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NoHaz 10-07-2019 12:31 PM

Clarence Thomas
 
Did Clarence Thomas turn in a sick note? Just sayin

OKLATEX 10-07-2019 08:53 PM

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Originally Posted by NoHaz (Post 2899733)
Did Clarence Thomas turn in a sick note? Just sayin

Iím trying to figure this one out as well as why someone answered a question on another post about MD flying with the analogy of D day and the Germans/Allies.

Whatís with the coded questions and answers?

If it makes you feel better, I think the Delta guys are required to provide a note at times.

Iwa Washi 10-10-2019 05:22 PM

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Originally Posted by OKLATEX (Post 2899989)
Iím trying to figure this one out as well as why someone answered a question on another post about MD flying with the analogy of D day and the Germans/Allies.

After D-Day, the Allies simply gobbled up all of the German occupied territories as well as Germany itself - the analogy being how the 777 has similarly taken a lot of the MD flying and continues to do so.

OKLATEX 10-10-2019 08:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Iwa Washi (Post 2901716)
After D-Day, the Allies simply gobbled up all of the German occupied territories as well as Germany itself - the analogy being how the 777 has similarly taken a lot of the MD flying and continues to do so.

Thanks for the unnecessary history lesson. My point, was that a war analogy is a strange way to describe flying on the MD-11.:rolleyes:

But, hey, whatever gets the point across I guess.

So, the real question, was it over when the Germanís Bombed Pearl Harbor?:p


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