# Warbirds and more - trivia game

by Gokul43201
Tags: game, trivia, warbirds
 P: 4,778 Why are you still here? G.O. A.W.A.Y. N.O.W
 PF Patron Sci Advisor Emeritus P: 11,137 ...I'm completely throwing away. I know Cyrus was clearly refering to the Sopwith, but gained an unfair advantage by using a completely non-standard abbreviation (which is the best that can be said of "spot"). So we have Fred with 3 and Cyrus with 6, and there's 39 to decide upon...
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 Quote by Gokul43201 So we have Fred with 3 and Cyrus with 6, and there's 39 to decide upon...
I'll concede 39.
 P: 4,778 Fine, then give Fred the camel for the spelling. I pitty that fool anyways.
 PF Patron Sci Advisor Emeritus P: 11,137 ....and I'm giving 39 to Cyrus. When I said "keep it short" I didn't mean "leave it ambiguous". SA2 is just as short as SAM. Cyrus wins by 6 points!
 P: 4,778 "Garvin, You can be my wingman any time."
 Sci Advisor P: 5,096 Gokul never mentioned that the winner gets a free dinner with Penguino at Chuck E. Cheese. CONGRATS! This was the best thread EVER, by far.
 PF Patron Sci Advisor Emeritus P: 11,137 FINAL SCORES : Bystander 23 Cyrus 45 Fred 39 Kurdt's Charitable Fund 3 Good game all. 'Twas fun for me too!
 P: 4,778 Good game garvin, and remember, if you screw up just this much, you'll be flying a cargo plane full of rubber dog sh!t out of Hong Kong!
 Sci Advisor P: 5,096 It was a good game. I'm turning in my wings. I'm holding on too tight.
 Sci Advisor P: 5,096 Gokul, If you ever get a chance to get on base at WPAFB, there is an R&D hangar that has a lot of the original x-planes. It's free to get in and it's very cool. It's where the XB-70 is parked. Very cool indeed.
 P: 4,778 One day I'll head down to the Udvar Hazy museum and take some really odd photographs for yall. Brush up on your gliders! Great thread Gokul. GoodGame,GoodGame,GoodGame,GoodGame.
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 Quote by FredGarvin Gokul, If you ever get a chance to get on base at WPAFB, there is an R&D hangar that has a lot of the original x-planes. It's free to get in and it's very cool. It's where the XB-70 is parked. Very cool indeed.
Fred, all the pics in this thread were taken at WPAFB, where I spent a good part of last saturday - it's an hour from home. It was my third trip there. And I went specifically for the new R&D wing which hadn't been there the last time I went. However, when I got there, around noon, I was told that all shuttles to the R&D wing were taken for the day! I'm supposed to get there when the gates open, if I want to have half of chance on a weekend...or so they say.

Anyway, I'll go back...sometime.
 PF Patron Sci Advisor Emeritus P: 11,137 But then if y'all are game to have that PF gathering in Columbus (so far, Moonbear's up for it), we could head over to Dayton and spend some quality time, ogling.
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 Quote by cyrusabdollahi One day I'll head down to the Udvar Hazy museum and take some really odd photographs for yall. Brush up on your gliders! Great thread Gokul. GoodGame,GoodGame,GoodGame,GoodGame.
Thanks Cyrus.
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 Quote by Gokul43201 But then if y'all are game to have that PF gathering in Columbus (so far, Moonbear's up for it), we could head over to Dayton and spend some quality time, ogling.
You know...I will be spending a week or so at WPAFB sometime in November/December timeframe for some testing.
 PF Patron Sci Advisor Emeritus P: 4,974 Aww man happened to be at 4am when all the planes that I knew came up and I was sound asleep. Had no chance of winning anyway . Another astounding thread though Gokul. Thanks.

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