Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Different Impressions

My father is a pilot.  Not a commercial one, it's his hobby.  
    A fairly important bit of his plane broke and the mechanic made him buy a new one.
 So he brought home the old, broken piece.
  His impressions are: " *Grumble grumble* Can't see why the guy couldn't have just fixed it.  I can see what he should have done there's a thing right here…" And so on.  
   My impressions were:

It's a thing of beauty this device.  Close-up it resembles some sort of nefarious generator!  But from the front it's just another ugly piece of machinery.  
     It was built at a time when brass and copper, tubes and gears were actually feasible, nay, required. 
 And the design never broke or became to expensive to produce, so it never got changed. 

-=Best Regards=-

Sir Jacob D. Fredrickson Esq.

Chief Executive Officer of Early Bird Industries, Inc.

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