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What's the difference between a Mx post and a steaming hot bovine patty?



 
 
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Old June 10th 07, 09:02 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
ManhattanMan
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Default What's the difference between a Mx post and a steaming hot bovine patty?

Answer: nothing - both are bull**** and both will have a crowd circling it
within minutes!!


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Old June 10th 07, 09:26 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Bertie the Bunyip[_2_]
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Default What's the difference between a Mx post and a steaming hot bovine patty?

"ManhattanMan" wrote in
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Answer: nothing - both are bull**** and both will have a crowd
circling it within minutes!!


What's the difference between a triber of Pygimies and MXS on the run?


Berti e

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Old June 10th 07, 09:35 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Paul Tomblin
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Default What's the difference between a Mx post and a steaming hot bovine patty?

In a previous article, Bertie the Bunyip said:
What's the difference between a triber of Pygimies and MXS on the run?


The pygmies are cunning runts?


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Old June 10th 07, 09:41 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Bertie the Bunyip[_2_]
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(Paul Tomblin) wrote in news:f4hnat$aqj$1
@allhats.xcski.com:

In a previous article, Bertie the Bunyip said:
What's the difference between a triber of Pygimies and MXS on the run?


The pygmies are cunning runts?


Xachery.


Bertie
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Old June 10th 07, 10:26 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
TheSmokingGnu
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Default What's the difference between a Mx post and a steaming hot bovinepatty?

Paul Tomblin wrote:
In a previous article, Bertie the Bunyip said:
What's the difference between a triber of Pygimies and MXS on the run?


The pygmies are cunning runts?


Better than being running ****s, I guess.

TheSmokingGnu
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Old June 11th 07, 01:02 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Stealth Pilot[_2_]
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Default What's the difference between a Mx post and a steaming hot bovine patty?

On Sun, 10 Jun 2007 20:41:21 +0000 (UTC), Bertie the Bunyip
wrote:

(Paul Tomblin) wrote in news:f4hnat$aqj$1
:

In a previous article, Bertie the Bunyip said:
What's the difference between a triber of Pygimies and MXS on the run?


The pygmies are cunning runts?


Xachery.


Bertie


Bertie you still hold my delegation authority to pursue the cause of
sanity :-)

pat on the back boy! :-) :-)

Stealth (a real) Pilot
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Old June 11th 07, 07:26 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Robert M. Gary
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Default What's the difference between a Mx post and a steaming hot bovine patty?

On Jun 10, 1:02 pm, "ManhattanMan" wrote:
Answer: nothing - both are bull**** and both will have a crowd circling it
within minutes!!


What's the difference between a guy who posts lots of irritating
messages and a guy who posts messages about a guy who posts lots of
irritating messages?

-Robert

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Old June 11th 07, 08:05 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Montblack
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Default What's the difference between a Mx post and a steaming hot bovine patty?

("Robert M. Gary" wrote)
What's the difference between a guy who posts lots of irritating messages
and a guy who posts messages about a guy who posts lots of irritating
messages?



Would that fit the definition, in rec.aviation, of going postal?


P-Mont


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Old June 11th 07, 08:47 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Rich Ahrens
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Default What's the difference between a Mx post and a steaming hot bovinepatty?

TheSmokingGnu wrote:
Paul Tomblin wrote:
In a previous article, Bertie the Bunyip said:
What's the difference between a triber of Pygimies and MXS on the run?


The pygmies are cunning runts?


Better than being running ****s, I guess.


Is pointing out the obvious your hobby or do you do it for a living?

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Old June 11th 07, 11:12 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Erik
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Man. So angry. Like kids. Pointing.

I'm not touching you.

Stop doing that.

I'm going to kick your ass.

Cut it out.

I swear to god, bad things will happen.

let it go. Be the adult that mx can't be.

I know why he's in France, though. Probably
can't set foot in the states anymore. Until
he ****es everyone in france off.

ManhattanMan wrote:

Answer: nothing - both are bull**** and both will have a crowd circling it
within minutes!!



 




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