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    I have no idea what "Anachronistic colloquilaisms in string theory" mean or are!
    And don't really care after I saw them thar pictures!
    That DC-8 is 'Drop Dead Gorgeous'!!!!!
    Mr.Cantu....I hope this is on the front burner...Set on boil...not simmer!
    "WOW"


    Jeff
    Resigned to the "Paint Shop!"

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    I have no idea either, but it sort of looks like a DC-8.

    Eric needed to take flying lessons years ago, instead, he decided to educate us on....

    what?

    Still not sure!

    Just bustin' ya' Eric but, seriously...
    Regards,
    Lou Betti

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    Wow, Eric, that's an amazing model!!

    Hopefully it has something to do with the mail you've send to Paul yesterday...

    Greetings
    Tim

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    Very nice.

    Ever heard of Caneman? Check this movie out:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QPt4fqfoCE
    It includes a rare view of CRM during the landing phase in a DC8.

    He flies a DC-8 for Arrow Cargo -
    http://www.airliners.net/photo/Arrow...(F)/1131517/L/
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    Anachronistic colloquiALisms in string theory

    ~ in this circumstance, in my opinion ~


    Proper chronological order for characteristics appropriate to spoken language of model construction in describing properties of fundamental parts, representing the pieces as one-dimensional string-like objects.

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    Looks pretty awesomazing, man.
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    I have no clue. It's all I could come up with for lack of the brainpower to come up with a thread title... which isn't even spelt right!

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    Amazing work! Keep it up I'dd say! Etc... :P

    I dont want to sound greedy but, will you do the more popular models like -62 -63 as well?????

    Greetz!

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    holy cow that looks awesome .
    I've been flying the Aerosim model for a long time since the HJG one lacks details ...

    I'm working in a team on a panel project for the DC-8 and we really fell in love with her. Can't wait to see more of this plane.

    Will there also be a VC and will the 61, 62, 63, 71, 72 and 73 also be made cause I fly all those types on FS

    But confirm it pls, FS9+FSX or only FS9 cause I'm sticking with FS for a looooooooooooong time

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    I am wondering if the A-310 is in front or behind this one in the pipeline Mr. Cantu???

    Easy, no need.

    I am glad to see that your talent is still all there and it shows. As always, it looks great.

    Best regards,

    MAB

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