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    Originally Posted by daniel19790525 Go to original post
    What does that have to do with music though??
    Absolutely nothing. But I did search for anything music-related that also occurred on that date (March 27, 1977), and came up with nothing.
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    Originally Posted by gnrmjd Go to original post
    Alternatively taking out "placement errors" and thinking that maybe that is just a clue to us

    "Combination of changes near the airplane and the entire sky obscured by clouds"

    Połączenie zmian w pobliżu samolotu i całe niebo zasłonięte przez chmury

    Everything besides placement and bledow is in there

    You and I had the same thought at almost the same time. wierd....
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    Originally Posted by gnrmjd Go to original post
    could it be describing an album cover?

    http://static.qobuz.com/images/cover...874475_600.jpg

    theres a Ton of album covers with clouds
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    One other thing Im thinking is that "Combination of changes near the airplane and the entire sky obscured by clouds" maybe there's another word besides 'changes' that goes there that also transaltes to "zmian"? Because that sentence makes a lot of sense except that one word is strange.
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  5. #855
    Originally Posted by gnrmjd Go to original post
    So bands that died in airplane crashes:

    Lynyrd Skynyrd - unlikely we already have a lot of their stuff

    Stevie Ray Vaughn - Possible...fog was an issue

    Randy Rhodes - Unlikely he crashed into a tour bus

    Buddy Holly and the other people on the Day the music died? (Or Don Mclean)? wikipedia says this crash was caused by a combination of poor weather conditions and pilot error.
    Probably the wrong tree to be barking up, but don't forget Jim Croce, John Denver and Ricky Nelson.
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    Originally Posted by gnrmjd Go to original post
    Album covers with airplanes and cloudy skies:

    Led Zepellin kind of....don't we wish?

    Yes
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    Also aircraft works as well as airplane, so it could technically refer to the zepellin cover though that's just wishful thinking. That "changes" word just doesnt feel right to me, can a polish speaker look at that english sentence and see if theres a word to insert there that might make more sense?
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    Originally Posted by daniel19790525 Go to original post
    But an aircraft isn't per definition an airplane......
    Right. Aircraft includes zepplins. The Hindenburg crashed whilst docking, but wasn't weather-related. Perhaps the puncture of the gas-bag was obscured by the clouds, and the placement of the water ballast was erroneous?

    Eh, talk about your all-time example of confirmation bias...
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    Did we get a negative on pink floyd

    http://rymimg.com/lk/f/l/b372b26692c...8d/2633955.jpg
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