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John Lear's real brother

 
murat
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05/07/2011 05:05 PM
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This sure is nice to see. What is the stone that burns?
(only kidding)
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05/07/2011 11:49 PM
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Re: John Lear's real brother
Yeahhhh, and I am David Lear's daughter.

Ask me a question...
 Quoting: Erin Lear 1374294




Hi Erin.....

If you are really Erin, what sport did you
practice in Southeast Asia and what country?
Live your life with integrity; and without envy hate or greed. Express your love to your family every day.

Thats all you have to do in this life other than doing things you like to do.
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05/08/2011 06:20 PM
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The Lord who laugheth at the shaking of a speare rebuke you satan lear false real
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06/25/2015 03:50 AM
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Re: John Lear's real brother
David are you a pilot also?
 Quoting: OZZIE RABBIT


'Used to be. I got as far as getting my instrument rating but then circumstances were such that I never pursued it. One highlight was flying left seat in a LearJet 25 with John as my instructor. That was a blast!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1369482


Hell...I've done that! Think it was a 35-A though? John as your instructor.....doesn't get any better than that and certainly a lifetime memory!
"coffee anyone...upside down?" :)
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Re: John Lear's real brother
I have a question for Jax,

What was it like growing up with John? It couldn't have been a typical childhood.
 Quoting: Argana


Depends on your definition of typical...if growing up in foreign countries, vacationing at the L'il Ale Inn for weekend trips, shooting guns and receiving failing grades in science because your teacher doesn't believe in aliens (or their method of travel), having your house bugged, your phone calls tapped, and strange recordings telling you you're not going to have your father much longer, than yes, it was quite typical. If your definition of typical is parents that work 9-5 jobs, have friends that have hobbies like golf or tennis and take vacations to popular tourist destinations, then, no, no not quite....LOL!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1369077


Jax...you left out the firecrackers and trampoline!cool2