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Why Do They Make Us Close The Window Blind on Night Fight?

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posted on Apr, 17 2008 @ 03:51 AM

You can keep your plane window blind open on MY flight baby....

Just keep your feet covered, and whisper sweet nothings of new forming stars in the nearest nebulas baybeee - makes purring noise-

Don't make me speak Kling-On and get all medieval on your buttski lol...

Wow I can't believe this thread has the turbo thrusters it does, way to go OP!


[edit on 17-4-2008 by LateApexer313]

posted on Apr, 20 2008 @ 04:17 PM
Oh Lordy! thanks LateApexer313, it all comes at
I've not been keeping up with the thread because
of the problem I had at the Library.

I was just checking on why Mac Brazel bought the
big Cattle freezer after he'd managed to 'scrape off' the
Roswell problem and Ms. Cant the nazi-like librarian,
asked me if I was gonna be much longer.

Knowing I wasn't alone in my quests anymore, I hissed
"mess with one ATS'er... you mess with us all".

Well next thing a hard back 'Something Wicked This Way
Comes' wickedly came and hit me on the back of my head!
My pony-tail binder snapped and my thinning hair fell akimbo.

I stood up and with all my nerve, I shouted "Madam, I'm an
ATS'er and I'm doing important work here"
Cant's eyes narrowed and I could see she was sweating.

Well, I won't enlarge on the episode, but needless to say
I got my booked stamped! and we're meeting up on Saturday
night to see 'Mystery Men' at our local cinema.

The power throbs, thanks guys.

[edit on 20-4-2008 by IronMan]

posted on Apr, 20 2008 @ 06:18 PM
Last December I took a flight to Honk Kong from New York. We happened to also fly over the Artic Circle and then down over Siberia. I have to mention that I had a constant battle while onboard with the flight attendants, wanting to shut my window at every possible ocassion. I tought that it was a standard procedure of Cathay, but it looks pretty much a standard procedure in every transcontinental flight.

I have to add that the great vastness of white in the ground, at low light or at sunrise make anything shiny, on or over the ground, visible for long miles. Probably is one of the best setups to see anything unidentified.

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