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Princess Diana killed by press photographers!

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Old December 19th 06, 11:50 PM posted to demon.local,comp.os.os2.advocacy,rec.aviation.products,alt.astronomy
Michael Baldwin, Bruce
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Default Princess Diana killed by press photographers!

fake Double-0-Anus wrote:
G=EMC^2 Glazier wrote:
Double-A Hitting a round object head on you have to answer this
question. When a round steel ball bearing is resting on a flat surface
how big is the area touching? Just a point,and that point does the most
damage(oh ya ) That is why 5mph is very fast when hitting a hydrant.
and never used for showing the effect. Bert

But if your bumber has enough iron backing behind it to take out the
hydrant, that helps!


bumber? You been hanging out with Fagar again?


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