[Vwdiesel] Rabbit droppings --OT ----( The Discovery take off ? )H . Hagar. h_hagar at prcn.org
Sat Aug 20 11:39:28 EDT 2005
----- Original Message ----- From: "H . Hagar." <h_hagar at prcn.org> To: <vwdiesel at vwfans.com> Sent: Saturday, August 20, 2005 8:14 AM Subject: Rabbit droppings --OT ----( The Discovery take off ? ) > Today is 20 August 2005. Ms. Discovery is back safe and sound ----what a girl WOW ? > > I followed the whole thing on TV from start to finish. ---- I who saw Hindenburg glide > right above me.? > That was one FAT Fraulein. ---- Here comes the required Diesel stuffing. > > I just know that Mark Shepherd is going to say that we should send up a Rabbit diesel to > find out if it works in ZERO gravity. ---I volunteer to go along. ---- I say it will > work just fine. ---with minor modification to lube system.---Us flyboys knows about oiling > engines in any position. > > Lifting a 1.5L NA with your little finger ? JA ---that's for me --Lifting ? ---eh > moving. Under the NEW NASA director ----ALL advice and suggestions will be listened > to ---NO more Ms.Hamm in the system. > > Yes even the Janitor can NOW have his say. -----There you go Mark Shepherd ---here is your > chance. > > I am sending my suggestion right now --TODAY-. If they follow my advice there will be a > black box --a la Airline in the cockpit on the next take off. -- Signal loss is a > problem ---to monitor from ground is NOT complete. > > The mission # 11 ? --- was a glorious performance by NASA --I tip mein chapeau twice. > > Must be a heartbreak to land and have a Cof A removed and have the fleet grounded after > 2.5 years of hard work.----IMHO --a totally correct decision.---Now lets get to work. > > Hagar. wannabe space Kadet. > > PS : A blackbox would have landed in crawford intact last time IMHO. That would have > given crucial information during signal loss on re-entry. Has Hagar tested foam at > supersonic speeds ? Bet your sweet ass. > If I have to I shall ask Mark LaPlante to put a slip of paper in the suggestion BOX for > me. > Have I tested LOTS of materials at minus 70 ? Bet your clammy ass.
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