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HAHN JET CRASHES ON LANDING

01 DEC 1982, Hahn AB, West Germany- F-16A 80-0564, Call Sign “Curl 8” of the 313th FTS, 50th Tactical Fighter Wing crashed on landing at Hahn Airbase. The pilot, First Lieutenant Rick French, ejected safely.

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Ever wonder where your jet wound up? Put in storage at AMARC or maybe flown as a drone and then blew away by some F-22 jock. The lucky ones get put in museums or on a stick or maybe they’re a Gate Guard.

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The Crash of 311

23 SEP 2000-First Lieutenant Doyle Pompa ejected safely at 7:45 hours. The location was fourteen miles southwest of Sells, Arizona on the Barry M. Goldwater range.

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THE BEACH

I’ve always tried to picture that moment. Two hot blondes in cocktail dresses holding another upside down into the toilet with one of them working the handle with their foot. In heels.

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Hot Lunch Lady

Revenge is a dish best served cold
– Eugene Sue’s novel Memoirs of Matilda published in 1846.

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The Top Ten Reasons the Thunderbirds Suck

Real Thunderbirds will get this.

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MeWe- It’s Like Facebook for Responsible Adults.

What’s the difference between Facebook and Mewe. Actually, not a lot.

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COWS ANGERED BY CATS ON FACEBOOK

There are far too many memes about cats and the cows are becoming agitated. Citing favoritism and suppression of cow pictures by Facebook, cows have launched protest across the Mid-West.

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The New Puppy Coin

A place we can discuss this project off of Facebook.  Areas in Black will be Antique Brass. If you have graphics, join the team and upload them on the GoFundMe page above. The initial run will 25 coins.  Coins, not people, so toss in $20 per coin if you want one.  The first run [...]

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The Crash of B-52F “DOE11”

14 MAR 1961, Yuba City CA–  A United States Air Force B-52F-70-BW Stratofortress bomber, AF Serial No. 57-0166, call sign DOE11,of the 72d Bombardment Squadron, 4134th Strategic Wing crashed after fuel starvation. The aircraft, carrying two nuclear weapons departed from Mather Air Force Base near Sacramento. Major Raymond V Clay, pilot and aircraft commander.  Twenty minutes [...]

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