Rod Machado Live - 14 Audio Lectures (MP3s on DVD or Download)

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The Best of Rod Machado Live (14 Audio Files, 12.5 Hours)

Turn your COMMUTE time into fun LEARNING time

   Unique audio CDs are 12.5 hours recorded live before pilot audiences across the country. Machado at his best—entertaining as he teaches. Rod combined 10 of his best recordings from the original "Laugh and Learn" tape series and added four additional live recordings to produce this exciting 14 audio file set.
   Included are Rod's popular handling in-flight emergencies seminar and his latest programs on defensive flying, the art of flying, the nonpilot's guide to landing an airplane, and three CDs of Rod's funniest standup aviation humor. You can laugh and learn while driving, gardening, or building your own plane.
   Note-1: These audio files were recorded under under many different conditions. Some were recorded in lecture halls while others were recorded in airplane hangars. So audio quality does vary between individual files.
   Note-2: Download these files (or this file) to your desktop or laptop computer, unzip them (if necessary) then transfer to your iPad/iPhone or tablet device using the software appropriate for that device (i.e., iTunes for the iPad/iPhone). Digital downloads are non refundable.

The Best of Rod Machado Live (Audio) contains:
Disc 1: Laugh Your Empennage Off
Disc 2: Samurai Airmanship
Disc 3: Reducing Cockpit Stress Between the Sexes
Disc 4: Cockpit Management
Disc 5: An Aviation Sense of Humor
Disc 6: Creative Solutions to the Aviator's Most Common Problems
Disc 7: Handling In-flight Emergencies 1
Disc 8: Handling In-flight Emergencies 2
Disc 9: Handling In-flight Emergencies 3
Disc 10: Handling In-flight Emergencies 4
Disc 11: The Nonpilot's Guide to Landing an Airplane
Disc 12: Aviation Humor: The Light Stuff
Disc 13: Yoke and Pedal: The Art of Flying
Disc 14: More Defensive Flying

“Rod has a wonderful sense of humor that will keep you in stitches and when you’re done laughing, you’ll be amazed at how much you’ve learned.”

 John and Martha King

“Mary Poppins once sang, ‘A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.’ Rod Machado goes one step further by sugar coating invaluable aeronautical wisdom with entertaining wit and humor.”

Barry Schiff,

TWA captain/noted author

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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