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    Quote Originally Posted by KCD View Post
    I never go to Malaysia, Michael, I prefer the homeland to the tropics, too many odd reptiles and other questionable creatures. Also, I've never gotten used to banging my shoes each morning before putting them on. Consequently, when there I suffer an inordinate amount of scorpion stings. I did, however,...
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    Quote Originally Posted by azzaro View Post
    Interesting thread. Curious what finds its way into a flight simulator.

    Bob
    Reading some of your replies I often agree! Curious indeed.

    In this case we're observing some of the ground detail to be found in FSX.

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    Gentlemen,
    The subject of this thread is stones, placed originally by Michael. There is not a wit curious about the posts to the thread; they have all either centered on stones, or of the mental capacity of the original poster who should continue to be held responsible for the contents and comments of the thread. Personally, I rather find the occasional discussion about stones somewhat refreshing. Now I wouldn't want to talk about them constantly, day-after-day, but once in a while is certainly within proper limits.
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    You know what you can do with your stones? HUH!

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    Von Peer Von Peer!
    I know! I know,
    you grab a handful after you 'land'?
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    Forgive me Michael
    I didn't mean to sink your thread.

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    Why, would you suppose, is von Peerhoven seemingly bent out of shape and threatening?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rupert View Post
    In this case we're observing some of the ground detail to be found in FSX.
    It's the ground details I'm speaking of. Not the fact that you posted about them.
    As Ed Norton used to say, "Sheesh, what a grouch!" -- Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by azzaro View Post
    It's the ground details I'm speaking of. Not the fact that you posted about them.
    As Ed Norton used to say, "Sheesh, what a grouch!" -- Bob
    Or Chester A. Riley "What a revolting development this is!"

    Or Oliver Hardy to Stan Laurel "This is a fine mess you've gotten us into!"--- Charlie
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    "We'll tell the wives we've gone to Miami and they won't be any the wiser." (Stan to Ollie)

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