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visibility3miles
18th Apr 2012, 20:41
http://img3.wpdigital.net/rf/image_296w/2010-2019/WashingtonPost/2012/04/18/National-Enterprise/Images/shuttle_418b.jpg

They landed where?

probes
18th Apr 2012, 20:53
On top? ..........................

SpringHeeledJack
18th Apr 2012, 20:55
The Space program hung in the balance



SHJ

vulcanised
18th Apr 2012, 20:56
New weather vane branded as excessively ostentatious and expensive.

Lon More
18th Apr 2012, 21:32
C of G calculations were not made in an appropriate manner.

con-pilot
18th Apr 2012, 21:43
Bout time, Washington always did need a wind vane for the politicians to tell which way the wind was blowing.

Fox3WheresMyBanana
18th Apr 2012, 21:50
..and your point is..?

racedo
18th Apr 2012, 23:13
Who told the woman to drive and park it ..................

treadigraph
18th Apr 2012, 23:27
Richard Branson's plan to operate the Shuttle with North Korean booster technology clearly needed some refining...

OLD METL
19th Apr 2012, 01:43
It's...........the newest RyanAir fleet addition with steerage class.

Ozzy
19th Apr 2012, 03:17
How Cessnas are conceived...

Ozzy

OLD METL
19th Apr 2012, 12:53
Another Transformer joins the Mile High Club:ok:

LiveryMan
19th Apr 2012, 12:56
The space shuttle was at the sharp end of budget cuts

Windy Militant
19th Apr 2012, 13:16
Late in the prodution of the Hollywood remake of THUNDERBIRD 6 the producers realise that there's no way a Tigermoth can land that short. :O

criticalmass
19th Apr 2012, 13:28
As he viewed the evening news coverage of the event, 747 Captain Randy J. Schmuckelheim III couldn't help but wonder if he had slightly mis-interpreted the meaning of the term "pin-point landing".

Old Photo.Fanatic
19th Apr 2012, 15:13
Nothings new in this world.
Taken by me at Brussels a few years ago.
Genuine original photo. no Photoshop or alteration in any way.

http://i611.photobucket.com/albums/tt200/phredd10/Cargo%20Brussels%20car%20loading/DSC_0048copy.jpg

OPF