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Old August 29th 08, 10:21 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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Sort of sad to see its feathers plucked.




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Old August 29th 08, 11:30 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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WPaddy's Pig wrote:
Sort of sad to see its feathers plucked.



WOW looks like someones Driveway you could park it in mine if it get
tired there.
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Old August 29th 08, 11:41 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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"Maple1" wrote in message
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WPaddy's Pig wrote:
Sort of sad to see its feathers plucked.




WOW looks like someones Driveway you could park it in mine if it get
tired there.



Until your neighbour parks a Phantom in his driveway, so you have to get a
Tomcat and then the whole thing gets out of hand ....


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Old August 30th 08, 12:12 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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"Dave Kearton" wrote in message
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"Maple1" wrote in message
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WPaddy's Pig wrote:
Sort of sad to see its feathers plucked.


WOW looks like someones Driveway you could park it in mine if it get
tired there.


Until your neighbour parks a Phantom in his driveway, so you have to get
a
Tomcat and then the whole thing gets out of hand ....
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Old August 30th 08, 02:55 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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I saw this bird at the yanks Museum on the 17th August. Unfortunately, the
Museum is not open on a Sunday. Go figure. So I had to go to the planes of
fame museum only.

But was able to get this shot from a distance.




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Old August 30th 08, 03:19 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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"Paddy's Pig" wrote in message
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Sort of sad to see its feathers plucked.



Looks like it was in an Aggressor unit.


Regards, PLMerite





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Old August 30th 08, 03:46 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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Dave Kearton wrote:
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WPaddy's Pig wrote:

Sort of sad to see its feathers plucked.




WOW looks like someones Driveway you could park it in mine if it get
tired there.




Until your neighbour parks a Phantom in his driveway, so you have to get a
Tomcat and then the whole thing gets out of hand ....




If it went that far I would just get a Blackbird and win LOL
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Old August 30th 08, 04:07 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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If it went that far I would just get a Blackbird and win LOL




A Blackbird in the hand beats two in the driveway, but a Smith & Wesson
beats 4 aces.



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Old August 30th 08, 07:31 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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Maple1 wrote:
Dave Kearton wrote:
"Maple1" wrote in message
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WPaddy's Pig wrote:

Sort of sad to see its feathers plucked.



WOW looks like someones Driveway you could park it in mine if it get
tired there.




Until your neighbour parks a Phantom in his driveway, so you have to
get a Tomcat and then the whole thing gets out of hand ....




If it went that far I would just get a Blackbird and win LOL


Do you really want oil stains on the front drive?

;-)

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Old August 30th 08, 07:38 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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On Sat, 30 Aug 2008 07:31:28 +0100, 展奄rdo wrote:

Maple1 wrote:
Dave Kearton wrote:
"Maple1" wrote in message
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WPaddy's Pig wrote:

Sort of sad to see its feathers plucked.



WOW looks like someones Driveway you could park it in mine if it get
tired there.



Until your neighbour parks a Phantom in his driveway, so you have to
get a Tomcat and then the whole thing gets out of hand ....




If it went that far I would just get a Blackbird and win LOL


Do you really want oil stains on the front drive?

;-)


you have a BACK drive?
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