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midlifecrisis

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  1. Then both. I heard Trump say it. Or else I wouldn't have mentioned his name.
  2. Trump thinks that this Boeing problem costs the US economy a half a percentage point in GDP per year.
  3. When I first shipped out after training in late 1969, I took a MAC flight from Travis AFB to Hickam. These were commercial airline companies, under contract, flying military personel and dependents to duty stations. I was headed for Schofield Barracks. Many got on subsequent commercial airlines and headed for Guam, the PI etc. They call them Space-A now if I recall, for space available. In my day it was a booked flight, orders were cut. I am not sure what they use now. In Fresno, Ca. Next door to the airport is an air NG unit. The day I flew out of there the NG was sending fighter jets up using FAT runways. Watched them from the waiting area. "Fresno Yosemite International Airport (IATA: FAT, ICAO: KFAT, FAA LID:FAT), formerly known as Fresno Air Terminal, is a joint civil-military publicairport located in eastern Fresno, in Fresno County, California. It is home to Fresno Air National Guard Base and the 144th Fighter Wing (144 FW) of theCalifornia Air National Guard." https://flyfresno.com/military-operations-2/ So it is correct about shared facilities. Many other and different examples.
  4. I have it on my Netflix list mainly because the cinematography in the trailers looks so good. It won the top award at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday making it even more of a favorite to win the Oscar for best picture. But honestly, these people don't matter as much as folks like you when it comes to recommendations. You simply want to inform others about your experience. Hollywood wants to promote to make money. I hope I am not as disappointed as you were when it arrives in the mail. There are a number of good WWI movies like Paths of Glory, Lawrence of Arabia and Gallipoli to name a few.
  5. I have seen better renditions of the DeLorean than these offered. Honestly, the original kind of looked like an El Camino. Just me. What can I say? Sorry to spoil the joke!
  6. My mom would have said you have a hollow leg. I say you have two!
  7. That would likely be Back to the Future but the car I mentioned earlier really doesn't look like a DeLorean so I said it didn't look 1950s. Not one of your best but I do look forward to them!!!!
  8. Attached is the original image. That is how I think things through. hehe In other research, McDonald's sold it's 15 millionth burger in 1955. The car in the foreground is likely either a 1956 or 1957. We had a new 1956 in early 1957 that looked like that. They had Ray Kroc by then. They sold 100 million by 1958.
  9. That car in the foreground is not from 1950s Not sure what the joke is.
  10. I don't facebook but was able to cut and paste the url above and watch the video.
  11. I will try it in November. It's right around the corner from where I will be staying.
  12. PP Body Massage. An Oasis in the center of all that chaos! Definately need to visit once in November.
  13. The USA was warned in advance by the Swiss. The Iraqis were warned. Western Nations knew. This was not a surprise attack. There is a long list of downed civilian flights going back to the 1930s. So, why did they fly? According to Forbes, the airline was already on the verge of bankruptcy. "The deadly incident is the first in the Ukrainian airline’s 27-year history, and comes as the company hovers on the verge of bankruptcy. UIA reported net losses of $100 million in 2018, a whopping 800% increase on 2017, and spent last year implementing a new strategy and cutting costs to stay afloat." https://www.forbes.com/sites/katyagorchinskaya/2020/01/15/can-ukraine-international-airlines-survive-irans-fatal-plane-downing/#329061211722
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