Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
How do we arm the other 11?
"I’ve seen better plane design hanging on refrigerators." -Phil L. in Marko's comment section.
Can we get that translated into Fasi please?
Just cuz it really needs to be "shared"
Justy saying the phrase "Persian Air Force",makes me laugh.Bill
Was reading a Fark thread about the plane being a fake. One poster had a close up of the cockpit. The Air Speed Indicator maxed out at 300kts and appeared for all the world to be one made by UMA (a maker of GA instrumentation commonly used on small prop planes).
It will never turn up on American radar......because that would require it to actually fly.(Nerd version I used talking to Marko: "The only American radar that will ever pick that thing up is a JSTARS...")
Aw, but bless their little hearts for trying.s
I thought the "Persian Air Force" was a 1,200 knot-per-inch fringed rug?JimSunk New DawnGalveston, TX
Unbelievers! It's built by Lockheed-Mohammed Corp!Gerry
Who wanted Farsi?من دیده ام هواپیما طراحی بهتر حلق آویز در یخچال و فریزر.
Tam, check your email.
A couple of days ago I came across another airplane description and picture - http://xplanes.tumblr.com/post/42863315893/gustave-trouves-oiseau-mecanique-via-the “The ornithopter shown here was flown in 1890. Twelve gunpowder charges were fired successively into a bourdon tube to flap the wings, an unusual type of internal combustion engine. The ornithopter flew 70 meters in a demonstration to the French Academy of Sciences.” http://www.ornithopter.org/history.electric.shtml
Maybe it could be modified into a killer Falcon 4.0 console.
it sounds like something to do with fluffy kittehs, which would make it the cutest air force ever!
Looks more like something out of a video game...
Heh. "Persian Air Force" conjures up a vision of a formation of small-size fringed carpets with turbaned pilots, penetrating hostile air at low level. Do rugs even show up on radar?
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