#1
its like 100 years old and i dont know if i want it cuz im like really irrisponsible and like i think im gonna break it. what to do what to do. like im probally gonna see how much i can get for it on like ebay or something and just balance my options.
im an ass hole **** you....
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Discrepancy: While at 110 KIAS and 35 deg AOB with full right pedal, trims would not keep helicopter in correct Outer roll loop.

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#3
Keep it fool.
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#4
i wil thats too ****ing sentimental to just sell...
i hope i dont break it or something...
Quote by Pilots
Discrepancy: While at 110 KIAS and 35 deg AOB with full right pedal, trims would not keep helicopter in correct Outer roll loop.

Corrective action:
Could not duplicate on ground. 11A799. NPPC
#5
Pics? What kind of guitar is it.

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#6
If my grandad left me something I'd treasure it and look after it. It could be worth £10m but I wouldn't even think of selling it.
#7
lmao, if u sold it, thats being quite selfish.
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If my grandad left me something I'd treasure it and look after it. It could be worth £10m but I wouldn't even think of selling it.

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#10
^Gotta agree there, If my grandpa left me something worth 10 million squid it'd be sold within a matter of minutes and i'd be screwing the hell out of playboy bunnies until I was 60.
#12
Haha how nice, he thought of you enough to leave you a vintage instrument in his will and you plan on selling it right away. Not my place to tell you what to do though just thought it was funny.
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#13
i think the 4th post revealed he was jokking. but even im not sure.
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#14
How clumsy can you be to break a ukelele? Unless you're thrashing it about or using it as a hammer, I can't see how you could damage it if you use it like any other person would.

Keep it obviously... it's a vintage instrument that belonged to your great-grandfather.
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