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Old 07-10-2008, 07:30 AM   #601
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When it's me and John Howard as the last two men on earth.
... dear god, that's a terrifying thought.

Also, I loved on the Gruen Transfer yesterday, the suggestion that John Howard should do a product endorsement for Omo, "making Australia whiter".
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A plane is about to land in my backyard.
I'm guessing because you've replicated the lighting of Auckland's runway in your backyard?
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... dear god, that's a terrifying thought.

Also, I loved on the Gruen Transfer yesterday, the suggestion that John Howard should do a product endorsement for Omo, "making Australia whiter".
and invading NZ!!!!!!! :win:

did you see the hollow men afterwards? i liked it, reminded me alot of what goes on at work !
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did you see the hollow men afterwards? i liked it, reminded me alot of what goes on at work !
Nope, I'd had enough TV by then, though I did like that North By North by The Bats was used in the ad for it.
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I'm guessing because you've replicated the lighting of Auckland's runway in your backyard?
they are saving on petrol and landing short these days?

soon they will just push people out the door over a drop zone at 10,000 ft
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they are saving on petrol and landing short these days?

soon they will just push people out the door over a drop zone at 10,000 ft
That could be fun ...
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I'm guessing because you've replicated the lighting of Auckland's runway in your backyard?
That may be a factor.
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Oh man, these honey barbecue sausages taste of SuperWin.
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they are saving on petrol and landing short these days?
It's actually cheaper to land longer, because you don't burn the fuel with reverse thrust, the brakes last longer and you don't use as much fuel to combat drag from the extra amounts of flaps used on approach.

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It's actually cheaper to land longer, because you don't burn the fuel with reverse thrust, the brakes last longer and you don't use as much fuel to combat drag from the extra amounts of flaps used on approach.

i dont wanna hear baout your dragging flaps !
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are they the safeway ones? they arent bad .
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i dont wanna hear baout your dragging flaps !


Even though I can't say for sure if that part is accurate, I just had to say it.
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i dont wanna hear baout your dragging flaps !
There's also some reverse thrust in the mix!
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There's also some reverse thrust in the mix!
I'd never thought of it as dirty until you said that.
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are they the safeway ones? they arent bad .
Nah, don't have a Woolies near me. They're just from Coles, but surprisingly good.
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