Yes and no!
Yes and no!
Absolutely, if I remember right they flew Typhoons for these missions. Friggin crazy
godspeed, you beautiful madman.
100% what they did
isnt that pretty much exactly what they did in ww2 too?
So the general public might remember Blade, but not as a Marvel movie about a black superhero.
Some say, he destroyed the main rocket booster of the SpaceX Heavy, that he would do anything to avoid solicitors, and that he help create the worlds first flying car! But we just know him as... SPACE STIG!
You get a star because you seeme to be ready for when they’re right.
I will never be able to do anything better than this.
This needs a +100 rep button
Yesterday, Elon Musk sent a car into space, with David Bowie’s music and Douglas Adams’ writing for accompaniment. It was an absurd, cool, and impressive thing to do. Best of all, it’s unintentionally(?) given us some great images to make jokes with.
If he’s a Hydra target in Winter Soldier, isn’t it safe to assume that he’s been a practicing sorceror
Annandale? Wolverine? STEELY DAN!!
On the eve of D-Day, American paratroopers are dropped behind enemy lines to carry out a mission crucial to the invasion’s success. But as they approach their target, they begin to realize there is more going on in this Nazi-occupied village than a simple military operation. They find themselves fighting against…
Here: I’ll compound it by saying that “The Orville” is better in every conceivable way and Seth McFarlane has a better grip on what it means to be a star trek show than any of the show-runners since TNG.
Now you can get emotional about how I’m wrong.
It’s the circle of nerdrage.
The Force abides. I don’t know about you, but I take comfort in that.
Bearded Luke Skywalker/Mark Hamil looked like another disenchanted bearded fellow who liked milk products.
While I don’t agree with your statement, he’s something you might enjoy:
Saw HLaTN at a casino a few years ago. Decent show. They go through the setlist, and that song you hate is right at the end. But before it starts, Huey takes the mic and says something along the lines of -
I love Crispin Glover so, so much in Back. Not to put the other actors down, but he’s the heart of the film.