Nov 20th 2009 9:37PM Wow! The quivers are full of arrows, before there all gone maybe you should look @ who else was arrested for DUI in LA, OMG!. Is that Sen. John KERRY's Daughter? Damnit! she was supposed to be sking at the castle in Switzerland. Quick, call Dr.Phil & get Pelosi on her jet to get her back from the coast, maybe if we yell loud enough about Luger's old lady no one will notice.
Nov 11th 2009 3:06AM Hi Carmelinda!
I'll be brief as I want to know more myself. You are correct in understanding the informattion on del. of bread, & the color coding of the twist ties or little clamps.I'm like you in not being able to remember the correct order but they do correspond with the days of del. Take care & I will be watching for the correct order as well. Thanks. Bob
Jun 19th 2009 3:47PM I run a small buss. in S.Calif. Veterans, able or otherwise,from any branch Army Navy etc.and any theater WWII to present will never pay for my services EVER. Period ,end of story.
Dec 17th 2008 2:55PM HELLO!
Are you folks reading the same article that I read? The 30 odd year pilot has been flying the same aircraft in IMC (Instrument metorlogical conditions-Fog,rain etc.) It had some tech. upgrades that disqualified him from landing in bad weather until he has been briefed on the changes, not that he was unable or unqualified to actually fly & land the thing. He followed the rules in turning around even though I would suspect he could have landed that plane blind folded. Most folks would never step foot aboard another aircraft if they knew the truth about how little the pilot hand flies any mordern day aircraft. Once the flight plan is loaded into the flight computer, the entire flight ( takeoff & landing) can be completed by the computer. With the exception of taxing off the active runway, because of traffic, and someone needs to monitor what's going on. Enjoy your next flight.
Jan 17th 2008 12:26AM To: Glenn
My hat's off to you, finally a well thought out, succintly put, relavent comment. With that , I think I am done this evening.
Jan 17th 2008 12:19AM To Wab.
Nothing in my statement was misleading at all. If you take the time to read and quit the pretext of being an intellectual, perhaps you would have understood my comment.I stated that the speed of sound was just above 750 MPH. The young lady I responded too, was under the impression that the speed of light was 2,000 MPH. Nothing could be further from the truth, at least not in my world. What color is the sky in your world?
Jan 16th 2008 11:55PM Wab
I did not say I was perfect. I just have spell check on my computer. Did that little feature not come with your "Atari"?
Jan 16th 2008 10:43PM To: Lisa
Sorry dear, the speed of light is 186,000 mi.per sec. not 2,000 mph. the speed of sound is just over 750 MPH. that would be Mach. 1. Currently in service the United States Armed forces have jets capable of just under Mach 3 in a dive. It would seem that in pursuit they might not have been able to engage or gain on a craft moving @ 3,000 MPH but they could sure as hell shoot it down. Especially if the target was a mile long.
Jan 16th 2008 10:30PM To: Perry
You would not think so, would you?
Jan 4th 2008 3:02AM Sorry Folks, but that is an old news spot from Traverse city Mi. I know I was passing it around last year and I think it had been around prior to that.That does not make it any less funny, just not very current.