[WWI] the risks of books on airplanes
krychski at earthlink.net
Sat Aug 27 21:39:12 EDT 2011
On Aug 27, 2011, at 8:20 PM, Joseph Pezold wrote:
> I'm not buying it! I'm sure there is more to this story.
What Buz said.
There's gotta be a backstory to this. Sounds more like he was guilty of sartorial misdemeanor.
'Course we all know that armor modelers are at risk if they try to hand carry their tanks onto the airplanes to the Nats—those ground pounders are big enough to conceal all sorts of...stuff [leaving a definition to your own imagination]
> From: Diego Fernetti <dfernet0 at rosario.gov.ar>
> To: wwi at wwi-models.org
> Sent: Sat, August 27, 2011 7:34:07 PM
> Subject: [WWI] the risks of books on airplanes
> This is sort of off topic, however it turns out that it's one of the worst troubles one can get into. Please read:
> Would someone care to have an opinion about this? Are we lead to be grey and bland in fear to be picked out as suspects in the future? I live far from the USA, but these things seems to spread with annoyingly quickness.
Just don't wear a shirt with airplanes on it next time you fly, Diego...especially if it's to the USofA
Karen (wondering how our East Coast listees are weathering the 'big one')
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