24 Feb 2004 04:29:16
me
What would you do?

You're cranking some 4 way. A piece move comes up and you're
on the left leg of someone turning counter clockwise. As you come
around, you're looking over the back of the guy whose leg you're
on and you notice his PC about half out of the BOC. The hackey
is bouncing around hitting his pack and there's some bridle showing.
You're passing through 8000 ft. When the piece move is
completed, you'll be in a donut.


What would you do?


24 Feb 2004 12:40:22
JimBo
Re: What would you do?

>Subject: What would you do?
>From: oconnell@slr.orl.lmco.com (me)

>The hackey
>is bouncing around hitting his pack and there's some bridle showing.
>You're passing through 8000 ft. When the piece move is
>completed, you'll be in a donut.

Already been there. Its a judgement call.
I would/ have dumped him.

Jim D-10154

Man small... why fall ? Skies call... thats all.


24 Feb 2004 17:06:32
Tom Olson
Re: What would you do?

You should abort the move/next point, holding on to him or her. Pull them
out of the formation, especially if there is a camera guy above you and pull
them or control the potential ensuing horse shoe malfunction.

But Snuffy would disagree with me on this....

Tom


"me" <oconnell@slr.orl.lmco.com > wrote in message
news:73af7090.0402240429.7f0c44a6@posting.google.com...
> You're cranking some 4 way. A piece move comes up and you're
> on the left leg of someone turning counter clockwise. As you come
> around, you're looking over the back of the guy whose leg you're
> on and you notice his PC about half out of the BOC. The hackey
> is bouncing around hitting his pack and there's some bridle showing.
> You're passing through 8000 ft. When the piece move is
> completed, you'll be in a donut.
>
>
> What would you do?




24 Feb 2004 13:37:59
Andre Lapointe
Re: What would you do?

Suggest he converts to Pull-out

"me" <oconnell@slr.orl.lmco.com > wrote in message
news:73af7090.0402240429.7f0c44a6@posting.google.com...
> You're cranking some 4 way. A piece move comes up and you're
> on the left leg of someone turning counter clockwise. As you come
> around, you're looking over the back of the guy whose leg you're
> on and you notice his PC about half out of the BOC. The hackey
> is bouncing around hitting his pack and there's some bridle showing.
> You're passing through 8000 ft. When the piece move is
> completed, you'll be in a donut.
>
>
> What would you do?




24 Feb 2004 23:31:53
Tom B
Re: What would you do?


"JimBo" <sbozo@aol.comnooospam > wrote in message
news:20040224074022.02130.00000330@mb-m19.aol.com...
> >Subject: What would you do?
> >From: oconnell@slr.orl.lmco.com (me)
>
> >The hackey
> >is bouncing around hitting his pack and there's some bridle showing.
> >You're passing through 8000 ft. When the piece move is
> >completed, you'll be in a donut.
>
> Already been there. Its a judgement call.
> I would/ have dumped him.
>
> Jim D-10154

Unless there was a camera guy above I must agree.

Of course if there where one he would be right beside Jimbo. Which speaking
of Jim, would you use those Mr Gadget hand things to reach down that far to
dump him?

Tom B




26 Feb 2004 03:40:48
Peanut4040
Re: What would you do?

>You're cranking some 4 way. A piece move comes up and you're
>on the left leg of someone turning counter clockwise. As you come
>around, you're looking over the back of the guy whose leg you're
>on and you notice his PC about half out of the BOC. The hackey
>is bouncing around hitting his pack and there's some bridle showing.
>You're passing through 8000 ft. When the piece move is
>completed, you'll be in a donut.
>
>
> What would you do?
>
>

Grab the hackey and FUNNEL IT.