Discussion in 'General' started by ryoung57, Nov 17, 2017.
Interesting fact (maybe), the REO on that jet was female.
The "investigation" has been completed!
Check out that transcript.
I can't believe some stupid bitch reported them. If your kids don't already know it looks like a drawing of a dick then what is there to explain?
“A mother who lives in Okanogan who took pictures of the drawings reached out to KREM 2 to complain about the images, saying she was upset she might have to explain to her young children what the drawings were,” the station reported.
Sweet Beejeebus...what the fuck could she explain.
Last interlude she had with a dick was meeting someone named Richard.
Lol!! Read the transcript! It’s got me in tears how they’re planning and exciting the maneuver.
So she showed or sent these dick pics to someone...I hope she got in trouble and had to register as a sex offender.
And thus the humorless end to an hilarious prank.
When we've lost our sense of humor, we have nothing left.
So, tell a fucking lie. I mean Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny the Tooth Fairy. Ain't like it's our first rodeo kids! Right?!
Yea, big deal, it was funny, slap on the wrist and get back to business as usual. Gunna be a good story for the grandkids though
Oh please...."Mommy, what is that?" "Lines in the sky honey"....kids dont know to see sexual innuendos until later years.
The kid might see a cowboy hat....while you see a dick.
I can just imagine the calls over UHF;
“Norman two-seven, Center, need some airspace over Badaxe for some urban art at one-five thousand ...”
“Center, Norman two-seven, you’re cleared weird”
The conversation of victor (VHF, military frequency) is always a little less formal, as you can see in the transcripts. Still, sitting in on that de-brief would’ve been ace right up until the OH walked in; “yeah, I thought that mushroom would clear out in a few minutes, so I started adding veins to break it up ...”
“It’s gonna be a wide shaft,” the EWO noted.
“I don’t wanna make it just like 3 balls,” the pilot said.
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