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Old 11-29-2007, 07:48 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by OICU812
That's fine just sounded serious fair enough.
Deleting the whole internet would have been very serious indeed.

And I agree that the Chuck Norris Facts are hilarious.
If you want to shoot a mime, do you need a silencer?
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Old 12-07-2007, 10:59 PM   #12
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I swear, This story is 100% true, now that you are reading it on the internet. At last year's XFC, Colin Bell knocked a glass of water off the table with the tail boom of his Raptor90. The glass shot straight up vertically, several hundred feet almost out of sight, did a series of backward flips, then stopped in an inverted hover. The water all poured out. Then the glass did a high powered descent inverted, pulling up into a series of precision Chaos , tick-tocks, and tailslide maneuvers. It then shot back up, inverted again, and began a controlled inverted autorotation. Only about a foot above the ground, the glass flipped upright, settling gently onto the ground. The water at this point reached the earth, and filled up the glass again. Not a single drop was spilled.
Some guy named Manny Lalo then reached down, picked up the glass, proclaimed that in fact it was his, and drank it all. He claimed he was there giving help and assistence to the XFC competitors, but was unable to compete. Even though the organizers had personally stopped by his house to invite him , he didn't want to jeopradize national security by allowing ther Iwaquis to see his Mad 3D Skillz.
This has to be true, since it's on the internet now.
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