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A Fish Named Wallyum 11-01-2005 09:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Patriot Pilot
I just wanted to overwhelm Bill with numbers. I don't think he even knows what a scale is.
He's the english major here its like a second language to him. :D :D


HISTORY major, you anal carbuncle. :mad: I just took English for fun. :cool:

A Fish Named Wallyum 11-01-2005 09:59 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by tbzep
LOL!

Bill, here is your multiple choice question.

Scale is

a. an inanimate object that ridicules me about my love handles..
b. what I do to get to the top of the "to build" pile.
c. a proportion used in dimensional relationship.
d. little nasty thingies all over those icky fish.


You forgot one.
e. that leafy green vegetable that mom used to serve with potatoes and sausage. ("Geez, mom, what's that smell?" "'S'cale.")
Talk about clearing a room! That recipe produced enough gas to run my 1973 Plymouth station wagon fo a week.

Patriot Pilot 11-02-2005 03:06 PM

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Originally Posted by A Fish Named Wallyum
HISTORY major, you anal carbuncle. :mad: I just took English for fun. :cool:

In the words of brother Bluto " Seven years of college down the drain"

John Brohm 11-06-2005 10:29 AM

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Originally Posted by A Fish Named Wallyum
It's a BT-70 kit.


Bill;

I believe it's actually an ST-20 (2.04") kit. So's the later Mercury Redstone (#1921), although Estes has the diameter listed incorrectly (1.6") on the package of the re-release #2167.

John

Royatl 11-06-2005 12:41 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by John Brohm
Bill;

I believe it's actually an ST-20 (2.04") kit. So's the later Mercury Redstone (#1921), although Estes has the diameter listed incorrectly (1.6") on the package of the re-release #2167.

John


Yes, the original Estes Merc Redstone was BT-60, but all the later ones (and the Jupiter C)were based on the old Centuri Merc Redstone, which was ST-20. I always wondered about that misprint on the re-release package.


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