#1 Posted by LTSmash (617 posts) -

#2 Posted by LTSmash (617 posts) -

Over the last two weeks of subscriber videos we learned:

1) How Vinnie and Drew run a TNT

2) How to start and takeoff in an A-10 Thunderbolt

Having seen both videos, which do you think you could actually handle?

#3 Edited by triviaman09 (799 posts) -

It's an A-10 Warthog, not Thunderbolt right?

Edit: Never mind, guess warthog is its nickname not official name.

#4 Posted by mlarrabee (2920 posts) -

I work in live audio and video, so I could probably handle that. It'd be very rough, but I could do it.

I'd get everyone killed in the A-10.

#6 Posted by AlexW00d (6235 posts) -

I have started an A-10 a couple of times already... in DCS.

#7 Posted by phoenix6153 (42 posts) -

i think a-10 would be nerve racking but kind of cool. how far do i have to fly it? can i just take off and land? or do i have to do a bombing run?

#8 Posted by bucifer (88 posts) -

do I have access to Drew's pdfs or do I have to do it from memory?

#9 Edited by Ubersmake (754 posts) -

A-10. As long as I don't turn the plane upside down and eject, I *should* end up safely back on the ground.

EDIT: I plan on ejecting with the plane right side up.

#10 Posted by JZ (2125 posts) -

Well the way vinny explained it, it actually didn't look as complicated as it looks. Vinny is a good teacher.

#11 Posted by Nictel (2403 posts) -

Ill say running the tnt. Seemed like they pretty much streamlined the process

#12 Edited by LTSmash (617 posts) -

My choice is the A-10 as it seems like a pretty linear process to get it going, where in the GB control room I would never be able to keep all of the plates spinning. Despite Vinnie's assurances, that mixing board made nervous just looking at it.

#13 Posted by MarkWahlberg (4600 posts) -

While I generally prefer my crash-and-burns to be metaphorical rather than literal, at least with the plane I won't have hundreds of people on the internet upset at me.

#14 Posted by punkxblaze (2971 posts) -

I would run TNT from within an A-10. This scenario ends poorly for all involved.

#15 Posted by alternate (2695 posts) -

Both with adequate training or instructions. They look difficult but not exactly impossible.

#16 Posted by RenegadeDoppelganger (407 posts) -

@punkxblaze: You want to first turn the main master auxiliary battery control fob from off to "0", you'll hear some alarms, that is normal, then can we get a little more game audio out here?

You're warthog should now be upside down and spiraling towards earth, also the chat is telling us to "just pick up the purse".

#17 Posted by Azteck (7449 posts) -

I've seen neither because ~~subscriber videos~~

#18 Posted by crusader8463 (14419 posts) -

I would rather do the plane, but running a TNT is something I think I could actually do.

#19 Posted by Sooty (8082 posts) -

It's really not hard to run a web stream.

#20 Posted by Jack268 (3387 posts) -

I could handle running the stream as long as "handling" means "nobody ends up dead".

#21 Posted by JasonR86 (9657 posts) -

There's less of a chance of me dying setting up a TNT so I'll pick A.

#22 Posted by RenegadeDoppelganger (407 posts) -

@neoneoane said:

do I have access to Drew's pdfs or do I have to do it from memory?

Jeff is in charge of reading the PDFs to you while alternatingly reading excerpts from Space Jam: The Novel

#23 Posted by nintendoeats (5975 posts) -

What I could do != What I want to do