● Green Suit replaces level 1 costume, Chipped Sword & Tiny Top Hat.
Under the map and height profile in flight detail you will see first 3 related flights according to the "similarity" with the current flight - it means how much fly these pilots together or even if they meet in the air.
● Be the Hero Trove deserves and tell your friends "I am the Lonk".
*UPDATED WEAPONS & HATS REPLACEMENT ITEMS (August 11, 2015)!
As someone who is personally putting his twenties behind him, finally finding a certain degree of success in the line of work I’ve been struggling to break into for half a decade and happily occupied in a serious relationship, let me be the first to say that Hymowitz is categorically correct in her summation of the situation. When it comes to the glorification of adolescence in modern times, and the delayed (or ignored) embrace of traditional male roles such as husband and father, this self-serving, circle-shaped template of “progress or bust” is jammed through the square-shaped reality that not everything before Friends and Radiohead and vodka-laced Red Bull concoctions was in need of changing. The only reason we’re still calling it progress is because we lost the direction–the vision–of what manhood (and life itself) is really all about.
Even the adjectives that the men in their twenties living half a century ago wanted associated with their name and character–sacrificial, honorable, resourceful, diligent–have been replaced with such lackluster descriptors as “progressive,” “open-minded,” or “stylish.” The problem here is that these are not, broadly speaking, manly things. We just don’t seem to prize them anymore, and this is, in part, because they are not easy to obtain and require hard work to maintain.