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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by Let'sgoflying!, Feb 9, 2007.
At least until you're checking out bladder leakage underwear....
My wife would make me (into) a sandwich.
Sometimes the box might be the best part...
Take a close look... take your time. The perfect polish on this car!
Cats, it takes more than a "6 shooter!"
Along those lines -
"Television is referred to as a medium because it is so rarely well done" - Steve Allen
Muppets are real, and some have escaped from Sesame Street!
A whole new perspective on Snap, Crackle, Pop!
Courtesy of Dan Quayle:
Yeah, I believe he's referring to an incident in which the person mentioned erroneously corrected a school child's spelling of "potato."
Yeah - he said "potatoe" because the school gave him the cards with the spelling bee words, and that's the way the school printed it on the card.
Interesting! So he wasn't the source of the error after all (although he did fail to notice it).
I once erroneously corrected someone's pronunciation of a German word in front of an audience. Very embarrassing! Whenever I think of that, I always remind myself of the "potatoe" incident, only now I have to admit that my faux pas was worse, because nobody fed me the wrong answer!
When I'm ready for a Jazzi I want one of these!
If you had another one on the floor, then you're ancient!
OMG, High beams and a STARTER! Guess I am ancient!
Over forty years ago, I had a '53 Chevy sedan-delivery. Someone tried to steal it on Beacon Hill one night, but he couldn't get it started. The poor dope had torn apart the ignition switch trying to hot-wire it, apparently never recognizing the starter button in plain sight on the dash!
Or a foot-operated reserve-tank fuel selector in a pre-1962 Volkswagen Beetle (and no fuel gauge).
I've also seen photos like this where they say this picture can be used by parents to tell both their boys and girls why having a good education is good.
For the boys, with a good education and career you could be the man in this picture.
For the girls, without a good education and career you could be the woman in this picture.
I had a '47 Chevy 5 window pickup. Very few folks knew how to start it. Then would ask what that little pedal next to the gas pedal on the floor did.