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  1. Waco

    A Warning to Moai Vincent

    There's nothing to be ashamed about. Just because the official CoV uniform is Toughskins instead of Levis, they're just as functional, and they're far more durable. Other kids make fun of you because they're jealous.
  2. Waco

    A Warning to Moai Vincent

    Yeah, with all due respect, the original CoV name was, in fact, Coalition of the Violent. These days, I think it might be better described as the Coalition of the Mildly Disinterested...but given Fish has already imprinted all that swag, and we've gotta offload it... Speaking of which, I'm confused. Are my Singapore Summit challenge coins worth more now, or less? It's hard to tell with all this on again, off again. I really don't care about the politics, but William Devane called and convinced me after taking a flight in his private aircraft and demonstrating his catheters that I should buy the Singapore Summit coins as an investment. I really wasn't convinced, but I'd rather invest in the coins than the catheters.... At any rate....we still need cash, so anything you're willing to contribute, we're taking. Our campaign against the Moai has kinda lost some traction these late years. Not that I like to endorse or speak on behalf of the Easter Island Blockhead, but I think the answer is going to be, "I have always been here," in all caps, and large font. He's kinda predictable.
  3. Waco

    A Warning to Moai Vincent

    Pretty please on the cash payments for membership fees. We’re a little low on funds at the moment.
  4. Waco

    Volcanic Aggressor

    It's the aliens. After the jet flies through the aliens' provided chemtrails used to mind control the population (and convince them to ignore the lizard people colony under New York City), it tends to discolor the outer surface of the exposed metal panels near the exhausts. Fortunately, a quick scrub off through the wash rack clears up the whole problem. Just don't tell anybody this.....OPSEC and all.
  5. Waco

    Volcanic Aggressor

    Looks normal to me.
  6. Waco

    A Warning to Moai Vincent

    Careful. Questions like this usually get the big blockhead to say something like, "WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN HERE, WE WILL ALWAYS BE HERE." And hooked on a feeling is fine, but is been co-opted by Guardians of the Galaxy since this thread started. The thread tune of the week is Mister John Denver, the Destroyer of World's, "Country Roads." Country Roads
  7. Waco

    Display Case vs. aircraft sub-forums

    This, right here. I've never understood this complaint about forums. "Unread posts," just brings up all the new stuff, and I read what interests me.
  8. Waco

    knights of the orange tail

    Small Diameter Bomb, more formally, a GBU-39 (SDB-I) or a GBU-53 (SDB-II). SDB Fact Sheet
  9. Waco

    Display Case vs. aircraft sub-forums

    Wait....there’s blackjack? And hookers?
  10. Waco

    USMC KC-130 Crash, Fatalities

    They’re not going to be posted. It was unlikely before, but the recently released DoD policy on OPSEC makes it even more unlikely.
  11. Thanks for the detailed pics, Solo.
  12. Waco

    The Last Jedi (Spoilers)

    Seriously, WTF is "SJW?" I have no idea what you guys are talking about.
  13. Waco

    A Warning to Moai Vincent

    A toast to the giant stone head!
  14. Waco

    The Last Jedi (Spoilers)

    There's plenty of reasons to dislike the film. The opening space battle was a huge disappointment to me. I don't know why the latest round of movie makers can't seem to put together an interesting space battle, but one X-Wing against a fleet of Star Destroyers (and a.....Dreadnought? I dunno, it's hard to be intimidated by something that didn't make it past the first scene) is NOT what I'd like to see. Battle of Yavin, Battle of Endor, heck, even the Battle of Scarrif's space component were far better examples. This was like something out of the Iliad....single man epic combat? I didn't get it. Like I said, lots of things to dislike, but there were some interesting creative decisions that help move the Star Wars universe forward as well. You may not like or agree with them, but they're there. My point was...and I stand by it...some of the criticism being levied against the film says a lot more about the writers' personal political views than it does about the films. People are looking for outrage, and they're finding it....sometimes in some very strange places, as I described above.
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