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Any true pilot would be like...
"Shit. Looks scary. I wonder what sort of excuse I'd need to fly there..."
Nobody designed them. Airfields were needed, and they were built to suit the terrain.
The turning circle isn't inane...
It's like that Renault van that had the F1 engine, what was that called?
EDIT: The Espace F1!
Nah. With that one it's the approach that's crazy.
THIS is worse. Here, you're actually flying directly at the mountain. No missed approach...
Some of the best and most revolutionary technology is utterly transparent.
So. In addition to your supposed history degree, you are also an expert in aeronautical engineering?
Shut the #$%# up. You really don't know...
Someone entirely different. Well, I don't work for them, but they've paid for every scrap of food I've ever eaten. <A BORDER="0"...
I've never seen anything like this. First time I saw it, I literally shouted "woah!" when I saw the last plane go by.
I've always wanted to take one and drop a B23FT into it. Sadly, that engine is probably too big.
A small-block ford, however...
No. #$%#ing no. I'm going to castrate Bob Lutz for even thinking about it.
They have the best in the world. Make airbus' people look like a bunch of kids.
Who the #$%# are you?
An F-15 once flew and landed with all but 15 inches of one wing gone.
Do you like golden showers?
I weigh maybe 20 lbs less than remington, and my dirtbike hauls my sorry ass around with power to spare.
I rode my dad's Shadow, but that's mostly because I didn't have anything else at the time. I'm now spoiled to dirtbikes and dual-sports. They're...
#%[email protected] I seen dat shit already.