A. K. A. Loose Canon
Of course, Hitler and Göring ripped off the stealth technology from Coanda's flying saucer. And it goes without saying that the Heinkel engine was ripped off Coanda's 1910 jet engine.
In 1910 Henri Coandă created the Coanda-1910 which was based on the principles of the jet engine but incorporated a piston engine instead of a turbine.A gigantic Tecsian definition-slip to make Paris Hilton's little nip-slips envious.
Tell the caption-writers for the Stalinhenge shot that the plural of "aircraft" is "aircraft" and not "aircrafts" or "airscraft" or "airscrafts."One could also suggest "Go back to Russia."Teksekles the Pakistani.
As always, Mr Rot is fixated on misspellings, instead of the substance. At any rate, here is the Coanda stealth flying saucer explained. Of course, Mr Rot will disregard the physics (too hard!), and concentrate on some random misspelling (e.g., "Rumanian"). Dat at the office.
Right you are, Tecs. The Encyclopaedia Coandiannica spells it correctly, "Rumania." Good that you're coming to terms with reality.
Well, der Rotter would also call Romagna Rumagna, since, of course, the area around Ravenna was "Romania." To this day, the same region of Italy is called "Romagna," derived from "Romania."And, by the way, for more than a millennium, the state that we call, inaccurately, the Byzantine Empire was "Romania."All this, and more, from this Texas prof, who evidently knows more about history than Mr Rot.
Tecs, everyone but your hero Pat Buchanan knows that it's properly spelled Romaña. Of course, you respond, "Deport them all."
Tecs, everyone but your hero Pat Buchanan knows that it's properly spelled Romaña. Of course, you respond, "Deport them all."Interestingly Tecs, your Lone Star Beer College hero-prof's syllabi include HUMA 1301 FALL 2012 SYLLABUS. My girl Huma! Envy is not pretty, Tecs. Get your own malika!
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