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Caption Competition Mk III

Old 27th Jul 2022, 10:21
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OK, Ok I get it, No smoking in the workplace, only outside in designated areas, but it's a bloody wind tunnel, how the heck are we supposed to see the airflow over the model?
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Old 27th Jul 2022, 11:19
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The hot dog bun steamer conversion to ionic vacuum advancer beam created such a large hole in the time space continuum that this was the last photo before it disappeared into hyperspace . Perhaps better modulation of the dilithium crystals might make it more stable into the hyper drive range vacuum range envelope . Creating a more stable space for rapid hyper space light speed travel . Folding the space was the trick , unfortunately they have not found a way back yet . Their voyage is continuing, should be back for lunch next Tuesday as someone’s last words were something about “see you next Tuesday “
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They say if we do not release them they are going to destroy the Earth
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Luckily, the robotic vacuum cleaner, which had gone insane, wasn't able to get out of the hallway, but the people trapped in their rooms were getting desperate for a wee.
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In the remake of Fantastic voyage: 'Fantastic Voyage 2 - this time we are going up!'.... the stunt double was praying they still had a few more miniturisation cycles to go through before the Enima was inserted!

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“It’s a big hole for a window, a giant leap in miniaturisation.”
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Early misunderstanding over the A-12 designation lead to testing of a number of bizarre designs for mounting a hypersonic canon.
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Old 27th Jul 2022, 16:09
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Testing of means to counteract the high speed yaw tendency of the sole SR-71C, aka The Bastard, was ultimately unsuccessful.
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Old 27th Jul 2022, 18:20
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Judgement day,

Mentions In Disgrace for Kiltrash with "Having tunnelled out of Stag Luft 111, McQueen was must surprised to come out in one of Herr Hitler secret Vengeance weapons facilities", and 622 with "Eric had the nagging feeling that his last issue of 'Build your own SR71' had been mixed up with his wifes 'Build your own blender".

Runner up Treadigraph with "Lockheed's plans to adapt the Fulton system for rapid hot extractions undergo early tests..."

Winner is Buster with "Honestly Brian, what on Earth would you grapple at 1900kts???.


Over to you Buster.
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Old 27th Jul 2022, 18:54
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You Shirley meant to say:
“Will see you at lunch last Tuesday?”

Originally Posted by fitliker
The hot dog bun steamer conversion to ionic vacuum advancer beam created such a large hole in the time space continuum that this was the last photo before it disappeared into hyperspace . Perhaps better modulation of the dilithium crystals might make it more stable into the hyper drive range vacuum range envelope . Creating a more stable space for rapid hyper space light speed travel . Folding the space was the trick , unfortunately they have not found a way back yet . Their voyage is continuing, should be back for lunch next Tuesday as someone’s last words were something about “see you next Tuesday “
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Old 28th Jul 2022, 09:33
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Cheers Dan.

Lets stick with the Man of the moment eh!



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Old 28th Jul 2022, 09:39
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Originally Posted by Buster Hyman
Cheers Dan.

Lets stick with the Man of the moment eh!


Cap't Pugwash watching his ship sinking

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"So where is the Mockba?"
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One last glimpse back at Mother Russia as he sails off into exile in Iran.
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We need more speed, Lavrov, row quicker.....
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Last of the Mokvacans...
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A l'eau c'est l'heure...
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Quiet corner of the bridge, try not to catch anyone's eye, trousers down, this shouldn't take long. It's a lonely life at sea.
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Captain's compliments. We're about to leave harbour sir!
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'Putin' on a brave face!
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