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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by Richard, Jan 17, 2006.
you beat me to it richard.
Wow. A red x. That truly is something to exclaim about.
Mine screen shows the post as a blue question mark for a missing link! (No Darwinian references meant.)
Same here (less the nada).
I thought this was gonna be a post about cumulus clouds
Red X on a white field inside a box inside a box.
Or a trip to Cumberland!
You said a wordy durd. Go wash your mouth out with liquid soap.
LOL Ed. Where are Spike and Toby for this?
I dunno, but that was pretty funny!
Yikes... No pic?
"Oh ****, I can't get this thing to post pictures!!"
might be a firefox thing, I could not see the red x either, so i tried with
IE, there it was.......
Judging from all your responses I would say it's like, "Oh ****!, I need to get a life.".
Honestly, I posted a pic which wouldn't take. The pic was a parachutist about to land. The problem for him was the landing was in a swamp infested with alligators. The alligators looked to be very hungry.
Thanks, KD, though I can, indeed, see the "x" (as I use IE) - what I was *trying* to do was to put words in Richard's mouth, but (once again) failed miserably. Alas.
Ahh, that was posted on Snopes.com as a clever photoshop fake...saw it a few months back when I did my biweekly Urban Legend and Hoax checkup run with snopes and a few other hoax-busting sites. Snopes.com is a great place to check out if these things that go around our inboxes are fact or fiction.
Still it was an amusing picture.
Wrong! Go Steelers!
I know, but it's still fun. Blasted Snopes, they are like the Scrooge of the 'net, always ruining some fun. Dave Taylor's aviatar is another example of an "Oh ****!" moment.
Bill, you misspelled
I have to admit, a Panthers/Steelers super bowl would be quite interesting.
I think it was a whifferdill.