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oliver theess says:
"The Surfing Program began at "Aviation High School in Redondo Beach", California, 90278. The surf team at Aviation High School , which took the championship in 1982, against Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, California , 90266. We know Oliver Theess was on the championship Team. The surf was about 4 to 5 foot in Manhattan Beach. This created the program which in the South Bay schools started even way before that time. It just was reinstated. " For the KOOKS that didn't know" No Bozos."
"Love you FELIX...This guy even landed far too better than the pilot that flew us from Dubai to KL on july 14th 2012"
Airplanes are kept in hangars and flown outdoors, but Joe Ayoob on Sunday set a potential world distance record with a flight that never left its hangar at McClellan Air Force Base in Northern California. Ayoob, a former college quarterback, tossed a paper airplane that soared a remarkable 226 feet, 10 inches (see video). If verified by Guinness World Records, the toss will shatter the existing indoor record of 207 feet, 4 inches, set by Stephen Kreiger in 2003. (The event was staged to conform with Guinness rules, and Kreiger was on hand as a judge). Ayoob, who was a star at the University of California at Berkeley, was quick to credit John Collins, who designed the aircraft. Apparently for some, this is much more than a hobby.
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