Flying with your cue

SSDiver2112

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One could have a handle made with matching thread and joint size and call it a cane.

Still need to pack the shafts, but your prized butt will never be out of sight.

May even score an aisle seat.

OK try one of these then. The shaft hides inside the butt (sorry that sounded bad).

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Z-Nole

AzB Silver Member
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That's funny. :) I think we should have some kind of pool player's association that's not one of these profit-oriented congresses, but simply an advocacy association for players, room owners, and manufacturers, who could lobby agencies like TSA and FAA, and others (admittedly low-cost lobbying). Then we could have TSA change the rules. It's unfair that you can bring a full-sized umbrella and a tennis racquet on-board, but not a cue. (I guess pool has a "bad guy" rep, and cues a bad rep as a weapon.)
I flew to Nashville last week. The lady next to me was knitting with metal needles. It’s the second time I’ve seen that. So you can bring those on board but not a cue? John Wick could do some serious damage with those things.
 

alstl

AzB Silver Member
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Okay I'm going to try this. I'm up on my roof with my cue. Are you sure this is going to work? I've seen pictures of people with funny hats flying on a broom but hadn't heard of anybody doing it with a cue.
 

Ssonerai

AzB Silver Member
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Okay I'm going to try this. I'm up on my roof with my cue. Are you sure this is going to work? I've seen pictures of people with funny hats flying on a broom but hadn't heard of anybody doing it with a cue.
Always use a good 4 or 5 point harness for safety.
Your cue deserves no less.
 

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