Wednesday, April 27, 2005

bad days

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6 comments:

k2h said...

the speed boat with a pole in it is great.. just great.

and whats with the plane that went through the bread slicer? any story on that one? it must have been sitting too close to a chopper or something

palegreenhorse said...

one quick may or may not be true possibility on the sandpiper
the sliced plane

forkev said...

the lines are a little to up and down for me to think a planes prop did that damage. it seems like they would be diagonal (like the side of a screw) if a plane went by and chopped up the side of a little plane with it's propeller.
furthermore, the primary plane would have to loose a wing (at the engine) in order to get the SIDE of the little aircraft - otherwise it'd be on the top.

palegreenhorse said...

maybe this austrailian government publication will convince you. (page 4)

dice said...

Just in case there is any question by now as to the validity of the sliced plane..... the story hit here at WWC among the aviation community a few years ago. I thought it was a must tell about. And yes those are the slicings of the prop. They don't call it an air screw for nothing.

k2h said...

air screw? I thought thats what the mile high club was.