Cutting Edge 1944

The symphony is back…and I love it.

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The semi-sprawling adventures of a culturally hegemonic former flat-lander & anti-idiotarian individualist-imperialist, fleeing the toxic-grade smug emitted by the self-satisfied lotus-eating low-land Tesla-S driving floppy-hat wearing lizadroid-Leftbat Califorganic eco-tofuistas ~ with guns, more guns, off-road motorcycles, moto-guns, snorkeling, snorkel-guns, home-improvement stuff, and probably home-improvement guns.~

6 thoughts on “Cutting Edge 1944

  1. These old birds are tight! When my dad was at Annanpolis he rowed on the crew team and his shoulders got too wide to fly – he got washed-out as a radioman on a TBF because he couldn't fit in the low crawlspace they had.

  2. The perception I got from watching the movie and tv series “12 O'clock High” was that the B-17 was fairly spacious inside. Wow, what a reality check a crawl through one a few years ago was! Now the requirement for the ball turret gunner to be a small guy makes sense. That whole plane felt tight, and I AM a small guy.

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