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    ASA Chief Pilot DeBardeleben Killed in Ultralight Incident

    Oh. It was hidden on the "interview" board. My apologies for the repeat then.
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    ASA Chief Pilot DeBardeleben Killed in Ultralight Incident

    Weekend crash kills commercial airline pilot I didn't see anything 'bout this, so I thought I'd drop a line about it. I had the occasion to work with Nelson a couple times during my tenure with ASA's Inflight Training Department. He was a down-to-earth and generous man. My deepest condolences...
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    $25K Bid to save Chicago Express

    If I'm not mistaken, the article is completely inaccurate regarding Chicago Express' pre-shutdown announcement routes. I thought that ATA had announced that Chicago Express was going to shift from MDW operations to IND to run intra-state routes to serve the new IND-focused ATA ops.
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    Ban Angus

    *laughs hysterically* Well, I have to say, all my perversion aside, I still love Colonel Angus. I miss him terribly, but all good things come to those who wait.
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    Ban Angus

    FNster: I've never even heard of Angus before this thread, so I'm not quite sure why someone would have to go through me before ripping on this bloak.
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    Firefox web browser

    I'm using Firefox and haven't had any issues with disappearing spaces. Hmmmm. Something's afoot, my dear Watson.
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    Firefox web browser

    IE? Screw me. Firefox? Totally rox.
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    Music Downloads

    I have LimeWire and haven't had any spyware concerns. You want something that's going to foul up your system and cause premature balding? Download, install and use any Kazaa product.
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    Music Downloads

    LimeWire Disclaimer: This recommendation is made without any consideration to various domestic and international laws regarding intellectual property rights and/or the escalating commonality of on-line piracy of said property. Void in Tennessee, Nevada and parts of Indiana.
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    Need a Nickname for this Monstrosity !

    I was thinking "Hillary Clinton". Bloated ego. Constantly changing weights. The epitome of what most Americans hate. Trying to be the best... with little chance of success. Trying to overcompensate... one deck just isn't enough. Likely to go down in flames in a blaze of trainwreck-esque glory...
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    Video

    Those EMP guns are a b!tch, I tell ya!
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    Navajoe goes down in the Atlantic

    http://forums.flightinfo.com/showthread.php?t=41671 Right here on the first d@mn page of the forum's posts.
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    Please help! My son has to interview a pilot

    Sounds to me like your son shouldn't have signed up for an assignment to interview a vocation in which no one he knows is employed and then wait to the last minute to start his search... via his mother.
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    Twin engine down near downtown ATL

    D@mn. I type a post half drunk at 0300 without using the d@mn spellchecker and I get reamed by TonyC. That's not the least bit surprising, now is it? Quite right. I've never claimed to be Ailerongirl; I could never match her physical beauty, social graces or intellectual prowess. I'm just a...
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    Twin engine down near downtown ATL

    Not quite the case for me, Tony, but very good observation, nonetheless. There's no prohibition against it, either. Unless I'm in a university classroom, there really isn't a guide by which to measure American English. From carelessly typed up signs in stores "Where Every Word Is Capitalised"...
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    Twin engine down near downtown ATL

    Actually, I was born in Oak Ridge, TN, but spent most of my adolescence in Knoxville. I prefer to use terms such as "whilst" and spellings such as "colour" because they are grammatically correct. Noah Webster and his American "dictionary" which is the basis of "American English" was rife with...
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    What is a statute mile?

    From Navy.mil Naval Terms and Expressions Knot The term knot or nautical mile, is used world-wide to denote one's speed through the water. Today, we measure knots with electronic devices, but 200 years ago, such devices were unknown. Ingenious mariners devised a speed-measuring device both...
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    Twin engine down near downtown ATL

    Every Holy Bible I touch spontaneously combusts ... and let's not even talk about holy water, m'kay.
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    Sky Diving

    My senior AFJROTC instructor, LTCOL Monty Rice (RIP, sir), had quite a few phrases he'd ramble out anytime a keyword popped up in class. Regarding skydiving (or any other mid-air 'evacuations'), the former USAF navigator, a well-known tightwad, would say: "Unless you're throwin' a handful of...
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