6 posts • joined 10 Aug 2007
Paris because she'll need this video team for her next hamburger commercial
Noise not wind
I'd go along w/ cor on this one. It is possible that, given a large enough heli, the noise of the chopper blades (thus the "chop") caused the glass to resonate and break. I'd also agree that at a certain height they would also throw around debris which couldn't help the matter any. It is also damn hard to tell how high up something like a helicopter is just by taking a look at it (especially from below). If you asked 5 people i'm sure you'd get answer from 100ft all the way to 2000ft depending on the POV and the density of said observers head.
Who is this Anonymous Vulture bloke and why is he always contradicting himself...
I hope you don't have my facebook account....
"His main notable claim to fame is that he makes Charles Bronson and Keanu Reeves look capable of portraying emotion."
Ok that made me laugh.. It is a shame you won't be around to read this...
I would like to nominate Mr. Watt for the "Totally not what I expected to read on the Reg today, yet found to be crazy interesting information" Award...
+1 to banana ripener skills
+1 to smoothie making skills
@ Steve (Oh FFS)
Here here Steve..
If you're a PJ fanboy, and you are about to consider hijacking what could be an interesting debate about freedom of speech and turning it into a rock band circle jerk, consider suicide.
P.S. Boy George totally kicks ass on Wham!
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