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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by Let'sgoflying!, Feb 9, 2007.
We know how to avoid controlled spaces...
I'll be honest, it took me a couple of tries to figure out that the brown rectangle was supposed to be a door, and that confused me a bit - have you ever seen a door with the doorknob in the center? I thought he was walking by a window shutter or something.
That old TV show, "Family Affair", had double-doors with knobs in the center. I remember things like that...it's a curse.
And cartoon characters
And they're probably ****ed off about being marooned there by us earthlings. Soon they'll unite and attack us.
Looks like UAL was the high bidder.
A little speed tape and we're good to go!
Sort of defeats the purpose, doesn’t it?
Why is it.....
That experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.
To steal ideas from one is plagiarism, while to steal from many is research.
Change is inevitable....except from vending machines.
That's asking for extreme hardship once every four years or so!
How unrealistic. Who waits until short final to put their gear down?
A flying turtle, obviously. Otherwise the drag is much too great.
The turtle is flying in a prone position - minimum drag...
Belly landings hurt, though.
Originally released, 1991. Nothing changes.
The Space Shuttle would put the gear down on VERY short final!
But did you notice how FAST it came down?
Well, it *did* have the aerodynamics of a turtle.
I bet the drag coefficient of the turtle is better actually. LOL
When you're coming back from space, drag is your friend.
Well, I actually meant the gear.