Close to Home by John McPherson for February 23, 2010

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    ben_david  almost 14 years ago

    Wow! SOMEbody’s thinkin’. Kinda hurts the aerodynamics a bit though.

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    Mad-ge Dish Soap  almost 14 years ago

    airplane scarecrow

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    margueritem  almost 14 years ago

    I just hope it works…

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    svspatel  almost 14 years ago

    So where exactly does a pilot look through? The eyes, the mouth or the nose?

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    Lyons Group, Inc.  almost 14 years ago

    @ Mr. Patel:

    Oh, the eyes of course.

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    Plods with ...™  almost 14 years ago

    Must be a Folkker- Wulffe aircraft.

    Sorry- I can’t seem to find the umlaut on my keyboard

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    Yukoneric  almost 14 years ago

    SNARGE be gone.

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    Digital Frog  almost 14 years ago

    It’s great to soar with the eagles, but then again, weasels never get sucked into jet engines…

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    siredonnthedragon  almost 14 years ago

    They should fly that into enemy territory … reminds me of Return Of The King … the Orc’s battering ram

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    treBsdrawkcaB  almost 14 years ago

    It’s plane to see that this is an aircraft in wolf’s clothing.

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    bald  almost 14 years ago

    i have to agree with ben_david on this

    but then what do i know, i was a SCUBA repairman before i retired

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    carhauler  almost 14 years ago

    That’s why you see the snarling teeth on some trucks. Deer move out of their way rather than stupidly standing there and getting run over.

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    chromosome Premium Member almost 14 years ago

    I’m not sure geese recognize giant flying wolves as natural enemies.

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    CoBass  almost 14 years ago

    For those, like me, who were wondering what SNARGE meant.

    (@Yukoneric - I don’t believe I’ve ever heard that term before. Out of curiosity, do you work in a field where it would come up, or did you just come across in it in your reading?)

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    Coyoty Premium Member almost 14 years ago


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    bobpeters61  almost 14 years ago

    Duck… Duck… Duck, goose!

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