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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Dec 13, 2007.
done any of the following?
all of em but never been cow tipping
Done all except Cow tipping and may have done that....don't know that one
Have you ever . . .
been sent out to get a bucket of prop wash?
(No, it isn't soap. It is the disturbed air swirling behind an airplane's wings as the airplane moves. Called "prop wash" because of the extra turbulence behind propeller-driven aircraft. As a young teenager in Civil Air Patrol, I got sent out to get some, but quickly learned this version of "snipe hunting" was a joke. Then I sent out some new friends to get some!)
Bill :laugh: :laugh:
i'm a preacher...of course i've chased rabbits! :laugh:
I can't believe all these folk on BB and not a one has been cow tipping. It's the easiest way to trim their hooves.
billreber - Propwash? :laugh: Can you pick up 100 feet of flight line while you're at it? It's right next to the metric hammers and left handed screwdrivers. In the Army we'd send the newbies to supply for a can or two of track tension. I was sent to get a headspace and timing gauge once. It's a real thing. What did I know. I was still trying to locate some flight line.
It's also the disturbed water behind a boat.
We sent one new "boot" to get a "line streacher". He was gone for over an hour trying to borrow one from the Search and Rescue station, the Aid to Navigation team, and two of the Cutters on the Coast Guard base.:smilewinkgrin:
I don't remember if he fugured it out or if someone told him.
FTR, there probably is such a thing as a "metric hammer". Hammers are usually identified by weight, as in a 2#, 4# or such, in sledge hammers, and "claw hammers" and ball-peen hammers are identified in ounces, such as the 24 or 28 oz. 'straight' claw hammers that I use, as a farmer. (You can have the 16 oz. toys that masquerade as a hammer; they are simply not large enough to effectively drive a 20d or 30d nail, very well.)
If a hammer was made in a country that is on the 'metric system', I would guess that they would be so-designated in grams and Kgs.
G'nite, all. Have a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year!