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Tower Hobbies Millennium Master EP RC Plane Fun Flight

Blowme Roberts, · Categories: hobbies

This video features my buddy Tom flying his Tower Hobbies Millennium Master EP RC Plane. It is a nice little flyer as demonstrated by this fun flight for Bill and I. You can hear us both in the background throughout the flight.

I personally don’t own any Tower Hobbies RC Planes, but after seeing this one fly, I might just get one. I have had my eye on the Tower Hobbies F6F Hellcat modeled after the Grumman F6F Hellcat WWII Warbird, so that might be what I get as soon as I clear some room in the hanger. I did have my eye on their P-51 Mustang before I got my E-flite P-51 Mustang with the Dallas Doll paint scheme, but that ship sailed when I got that beauty.

Here is what Tower Hobbies has to say about this plane:

“The Millennium Master RC Plane features a very sleek, modern-looking profile. The design offers notable cruising speeds, outstanding performance and excellent visibility from the large, 2-seat cockpit. You’ll find that the Tower Hobbies Millennium Master Rx-R captures all of the full-size plane’s scale looks, from the flowing lines to the authentic trim scheme. It also replicates the kit’s wide performance envelope and sport aerobatic capabilities. Final assembly is a breeze — so you can be out enjoying the Millennium Master’s outstanding flight characteristics in no time.”

The Millennium Master is modeled after a real airplane. Here is some information on that below from Wiki:

The Millennium Master is a low wing, single engine, tandem two seats ultralight aircraft, constructed chiefly of carbon fiber. Designed and built in Italy, it flew for the first time in 2006.

The design of the Millennium Master stemmed from that of an earlier, wooden Asso X kit built aircraft but the structure and system on board have been entirely redesigned into prepreg carbon fibre by Millennium Aircraft. The structural design was done by the Department of Aerostructures at the University of Turin and the aerodynamics were investigated by Alenia.[1]

The Master has a low set, trapezoidal wing, though that plan is modified by an extended wing root fairing or glove, plus wing tips of the Küchemann type with curved leading edges. Flaps occupy the whole trailing edge inboard of the ailerons and have four settings. These flaps are slotted and are each in two spanwise parts, the break placed at the wing fold hinge line.[1]

A single piece canopy covers the tandem seats, with the rear seat higher than the other. Behind the cockpit the fuselage line falls to the tail. The tailplane is straight edged with rounded tips and carries marked anhedral. The fin and rudder are also straight edged but swept; there is a small additional ventral fin. Elevator has trim tabs. The Master has a tricycle undercarriage, the nosewheel retracting rearwards and the main legs inwards into the wings. The track is 2.01 m (6 ft 7 in).[1]

The Master is powered by a Rotax 912 ULS 100 HP (74 kW). It drives a two blade propeller with variable pitch in flight.[1]

The Master first flew on 27 May 2006 and appeared in public for the first time at Aero ’07 at Friedrichshafen in Germany in 2007. A second prototype flew in December 2007. Production was planned to start in October 2007, beginning with complete aircraft before commencing kit production.[1]

The Master was not produced and the design was later acquired by Blackshape of Monopoli, Italy and developed into the Blackshape Prime.[2]

Top 10 Most Dangerous Hobbies

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Hobbies can be fun but some can come with a certain risk. Here is a list of the top 10 most dangerous and deadly hobbies.

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Talking About Hobbies – Fun with English

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What are your hobbies? Is it travelling, reading, photography, watching movies or collecting different coins or something else. In this lesson, we will learn how to talk about our hobbies through some simple conversations.

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Learn English – What do you do for fun?

Blowme Roberts, · Categories: hobbies Use this basic English lesson to improve your conversation skills by talking about the things you like to do every day for fun. Learn what spare time, downtime, hobbies, and interests are. I’ll also teach you how to explain your passions to others.


Hi. James from EngVid. Just looking at my work. I don’t know when I’m going to get any more downtime. I mean, I haven’t had spare time or time off in so long. I haven’t done any of my interests or hobbies and — you know what I mean, right? You don’t? Oh, that’s today’s lesson. We’re going to talk to you about conversation skills and how you can improve them while talking about your downtime, hobbies, and time off. You know? Oh, you don’t know? Let’s do it, then. Let’s go to the board. Well, let’s start off with what is a “hobby”.

Well, a “hobby” is something — and you can think of the word “habit”. I think most of you know “habit” is something you do regularly. Well, a “hobby” starts with a “h”, and it means “something you do regularly”. But in this case, it’s something that’s fun, you do it regularly, and you don’t get paid for it. That’s what we usually call your “hobby”. So you might even spend money and time to do it, but you get a lot of fun from it, and you do it regularly. Now, another word for “hobby” is “interest”. And the funny thing about “interest” is that I could say to you, “What are your hobbies?” Or I could say to you “What are your interests?” And it’s almost the same. And we use them — English speakers — almost interchangeably, which means we can just change them, and it doesn’t really matter. But there’s a slight difference. Remember “hobby” and “habit” go together — you do regularly? Well, “interest” means “I like it”. Like, I’m interested in the theatre, but I don’t go all the time, maybe once every two years. But my hobby is collecting comic books, which means I actually — every week — buy the comic books. Like, I have it, and I get enjoyment from both. So remember, you can use the words, but one is more specific, all right? So you could say — you know, you could say, “I’m interested in reading.” — I don’t have time to do it, but I like the idea of it. versus “My hobby is reading.”, which is — that’s what I do when I don’t have anything to do. All right?

So let’s go over here. What kind of hobbies or interests can a person have? Well, one of them is collecting. Now, what does “collecting” mean? It means “to bring together a group of things”, all right? But in this case, “collecting” is very specific. Personally, I collect comic books. And I dare you to go back and watch how many videos I’ve done wearing a Batman T-shirt, and you’ll know I’m a real collector, okay? I love Batman. But let’s just say I bought Batman No. 1. Now, if I’m a collector, I’ll also buy Batman No. 2 and Batman No. 3 and so on and so on. I’ll continue to buy. And I will keep them. I’m not going to sell them. I’m not trying to make money, and I’m going to enjoy them as a collector. I will go back after reading them and read them again. Just like when you collect — we say comics; you can collect books. You can also collect art and music. You guys know — you collect music. You collect Duran Duran — right? — that great group. “Girls on Film” — oh, I’m old. No, that new guy, Justin Timberlake, yeah? “Mirror” — yeah. I can’t sing that song. But you know what I mean. You can collect music. You can collect art — Van Gogh, Picasso — music, again — Beethoven, Bach, Brahms. Collect and enjoy, right? For yourself or your friends.

What else can you do? Well, you can also play. And in this case, we’re talking about playing sports. I enjoy playing sports. I enjoy playing golf. No, I don’t. But sports. You can enjoy playing cards or games. So sports: “I enjoy playing soccer.” I’m saying “i-n-g”, “I enjoy playing soccer.” or “I enjoy playing volleyball at the beach.” Right? Cards: “I enjoy playing poker, solitaire” — “Nobody loves me” because “solitaire” means to be by yourself. Or I enjoy playing poker. Five-card stud, because I’m a stud, baby. Okay. Now — or games. Now, when I enjoy playing games, right, I can do “gaming”. It’s a little different. Games can be board games like chess or checkers or Monopoly, and “gaming” — which we changed to “I enjoy gaming”, so you would just say “gaming” instead of “playing”, right? “Gaming” — everybody knows it’s electronic, okay? Good.

Now, “travelling” — but I’ll explain because it seems obvious. “Travelling” means anything outside of your city. If you go to the library in your city, you’re not travelling, boys and girls. You’re just going to the library. But if you have a big country — like, I’m in Canada. We like travelling to other parts of Canada because it’s like going to Europe. But you can travel in North America. You can travel in Europe.

Hobbies that Make Money – Earn $50k/Year Selling Crafts on Etsy!

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Are you trying to figure out which are the hobbies that make money? The good news is that you don’t need a “special” hobby that is particularly profitable. ANY hobby can be profitable, because any hobby gives you things that you can sell to make money. You just need to brainstorm what items or skills you have developed, created or acquired through your hobby that you can sell to others for a profit.

IDEA 1: Sell items you’ve created through your hobby

When people ask me which are the hobbies that make money, a lot of people tell me that jewelry making seems good because you hear a lot of stories about people who sell the jewelry they make. And the answer I give them is yes – this is a great hobby to have. There is a huge market online for handmade crafts like jewelry. But not just jewelry: There are lots of online crafts that sell well.

In the video, I show you a great site called Etsy ( This is a site specifically set up for people who are talented with crafts. There are successful Etsy sellers making a full-time income, such as Megan Lee who in 2011 made over ,000 in profit. And since then, her income has online climbed. She has turned crafts into one of the hobbies that make money.

You don’t just have to limit selling your crafts to online outlets like Etsy. You can get a stall at your local market and sell offline too. This is an especially great idea if you like baking.

IDEA 2: Sell items you’ve acquired through your hobby

Some hobbies required things. If you’re into computers, you’ll need computer parts. If you’re into cars, you’ll need car parts. And when you’re a fan of this hobby, you tend to develop ways of acquiring the things you need for your hobby cheaply, to save yourself some money.

Well: How about instead of keeping the items you acquire cheaply, you sell them for a profit?

In this video, I use an example hobby of mine: Magic the Gathering. Through this hobby I’ve developed ways of finding cheap Magic the Gathering collectible cards. Instead of keeping these cheap cards for yourself, you could resell them again for a profit, and turn it into one of the hobbies that make money.

IDEA 3: Sell skills you’ve developed through your hobby.

Lots of hobbies let you develop skills that others need. Why not sell these skills to others? In the video, I used an example of pet sitting. People have turned animals into being one of the hobbies that make money by pet sitting for others.

I also showed how people were listing on Craiglist different skills they had to offer, such as fixing cars. And the great thing about Craiglist is you don’t even need a website. You can create a listing and sell directly through that (though a website is always helpful to make you look more professional).

Now you need to brainstorm which of these three ideas suits you best. If you have a craft hobby, you’ll probably want to resell the items you make. If you have a collectible hobby, you’ll want to sell the items you acquire. And if you have a skill-based hobby, you’ll want to sell the skills you have developed.

One of the benefits of turning your interests into being one of the hobbies that make money, is that you get to earn an income from doing the things you love. This can have a downside though: Oftentimes it isn’t the most profitable thing you can sell. But it is usually the most fun!

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Learn English – Asking About Hobbies, What do you do for fun?

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