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  #51  
Old August 25th 10, 12:34 AM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt,rec.aviation.piloting
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Default RANS S-9 Chaos loses a wing

On Aug 24, 7:26*pm, "Stu Fields" wrote:
"Morgans" wrote in message

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"a" wrote
Being introduced as "My present husband" keeps one's role in context,
doesn't it?
*********************
Ouch!!!
--
Jim in NC


My wife and I ran a disaster office for the Republic of the Marshall Islands
and she started the office while I was still employed by the US Army at
Kwajalein. *When my retirement came thru, only 2 weeks after my wife opened
the disaster office, I came down and was introduced by the Chief Secretary
of the Republic to the President of the Marshall Islands as: * "Mr. Kathy
Fields".

Still tickles me...


You may have heard that old joke of two men talking with each other,
and one was trying to remember a restaurant's name and just couldn't
recover it. He asked his buddy "Hey, what's the name of that flower
that smells good but has thorns?" His friend responded "Do you mean
roses?" "Yeah, that's it." He turned and shouted to his wife "Hey
Rose, do you remember. . .".

It's been a long recovery but he's OK now, except for the limp.

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  #52  
Old August 25th 10, 03:45 AM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt,rec.aviation.piloting
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"a" wrote in message
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On Aug 24, 7:26 pm, "Stu Fields" wrote:
"Morgans" wrote in message

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"a" wrote
Being introduced as "My present husband" keeps one's role in context,
doesn't it?
*********************
Ouch!!!
--
Jim in NC


My wife and I ran a disaster office for the Republic of the Marshall
Islands
and she started the office while I was still employed by the US Army at
Kwajalein. When my retirement came thru, only 2 weeks after my wife opened
the disaster office, I came down and was introduced by the Chief Secretary
of the Republic to the President of the Marshall Islands as: "Mr. Kathy
Fields".

Still tickles me...


You may have heard that old joke of two men talking with each other,
and one was trying to remember a restaurant's name and just couldn't
recover it. He asked his buddy "Hey, what's the name of that flower
that smells good but has thorns?" His friend responded "Do you mean
roses?" "Yeah, that's it." He turned and shouted to his wife "Hey
Rose, do you remember. . .".

It's been a long recovery but he's OK now, except for the limp.

Yep. I've used that joke and will use it again. It tickles my old funny
bone every time.


  #53  
Old August 25th 10, 04:58 AM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt,rec.aviation.piloting
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It's been a long recovery but he's OK now, except for the limp.


Yep. I've used that joke and will use it again. It tickles my old funny
bone every time.


I have to admit, I missed that one, the first time around.

Could it be that I'm not quite as old as you two? ;-)
--
Jim in NC


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Old August 25th 10, 05:18 AM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt,rec.aviation.piloting
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Morgans wrote:
It's been a long recovery but he's OK now, except for the limp.

Yep. I've used that joke and will use it again. It tickles my old funny
bone every time.


I have to admit, I missed that one, the first time around.

Could it be that I'm not quite as old as you two? ;-)


I'm only 29, really I am, I just look like this because I had a rough
youth. Now, of you don't like that lie I will tell you a better one next
time.

Dan, U.S. Air Force, retired
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Old August 25th 10, 07:19 AM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt,rec.aviation.piloting
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On Aug 25, 12:18*am, Dan wrote:
Morgans wrote:
It's been a long recovery but he's OK now, except for the limp.
Yep. *I've used that joke and will use it again. *It tickles my old funny
bone every time.


*I have to admit, I missed that one, the first time around.


Could it be that I'm not quite as old as you two? *;-)


* *I'm only 29, really I am, I just look like this because I had a rough
youth. Now, of you don't like that lie I will tell you a better one next
time.

Dan, U.S. Air Force, retired


I look old because it's been a long journey and some of the roads
weren't paved.
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Old August 25th 10, 08:33 AM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt,rec.aviation.piloting
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a wrote:
On Aug 25, 12:18 am, Dan wrote:
Morgans wrote:
It's been a long recovery but he's OK now, except for the limp.
Yep. I've used that joke and will use it again. It tickles my old funny
bone every time.
I have to admit, I missed that one, the first time around.
Could it be that I'm not quite as old as you two? ;-)

I'm only 29, really I am, I just look like this because I had a rough
youth. Now, of you don't like that lie I will tell you a better one next
time.

Dan, U.S. Air Force, retired


I look old because it's been a long journey and some of the roads
weren't paved.


When God said "let there be light" I threw the switch. My dog fetched it.

Dan, U.S. Air Force, retired
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Old August 25th 10, 09:25 PM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt,rec.aviation.piloting
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On Aug 25, 4:18*pm, Dan wrote:
Morgans wrote:
It's been a long recovery but he's OK now, except for the limp.
Yep. *I've used that joke and will use it again. *It tickles my old funny
bone every time.


*I have to admit, I missed that one, the first time around.


Could it be that I'm not quite as old as you two? *;-)


* *I'm only 29, really I am, I just look like this because I had a rough
youth. Now, of you don't like that lie I will tell you a better one next
time.


Beneath our gnarled wrinkled carcasses we are all 19 :-)

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Old August 25th 10, 10:11 PM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt,rec.aviation.piloting
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george wrote:
On Aug 25, 4:18 pm, Dan wrote:
Morgans wrote:
It's been a long recovery but he's OK now, except for the limp.
Yep. I've used that joke and will use it again. It tickles my old funny
bone every time.
I have to admit, I missed that one, the first time around.
Could it be that I'm not quite as old as you two? ;-)

I'm only 29, really I am, I just look like this because I had a rough
youth. Now, of you don't like that lie I will tell you a better one next
time.


Beneath our gnarled wrinkled carcasses we are all 19 :-)


In my case I refuse to age. I prefer to ferment.

Dan, U.S. Air Force, retired
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Old August 25th 10, 11:35 PM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt,rec.aviation.piloting
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Default RANS S-9 Chaos loses a wing

I'm only 29, really I am, I just look like this because I had a
rough
youth. Now, of you don't like that lie I will tell you a better one next
time.


Beneath our gnarled wrinkled carcasses we are all 19 :-)


In my case I refuse to age. I prefer to ferment.


I think all of these comments have caught me truly.... speechless.

I can't find appropriate words to lift me up above all of the.....
.....Bull****! ;-)

Perhaps a Huey? Perhaps a Sky? g

It would have to have pretty good high altitude performance, because......
It's gotten pretty darn deep around here! :-))))
--
Jim in NC


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Old August 26th 10, 12:02 AM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt,rec.aviation.piloting
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Morgans wrote:
I'm only 29, really I am, I just look like this because I had a

rough
youth. Now, of you don't like that lie I will tell you a better one next
time.
Beneath our gnarled wrinkled carcasses we are all 19 :-)

In my case I refuse to age. I prefer to ferment.


I think all of these comments have caught me truly.... speechless.

I can't find appropriate words to lift me up above all of the.....
....Bull****! ;-)

Perhaps a Huey? Perhaps a Sky? g

It would have to have pretty good high altitude performance, because......
It's gotten pretty darn deep around here! :-))))


Look, pal, I take offense to your referring to my lies as BS. I am
too lazy to pile BS that deep. I prefer the term horse apples. One
requires a shovel, the other requires a mucking fork. Besides, anyone
can lie. It takes talent to lie big and consistently.

Now, when it comes to war stories: there I wuz, me and Ike, that's
General Eisenhower to you.....

On the other hand, politicians are best described as manure salesmen
with mouthfuls of samples.

Dan, U.S. Air Force, retired
 




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