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    You couldn't do that again if you tried.
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    How'd you keep the prop from getting ripped up?

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    OOO nice I usually stop about five feetfarther ahead, I think we all know what happens then.
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    Ok, I can't hold it back anymore. It was a freaky glitch. I was taxiing around, I came too close to the guns and just transgressed through them like they werent even there, so there I sat. Wierd
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    Mayby there was a Philadelphia experiment going on.

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    I've seen my squadron mates run wings through the island during takeoff.
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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Maple_Tiger:
    Mayby there was a Philadelphia experiment going on.


    Oh ya, that was a good flick. The Philladelphia experiment) I remember sailors were stuck or embedded in the metal of the ship.
    I think that was the one where a couple of Tomcats splashed a couple of zeros too, not sure. A bit OT: Me and the wife watched Signs last night. Good Frickin movie.
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    I think that was the one where a couple of Tomcats splashed a couple of zeros too, not sure.
    I think that was "Final Countdown", IIRC.

    Movie with the _worst_ ending _ever_. Right as the Nimitz is going to take out the Japanese strike on Pearl, which looked like it would be the slickest miss-match movie battle in history, the "storm" comes back and sents the carrier group back to the present. They spent the whole movie arguing if they had the 'right' to intervene, and after deciding to do it we (the audience) gets short-sheeted.

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