Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by Care » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 05:36:21


uber alles.
 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by Vari L. Cinick » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 05:46:12

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> uber alles.

I think Bush heard Roddick declare war and has sent support. ;-)

 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by Care » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 05:47:43

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> > uber alles.

> I think Bush heard Roddick declare war and has sent support. ;-)

Yeah, W certainly *likes* that word.  :-)

 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by pedrod.. » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 05:48:34

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> > uber alles.

> I think Bush heard Roddick declare war and has sent support. ;-)

Oh, well. There goes any hope Roddick might have had.
 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by Dr. GroundAx » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 06:13:31


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> uber alles.

Should have smart bombed Federer
 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by se.. » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 06:15:08

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> > uber alles.

> Should have smart bombed Federer

"Smart bomb"... another lie.
 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by blanders0.. » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 06:33:38

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> uber alles.

You obviously haven't been to many US sporting events.  The tradition
is both appropriate and long standing.
 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by Dr. GroundAx » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 06:52:53


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>> > uber alles.

>> Should have smart bombed Federer

> "Smart bomb"... another lie.

Target accuracy in combat of 95%+. Pretty smart.
 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by Care » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 06:53:13

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> > uber alles.

> You obviously haven't been to many US sporting events.  The tradition
> is both appropriate and long standing.

What makes it appropriate?
 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by blanders0.. » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 07:54:07

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> > > uber alles.

> > You obviously haven't been to many US sporting events.  The tradition
> > is both appropriate and long standing.

> What makes it appropriate?

What makes it inappropriate?  2 fighters from the local National Guard
unit.  BFD.  Nobody in their right mind would think a thing about it.
Uber alles my ass.

I like when they fly the B2 bomber.  That thing is incredibly cool to
see on the ground or in flight.

 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by Care » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 08:02:38

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> > > > uber alles.

> > > You obviously haven't been to many US sporting events.  The tradition
> > > is both appropriate and long standing.

> > What makes it appropriate?

> What makes it inappropriate?  2 fighters from the local National Guard
> unit.  BFD.  Nobody in their right mind would think a thing about it.
> Uber alles my ass.

> I like when they fly the B2 bomber.  That thing is incredibly cool to
> see on the ground or in flight.

You've been well indoctrinated..  very good.  :-)
 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by pedrod.. » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 08:23:48

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> >> > uber alles.

> >> Should have smart bombed Federer

> > "Smart bomb"... another lie.

> Target accuracy in combat of 95%+. Pretty smart.

As I recall, that was the claim from the first Gulf War, and has been
debunked. Recanted by the military, in fact.

I don't believe we have seen any figures for the current conflict.

 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by blanders0.. » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 08:51:32

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> > > > > uber alles.

> > > > You obviously haven't been to many US sporting events.  The tradition
> > > > is both appropriate and long standing.

> > > What makes it appropriate?

> > What makes it inappropriate?  2 fighters from the local National Guard
> > unit.  BFD.  Nobody in their right mind would think a thing about it.
> > Uber alles my ass.

> > I like when they fly the B2 bomber.  That thing is incredibly cool to
> > see on the ground or in flight.

> You've been well indoctrinated..  very good.  :-)

If nothing else, I think the public has a right to see what its tax
dollars pay for from time to time.  We're not rolling ICBM's down the
middle of the square or anything.  I'm pretty sure even Jimmy Carter
would approve of this use of military hardware, so I won't get to
worked up about it.  I didn't realize
 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by Bink » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 08:51:14

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>>>>> uber alles.
>>>> You obviously haven't been to many US sporting events.  The tradition
>>>> is both appropriate and long standing.
>>> What makes it appropriate?
>> What makes it inappropriate?  2 fighters from the local National Guard
>> unit.  BFD.  Nobody in their right mind would think a thing about it.
>> Uber alles my ass.

>> I like when they fly the B2 bomber.  That thing is incredibly cool to
>> see on the ground or in flight.

> You've been well indoctrinated..  very good.  :-)

Thank You. Now go back to cringing in the closet and we'll be sure pull
your ass out of the fire when you need it. Unless of course you start it.
 
 
 

Pre-Match Military Flyover? American militarization

Post by mimu » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 09:54:57

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> uber alles.

A flyover by the blimp would take forever.