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Aviation Comics and Cartoons by Michael and Stefan Strasser
  1. Don’t you have a checkride tomorrow?

    Don’t we all need some sense slapped into us at some points in our life? Of course, the slapping should be done in a metaphorical way whenever possible. Anyway, I had an idea how to analogize the whole slapping thing to parenting. But when I typed it out, I had to word it in a […]

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  2. Don’t you have a checkride today?

    Quite like Chuck, I also work better under pressure. The good thing is, as a small time self-employed artist, the pressure is always on! Yay! Talking about “under pressure”: dun dun dun dundundun dun. There you go, now I have implanted a song in your head! It’s funny how that’s possible with just a few […]

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  3. Something feels off

    Did you ever have the tower say “give me a landline when you land”? It’s a sinking feeling. One time in Burbank (Class C Airspace) we were doing traffic patterns with “full down” autorotations (it’s an autorotation you take all the way to the ground usually resulting in a little bit of a slide down […]

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  4. Unidentified aircraft

    What we are learning from this strip is that you should always have a backup registration number handy for when you get yourself in trouble with ATC. But be smarter than Chuck and Jason here and use a less high profile number. May I suggest the number of a competitor who has a similar airframe […]

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  5. Aircraft design decisions

    Decisions, decisions … I think it is safe to assume that a lot more brain power and thought has gone into all kinds of design decisions that people don’t even know about. Just the other day, I was assembling a new IKEA wardrobe for our kids’ room, when I was blown away by the ingeniousness […]

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