10 people with the same sig motto!

Discussion in 'The Barracks' started by HellDad, Aug 22, 2003.

  1. Wayfarer

    Wayfarer Well-Known Member

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    Don't worry, it would have come to nought in the end :)
     
  2. HellDad

    HellDad Well-Known Member

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    I'd like to congratulate you on that woeful digital joke Way, but it just didn't register, and you probably wouldn't appreciate one's complement anyway. 8)
     
  3. Janus

    Janus Hope is Alive

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    HellDad! Down boy!

    You should know better with newbies.. once bitten, twice shy.

    Then again, I guess if we're going to cycle through the lame jokes, we might as well do so now. The clock is ticking, after all...

    :roll: @ self
     
  4. Arienne

    Arienne The Woman in Red Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    :roll: @ Janus too.
     
  5. HellDad

    HellDad Well-Known Member

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    Enough with the Boolean jokes! I've run out of ideas, must shift brain into high gear to come up with some exorbitantly outrageous pun. (Phew, now I've got a headache)

    Cailith, hee hee, I just noticed your slogan "Mountain - 1, B17 - 0". A pilot friend of mine once told me that flyers refer to that type of error as "flying into a cloud with rocks in it". Not in your case though, as the operational ceiling of the BF1942 B17 is actually lower than the BF1942 cloud ceiling. Must be the stress of combat combined with trying to type and fly simultaneously? I reckon the heavier bombers should have some kind of bombsight for high altitude bombing, a bit like the directed arty setup, maybe with a bombadier in the crew. B17 as a dive bomber is a bit unrealistic.
    (Now I've hijacked my own thread :oops: )
     
  6. Porky

    Porky Well-Known Member

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    i know its off topic but snaketails i was looking at you r sig and saying 'where is boronia?"..i looked it up and found out where, but the main thing is , you guys and gals there have the coolest sounding places..ferntree gulley. the shire...need i say more??? 8)
     
  7. Easy_Beat

    Easy_Beat Retired Moderator

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    ROFL @ Porky. Digging in the graveyard. The admins must really get rid of the related topics module.
     
  8. HellDad

    HellDad Well-Known Member

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    Amen. :?
     
  9. DaRippa

    DaRippa Retired Advisor

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    8) Thank god for Visual Basic. . . 8)
     
  10. RapidDescent

    RapidDescent Well-Known Member

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    You people have waaaaaay too much free time on your hands.




    And me too (obviously) 'cos I just read that whole post.....

    And understood it.....

    Someone shoot me please.
     
  11. Easy_Beat

    Easy_Beat Retired Moderator

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    Admins! Have one of your shovels gone missing? ;)
     
  12. MRED

    MRED Getting Started

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    good to see there are still nerds around 8O 8O :lol: :lol: :lol: :wink:
     
  13. ParrotHead

    ParrotHead Well-Known Member

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    I have noooo idea what you're talking about....

    /spit shines shovel for later use.
     
  14. Bayland

    Bayland The Doctor Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    Argh! The light it hurts. Ok, so I don't think in binary. That saidI suppose one turn deserves another. Ok. what does this pattern indicate?

    11101010001010

    - Bayland

    PS: And no its no Binary :twisted:
     
  15. Bor@c

    Bor@c Well-Known Member

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    I am not so sure about this but it sounds to me like someone has an idol and they are following their footsteps.
     
  16. BeerHunter

    BeerHunter Getting Started

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    ok...now i see the quote and i understand...i also understand that y'all are way to geeky...of course i knew the 10 thing so that makes me geeky too...D'oh!!!
     

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