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TE Preferences

Post by KODIAK » 17 May 2005, 18:25

This, of course, is the forum below, where you will be required to place your preferences as far as aircraft and mission type is concerned.
Guys, don't worry, I've spoken to Steel's vet, and he has dispensed a course of tranquilizers for him - he should be right as rain by tomorrow morning. :twisted:

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Post by Jedi Master » 18 May 2005, 06:20

This isn't the forum below--this is the forum here. The forum below is below this one.
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Post by KODIAK » 18 May 2005, 07:02

And, as we all know, tomorrow never comes, eh! :shock: :roll:

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Post by KODIAK » 23 May 2005, 07:35

Well, no replies then. I'm guessing there won't be many showing tonight. I'll go find some TEs on the net then.

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Post by Tach Deneva » 23 May 2005, 08:38

ME 262 prince of turbojet
Junkers Jumo 004
Blasts from clustered R4/M quartets in my snout
And see these English planes go burn

Well, you be my witness, how red were the skies
When the fortresses flew for the very last time
It was dark over Westphalia
In April of ’45

TD

ps: carry on. :mrgreen:
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Post by KODIAK » 23 May 2005, 17:13

Hm . m . m . m . :?

Anyone know if TD's on medication? :shock:

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Post by Grifter » 23 May 2005, 17:44

I believe TD has written a poem in homage to WWII's final days of air war when the 262 was reigning terror down on B-17's etc.
[img]http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a77/Grifter404/f16003sig.jpg[/img]
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Post by KODIAK » 23 May 2005, 18:12

Have to say, I'm really struggling here guys. So, incase I just can't take the shit anymore and drag myself off to bed, here is a link with a pile of decent TEs:

http://home.rochester.rr.com/hhhome/TE/TE.htm

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Post by Tach Deneva » 23 May 2005, 18:41

Grifter wrote:I believe TD has written a poem in homage to WWII's final days of air war when the 262 was reigning terror down on B-17's etc.


It's actually a song by Blue Öyster Cult, titled, appropriately enough, 'ME 262'. It's from their 1974 album 'Secret Treaties'. Another verse:

In a G-load disaster from the rate of climb
Sometimes I'd faint and be lost to our side
But there's no reward for failure - but death
So watch me in mirrors keep me on the glidepath

Get me through these radars, no, I cannot fail
While my great silver slugs are eager to feed
I can't fail - no, not now
When twenty-five bombers wait ripe

Carry on. <S>

TD
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Post by Grifter » 23 May 2005, 18:57

AHAH...Nice find TD. Cool lyrics.
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Post by Jedi Master » 24 May 2005, 04:49

Yes, creators of the song "Godzilla" and, of course, the infamous Cowbell! :D

"I've got a fever, and the only prescription...is more cowbell!"
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Post by KODIAK » 24 May 2005, 07:41

Yeah, cool find indeed. Just a rather unusual subject matter though for song lyrics.

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Post by Tach Deneva » 02 Nov 2007, 04:05

KODIAK wrote:Yeah, cool find indeed. Just a rather unusual subject matter though for song lyrics.
Hey I found it - on Youtube, of course.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vI-z64G3tvU

TD
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Post by VEGETA » 02 Nov 2007, 07:52

talk about reviving a old thread PDT_Armataz_01_12

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Post by Hammer » 02 Nov 2007, 19:07

geez Tach. 2.5 years old....bored?
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