Sales of the well crafted B-17 at Archerfield have continued, as seen in the picture where three B-17s are on the field. AFP has purchased several more to extend its service, and still offers its paint for interested pilots (link).
This week’s photo comes from AFP, showing Smuggler X using the desk inside ZSK’s B-17 (yes the light works!) at ERIA. He is writing an apology letter to the Linden Chalet after they accidentally dropped two hundred pounds of cheese on the island. The Chalet has had a mouse problem and the cheese is likely to have worsened it.
Aircraft manufacturer ZSK let go an independent contractor after engineering staff refused to let him do any more bizarre tests.
The company has a reputation for high quality products that meet a very high standard, yet they drew the line when a bus was used as a comparison for the new jet’s gears and wheel assembly.
“It’s like comparing a shark to a tuna fish sandwich,” said one ZSK employee we spoke to. “There’s no way that racing a bus around is going to help. GEMC may make great busses, but really, come on.”
The ZSK honcho kept quiet on the matter, but was said to have said “even perfectionism has its limits.”
Smuggler X, an admitted sand smuggler and long time fugitive, has opened a new delivery service called the Archerfield Free Post. The new delivery service has been classified as a “paramilitary postal service” by the WAA, and its legality is still under debate.
“We operate in the combat area of Greater Tulagi,” explained Smuggler X, “so its only natural that we have armored vehicles and some 50 cals to discourage parcel pilfering.”
The new company operates in a similar fashion to smuggling operations the smuggler ran before. “We have a profit sharing agreement with our pilots. Just pick up the paint (link), fly your parcels, and enjoy the profits.”
Asked about what he delivers, the smuggler laughed. “Anything you like. If you want us to deliver Claw doughnuts, packages, or even bombs, we aim to please.”
In the picture a Claw P-40 (ZSK) goes on a bomb run in the greater Tulagi area. The number of Claw pilots has increased since the sale of Claw paints now includes ZSK’s B-17 (link to Marketplace paints).
Waterbank Intelligence Agency has been increasing reconnaissance flights in the Juneau area after a shipment of unglazed doughnuts was captured at Juneau Airport.
“It’s bigger than the sand trade,” explained a WIA spokesperson about the doughnut trafficking in the Blake Sea. “If we don’t curtail it soon, who knows what’ll happen.”
“Yeah,” snarked a pilot, “we might spoil our appetite for veggies.”