But has machine gun :-(http://i.imgur.com/FtyCdvf.jpgDesertDave Whose HUMMER gets between 14 & 17 MPG at 45 to 60 MPH on level boulevards and freeways. (depending on wind speed and direction)Whose HUMMER gets between 42 & 57 MPG coasting down freeway off ramps.(depending on ramp angle, wind speed and direction)Whose HUMMER gets 0 MPG at the red light at the bottom of the ramp.(regardless of wind speed and direction)Whose HUMMER gets an average of 11.9 to 12.0 MPG overall.
Fooey! This one has machine guns, oil slick spreader, nail spreader, bullet proof shield, smoke screen, tire slashers and the ever popular ejection seat....and it's faster than a HUMMER!http://www.techeblog.com/index.php/tech-gadget/aston-martin-......looks way nicer than a HUMMER too.Steve
Fooey! This one has machine guns, oil slick spreader, nail spreader, bullet proof shield, smoke screen, tire slashers and the ever popular ejection seat....and it's faster than a HUMMER!http://www.techeblog.com/index.php/tech-gadget/aston-martin-... Oh yeah? I'll race your Aston-Martin up the rocky hillside of any roadless mountain, across sandy deserts and through a swamp.Desert (still wishes he had machine guns for his HUMMER) Dave
Desert Dave sends out yet another message from his HUMMERhttp://i.imgur.com/5wmAuxD.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/5wmAuxD.jpgOK that one gets a rec. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2226203/Skeleton-her...Skeleton of hero World War II carrier pigeon found in chimney with a secret message still attached to its leg (and now Bletchley Park are trying to crack the code) David Martin, 74, found the stricken bird when he opened the disused fire place while renovating his Surrey home It is thought the pigeon may have stopped on the chimney and become overcome with fumes Experts believe the pigeon may have been flying back to General Montgomery Headquarters in Reigate, Surrey or Bletchley Park, Bucks By David Wilkes PUBLISHED:12:21 GMT, 1 November 2012| UPDATED: 02:14 GMT, 2 November 2012He had survived the perilous flight back from Nazi-occupied territory hundreds of miles away. Exhausted, the British ‘spy’ pigeon swooped down on a chimney in Surrey for a rest. And there, sadly, he fell off his perch. Perhaps overcome by fumes from the fire below, he died – with a vital coded message in a tiny capsule still strapped to his leg.
http://i.imgur.com/5wmAuxD.jpgOK that one gets a rec. I was pretty sure I recalled this but looked it up anyway. Tim http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Heavy_Tanks_of_World_Wa... There was no wireless (radio); communication with command posts was by means of two pigeons, which had their own small exit hatch in the sponsons, or by runners. Because of the noise and vibration, early experiments had shown that radios were impractical, so lamps, flags, semaphore, coloured discs, and the carrier pigeons were part of the standard equipment of the various marks.
The message read:1 sack of flour2 dozen eggs5 liters milk1 pint of brandy for the boys
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