is loosing interest in helis since his friends don't recognize real rc helis.
I found them flying safe, controlled and did a nice demo.
Ryan Rocks too!
Keep it up!!!!!!!!!
Friends don't encourage friends to fly helis! It can cause part shortages.
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05-10-2013 07:38 PM  6 years ago
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That kid is a rock star at his school.lol...Awesome.

It looked safe enough to me and that is really saying something.

The parents knew.
The school knew.

Move along people.

The OP should put the people picking his kid and parenting apart on his ignore list so they can't post in his threads.

Great job Ryan and congrats...maybe see you in Cincy someday.
I literally never use the word literally right.
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05-10-2013 07:55 PM  6 years ago
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LOL after 11 years on RR it's nice and warm to know nothing has changed on RR other than the technology

McKrackin, maybe he should put the people with faith on his ignore list too

that there is sarcasms
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05-10-2013 07:55 PM  6 years ago
MichiganFlyer

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Sweet! We get to see him at Mid America!Friends don't encourage friends to fly helis! It can cause part shortages.
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05-10-2013 08:12 PM  6 years ago
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McKrackin, maybe he should put the people with faith on his ignore list too
What's that supposed to mean?

PM please...people need to stop trashing up this guys thread...He's just a proud parent.

Move along...Safety views were posted and the actual person who made the video has read them...Anything further is trolling and harassment.
I literally never use the word literally right.
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05-10-2013 09:36 PM  6 years ago
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Great flying kid!!! Theres nothing to be gained with the "bring it closer" stuff. Hes a kid, im sure hes having enough fun with it at a safer distance. Plus he can see better than you, not to mention safety.
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05-10-2013 11:25 PM  6 years ago
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Many of you are real knuckleheads.
Its one thing to put yourself in danger, but when you put others that are not aware of the potential danger at risk, thats wrong. If you got a call at work informing you that your child was killed from a heli demonstration, you would be on the side of safety and looking for someones head, and you know it...
Maybe those who think about safety of others are more mature then the rest who do not. Think about others for a change. How hard is it to move to a better, safer flying location?
The parents knew.
The school knew.
I really doubt the parents knew. And if they did, did not realize the power in the heli he was flying..
Like I said before, I was the first to tell the lad how good of job he did flying. I blame the adults for the rest. And whats with pops telling him to fly closer? Lets get a real close look at those spinning blades.. Too much....
I guess we all should just throw safety to the wind.
Use your head guys, especially when you put others at risk.
Many seem to think being safe and looking out for others is a bad thing.
Its all earth!
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05-11-2013 12:04 AM  6 years ago
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I turned down a gig like this a few months ago at our local high school, which saddened me because I love exposing young people to the hobby, however I declined due to potential liability issues especially with the larger size electric helicopters. If an accident occurred on school grounds and an (unsuspecting) minor was injured, I couldn't live with myself.

Otherwise this is an awesome video Ryan and you're an amazing young pilot. Keep up the good work!!!
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05-11-2013 12:50 AM  6 years ago
McKrackin

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Many seem to think being safe and looking out for others is a bad thing.
No..I agree completely.

BUT...THIS particular situation is not bad at all.

Move along and quit the preaching...or start your own soapbox thread.
I literally never use the word literally right.
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05-11-2013 01:01 AM  6 years ago
Supertoyz

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I was going to go mow the lawn but maybe I'd better alert all of the neighborhood parents to keep their kids safely indoors
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05-11-2013 01:39 AM  6 years ago
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THIS particular situation is not bad at all
naa, only potentially dangerous, as it has been proven

as for mowing the lawn, plenty of kids have been hut doing that too, I know I would not mow a lawn with 30 8y.o. kids stand around
Jim
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05-11-2013 02:15 AM  6 years ago
trod1965

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The video I posted is to show a very talented young man (Flyin Ryan Robertson) doing what he loves to do, and He does it very well for 7 yrs old. Like the vid or hate it is up to you.Great input from all. Thank guys and if you ever talk to anybody that has watched him fly he is as safe as any. Once again Enjoy a look at the future Todd
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05-11-2013 02:21 AM  6 years ago
BobOD

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Some constructive criticism should not be met with negativity.
And that should not be met with less than constructive criticism.
Otherwise it just turns into a mess.

There's some good advise here.
Team POP Secret
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05-11-2013 02:21 AM  6 years ago
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Take as it will : I know of it happening at a Model Show : Fully tested the AMA Cash Liability / and also Drained the Home Owners Personal property Liability limit. If they would have had a Umbrella Liability it would of taken that also. Attorney bait.

It was simple ; a 7 year old child - girl - and a bad take off - by the son - of a soapbox derby dad. Squirreled off the flight line into her - got her on the foot. The young fellow never flew again - dropped out of the hobby.

It was a mess.

Some just never understand the fire hand test
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05-11-2013 02:24 AM  6 years ago
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Flyin Ryan you will meet Mason Damanski at some time. You are both great pilots.Bill Whittaker
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