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If the jumper was...

 

  • Coast Guard: Aw, crap!  I've never been this far offshore before.
  • Army: I hate water!
  • Navy: Must inflate life raft smartly!
  • Air Force: (screaming into all three of his backup hand-held radios) "Need an air strike and RESCAP here, pronto."
  • USMC: Hmmm - looks like an opportunity here to improvise and overcome and open a leather goods shop after my enlistment is up.
  • SEALS/SBS/SAS: I thought they said this exercise was going to be difficult.
  • CIA: Must blend in and appear to be one of them.
  • Republican:  Should have moved faster on draining the swamp.
  • Democrat: I can help get you guys registered to vote and signed up to receive government benefits.
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You got your Foreign Object Damage FOD, then you got your Farm Object Damage FOD...of the two i'll take the former thank you very much.

Edited by Captain Coffee

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Ever had one of those moments where a little voice in your head say's, "Should have done a fly-over."

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On ‎1‎/‎10‎/‎2018 at 18:33, Captain Coffee said:

Shredded beef anyone?

 

I guess I fell asleep on this one.  I'm giving it to Coff for this entry.

 

Sorry for the delay.

 

John

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Ah, there's the beef. Wondered where this one went.

 

Thanks John. I'm a shrimp and chicken guy myself. :) 

 

Have a go at this one folks.

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"...but a spokesmen for the airline has said there is no foundation to claims that cargo overloading has reached ridiculous levels..."

Edited by Holdit
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A jet engine can pull a 35" vacuum on an onion sack.  Talk about suck!

 

 

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It turned out the cargo container stuck in the nose of the engine was full of packets of a mysterious white powder.   When flown later, the engine was last seen climbing through 80,000' after the rest of the aircraft leveled off at FL320.

 

John

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