8 posts • joined 30 Oct 2010
Here's a thought regarding NSFW
If you're going to browse the internet doing something not work related - you're already doing something NSFW. Don't moan when your workshy internet page ends up with a lady's derriere on the screen.
IIRC both of those were training sorties where the Typhoon was airborne for training purposes and neither were fair fights. At no time has there been sorties between Rafale/Typhoon/F22 were all were equipped with fully Combat Ready crews, no tactical restraints and told 'In your own time, go on'. You've fallen foul of the French PR machine that as soon as anything as an edge over the other aircraft happens they go singing about how good they are and that they won. They even once claimed Rafale beat F22....
As for Lewis - Your entire article reads like a skewed rant against the RAF when surely the finger should be pointed at Government and MoD, not the boys and girls in blue suits themselves. Perhaps more than a little bitter still that the boys in Dark Blue were unable to justify their horrifically large fleet in the proper manner pre-SDSR and as a result were bent over and spanked come chop day?
Thank you and good night, much love
Loving the Terry Tibbs reference on page 1!
re: Still Saving At The Wrong Place
MG42s are enough to boot out Uncle Sam? Train every Falklander in the operation of the MG42???
Go back to Call of Duty Captain McWarHero; Your tactical insight is wasted here.
Re: different from move
I wonder if Kinect could be programmed to recognise and track a 360 controller?
So let me get this straight...
The system with the highest PC Mark score AND longest battery life (Acer 1810TZ) isn't worthy of being given the 'Recommended' moniker? How bizarre!
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