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My wife is beautiful inside and out
Hey look it’s the future
Off today, got coffee in my cup and a mission!
Gotta let them start young
A full Chickfila menu
Meanwhile in most of Canada!
Nothing that goofy looking should be able to fly
When I was training to pilot a military drone aircraft one of the instructors said something to this effect. He said imagine putting the Wright brothers in from of a C5 Galaxy and explaining to them what it was capable of... They would probably laugh at the fact that it was made of metal and not balsa wood... They would have never imagined something like that could fly.
What is the purpose of the black lines projecting from the cone at frame 2:36 ?
On the engines? Thrust reversers. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thrust_reversal#/media/File:Airbus_A340-313E,_Finnair_JP7679383.jpg
Hurr durr ima plaen
A remake of that game would be amazing.
A new Aerobiz would be awesome! I love to casually play and speedrun that game. There is Aerobiz '96 for the Sega Saturn and Playstation, but the in-game text is only in Japanese. Though since it is a remake of the original Aerobiz, guessing through the menu system should not be too hard, I suppose.
I'm really happy to see that some other people remember the game! I think I found it on Sega Channel - and I had a hell of a time finding a physical copy. I rented it many times but don't have it in my collection.
Yeah, I only ever rented the game. I do want to grab a physical copy of the SNES version of Aerobiz and Aerobiz Supersonic at some point, though.
I'll take 'ANALBUM COVER' for $500, Alex.
I feel as if the band Gojira ever had a gig they needed to fly out to, this should be their mode of transport...
Dooo doo dooooo doooooooooooooo...
dooo dooo dooooou
An absolute unit
Flying a bit close there, huh?
God Level plane design
The XL makes it look like it was duct taped together.
I love that they drew a face on it.
Funny fact it was actually nicknamed the beluga and they just adopted it as the official name, also these things are huge
I wonder what's transported by the plane.
Op's mom is plane
What is up with the wing of your plane? Looks like it is broken halfway.
That's a strake meant to divide airflow, it's little more than a vertical piece of sheet metal. It has to do with improving the wing's performance in near stall conditions.
I'm just wondering if it'll be any louder than the current one, seeing as I live under the flight path.