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Old August 23rd 08, 09:27 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Glenn[_2_]
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well, back from a 8 week trip to see the darker side of the world. Found
some interesting aircraft. Even met a legend at LAX ;-)

some hardware issues is stopping me from looking at all the images currently
but here is a few selected ones that I have on hand.


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Old August 26th 08, 10:29 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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Glenn added these comments in the current discussion du jour ...

well, back from a 8 week trip to see the darker side of the
world. Found some interesting aircraft. Even met a legend at
LAX ;-)

What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean? Canada?
United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially like the
reference.

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Old August 26th 08, 10:50 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Alan Erskine[_3_]
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"HEMI-Powered" wrote in message
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Glenn added these comments in the current discussion du jour ...

well, back from a 8 week trip to see the darker side of the
world. Found some interesting aircraft. Even met a legend at
LAX ;-)

What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean? Canada?
United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially like the
reference.


That's because Glenn is clearly joking and you're an idiot.


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Old August 26th 08, 10:53 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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Alan Erskine added these comments in the current discussion du jour
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well, back from a 8 week trip to see the darker side of the
world. Found some interesting aircraft. Even met a legend at
LAX ;-)

What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean? Canada?
United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially like the
reference.


That's because Glenn is clearly joking and you're an idiot.

You'd do well to Shut The **** Up, asshole.

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Old August 26th 08, 05:56 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
hielan' laddie
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On Tue, 26 Aug 2008 05:50:44 -0400, Alan Erskine wrote
(in article ):

"HEMI-Powered" wrote in message
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Glenn added these comments in the current discussion du jour ...

well, back from a 8 week trip to see the darker side of the
world. Found some interesting aircraft. Even met a legend at
LAX ;-)

What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean? Canada?
United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially like the
reference.


That's because Glenn is clearly joking and you're an idiot.



So, Alan, have you contacted Newsguy about my 'forged' headers yet?

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Old August 26th 08, 06:58 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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On Tue, 26 Aug 2008 09:29:15 GMT, "HEMI-Powered" wrote:

Glenn added these comments in the current discussion du jour ...

well, back from a 8 week trip to see the darker side of the
world. Found some interesting aircraft. Even met a legend at
LAX ;-)

What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean? Canada?
United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially like the
reference.


But nobody likes the US.
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They base this conclusion on small traces of Viagra found at the dig site.
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Old August 26th 08, 07:13 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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Peter Hucker added these comments in the current discussion du
jour ...


What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean? Canada?
United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially like the
reference.


But nobody likes the US.


Then, I would strong suggest all these folks that don't like us
mount their own strategic, tactical and anti-terrorist defenses
and stop sponging off the United States. Without exception,
Canada and our so-called European "allies" have gutted their
armed forces after the Cold War was supposedly won in order to
fund Socialist programs even their own citizens don't want. And,
our old enemy, the Japs, hide behind some bull**** constitutional
ban against rebuilding their army, navy, and air force,
preferring to let the USA guard them against the Red Menace. You
foreigners make me sick!

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Old August 26th 08, 07:52 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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On Tue, 26 Aug 2008 13:13:38 -0500, "HEMI-Powered"
wrote:

Peter Hucker added these comments in the current discussion du
jour ...


What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean? Canada?
United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially like the
reference.


But nobody likes the US.


Then, I would strong suggest all these folks that don't like us
mount their own strategic, tactical and anti-terrorist defenses
and stop sponging off the United States. Without exception,
Canada and our so-called European "allies" have gutted their
armed forces after the Cold War was supposedly won in order to
fund Socialist programs even their own citizens don't want. And,
our old enemy, the Japs, hide behind some bull**** constitutional
ban against rebuilding their army, navy, and air force,
preferring to let the USA guard them against the Red Menace. You
foreigners make me sick!


You are deeply in debt. You are not as powerful as you think you are.
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Some believe that the world converting to the metric system would greatly simplify our measures. But look what would really happen to our old cliches:

A miss is as good as 1.6 kilometers.
Put your best 0.3 of a meter forward.
Spare the 5.03 meters and spoil the child.
Twenty-eight grams of prevention is worth 453 grams of cure.
Give a man 2.5 centimeters and he'll take 1.6 kilometers.
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Old August 26th 08, 08:01 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Alan Erskine[_3_]
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"HEMI-Powered" wrote in message
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Then, I would strong suggest all these folks that don't like us
mount their own strategic, tactical and anti-terrorist defenses


If it wasn't for the U.S., we wouldn't need an anti-terrorist defence.


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Old August 26th 08, 09:04 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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In article ,
"HEMI-Powered" wrote:

Peter Hucker added these comments in the current discussion du
jour ...


What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean? Canada?
United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially like the
reference.


But nobody likes the US.


Then, I would strong suggest all these folks that don't like us
mount their own strategic, tactical and anti-terrorist defenses
and stop sponging off the United States. Without exception,
Canada and our so-called European "allies" have gutted their
armed forces after the Cold War was supposedly won in order to
fund Socialist programs even their own citizens don't want. And,
our old enemy, the Japs, hide behind some bull**** constitutional
ban against rebuilding their army, navy, and air force,
preferring to let the USA guard them against the Red Menace. You
foreigners make me sick!


Oh jeez! What a retard! Do you go around looking for things to be
offended by??
 




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