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Old 08-01-2009, 08:06 PM   #51
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Too bad Clarkson is such a t*at though.
He's pompous and insufferable, but that's what makes him funny, at least here in the States. He's a perfect stuffy Englishman...
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Pah, a curly haired denim clad tos*er if you ask me!!
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I think I need to buy that book...seems to be an interesting read.
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I think I need to buy that book...seems to be an interesting read.
At last Otavio, someone who might like it. If you follow the link you can read the whole book, and maybe print it out. I don't think Doug likes the writing style, but he was taking so long to get to the points because he received a lot of hostility from the Pilot community when he advertised in Flying mag for true stories so he felt that he had to provide the background info on those providing the stories. I love it and had heard of some of the stories before. Some things were kinda debunked but the Lincoln to which i referred to is well known as being haunted.
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Thanks Sandy. I will print it out. Later I will post here my impressions.
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At last Otavio, someone who might like it. If you follow the link you can read the whole book, and maybe print it out. I don't think Doug likes the writing style, but he was taking so long to get to the points because he received a lot of hostility from the Pilot community when he advertised in Flying mag for true stories so he felt that he had to provide the background info on those providing the stories. I love it and had heard of some of the stories before. Some things were kinda debunked but the Lincoln to which i referred to is well known as being haunted.
Ok, that explains a lot, thanks.

Almost makes it's ponderous pace merely .........painfully slow!

To be fair, I do have lots of patience normally and now I know why it is the way that it is, then it seems slightly more appealing.
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