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Originally posted by Mirthful Me
This is getting...
What a novel idea... Why didn't ATS think of that?
Originally posted by CyberSEAL
I think John's aviation records/history warrant a page on there. I guess their editors don't deny ignorance.
Originally posted by djohnsto77
Originally posted by makeitso
Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/John Lear
I must say that's pretty funny... How does it feel to be deleted for being an unnotable nut?
[edit on 7/16/2007 by djohnsto77]
Originally posted by Horrificus
A little rough, eh?
Originally posted by Strawberry_Icecream
Dear me, how can the John Lear article be relegated from Wikipedia to TinWiki.org?! I'm still p*$$ed off about the whole situation!
Originally posted by Parabol
Wow, that is pretty odd that it would just be taken off. If this wasn't due to John's request I think we should definitely do something to get it back. Heck, with a clean slate we could get information directly from John thanks to his support of ATS. Beyond any ideas, opinions, or knowledge that he has that man is an American hero as one of the most experienced pilots in the world. His tests and hours in the sky have provided future generations of pilots with valuable information and a model to look up to.