Freitag, Januar 16, 2009

in the river


To me, this plane thingy is more then suspicious...
I hope there is no further sign of fowl play


8 Comments:

At 12:44 vorm., Januar 18, 2009, Blogger The Phosgene Kid said...

Tow amazing things, the huge son of a bitch was able to glide, and then it floated. I thought a plane that size would drop like a rock in both instances.

 
At 7:40 nachm., Januar 18, 2009, Blogger wallycrawler said...

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At 7:41 nachm., Januar 18, 2009, Blogger wallycrawler said...

I hear it was a "Canadian" terrorist plot!!!

They infeltrated expatriates to bring down da plane.

Them geese want a "new" homeland, free of infidels, like da Italian and da Chinese geese that have taken over New York!

 
At 1:23 vorm., Januar 19, 2009, Blogger The Phosgene Kid said...

Gotta keep an eye on those Canucks - much too quiet up there...

 
At 5:11 vorm., Januar 19, 2009, Blogger Ice said...

What's he smooooooookin'!?

Pass tha dutchie!

 
At 6:35 vorm., Januar 19, 2009, Blogger Keshi said...

why is everything so suspicious these days?

Keshi.

 
At 9:37 vorm., Januar 19, 2009, Blogger Die Muräne said...

it was the El-Quanooks ;)

but serious: it stinks. it stinks a lot!

 
At 7:39 nachm., Januar 24, 2009, Blogger wallycrawler said...

Well don't look to long inta it DM. It's a simple task.

U.S. Air is one of the worst aviators out there! That plane had scores of issues before it took off.

If ya think a bunch of birds took it down it, it's crazy. It's true that birds can take out a jet engine, happens al the time, but there is two engines on that plane. It should haven't of had any problem turning around and landing. In fact with a single engine it could have lifted off and landed rather easily. The plane would be shaking and rattling the whole time, but it's not a phenomenon.

All said and done that pilot did a great job. In the weeks to come we'll find out (maybe) how many jet engines were work'n. My hunch both were out!

 

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