Flying Toughbooks

Discussion in 'Panasonic' started by stiffnecked, Apr 19, 2010.

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  1. stiffnecked

    stiffnecked Notebook Consultant

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  2. Silver Trooper

    Silver Trooper Notebook Deity

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    While the CF-19 is trashed, I would be willing to bet the HD would still work...although that might just exceed the G-force limitation.
     
  3. Doobi

    Doobi ToughBook DeityInTraining

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    *Raises his hand*... That's mine.. right here... sorry bout that...
     
  4. Toughbook

    Toughbook Drop and Give Me 20!

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    Bwahahahahahahahahahaha.... I knew someone would own up! :D
     
  5. Doobi

    Doobi ToughBook DeityInTraining

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    And it wasn't a helicopter, i was testing my new "potato/TB gun" and used a LITTLE too much carborator juice...
     
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    Toughbook Drop and Give Me 20!

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    Now THAT almost made the J&C do the nasal thingy....

    Is it just me or was I the only one that launched tennis balls with 6 old Shlitz cans duck-taped together and some lighter fluid?
     
  7. cctaco

    cctaco Notebook Enthusiast

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    Nope your not the only one, I have a old childhood beer can collection and was thinking about making a TB cannon again. Kind of miss screwing around with TB launcher.
     
  8. Silver Trooper

    Silver Trooper Notebook Deity

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    Beer cans and lighter fluid are okay, but at my old dealership we went full force with pvc pipe (screw end makes it easy) and brake cleaner. We had taters going over two hundred yards!
     
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    mnementh Crusty Ol' TinkerDwagon

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    Same here, only it was starting fluid & taters...

    mnem
    FOOM!
     
  10. capt.dogfish

    capt.dogfish The Curmudgeon

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    Ether and spuds for me as well until I tried compressed air. The ether only developed less than 20psi in a 3" pvc pipe about 3' long. That pipe is rated for 120psi, so a scuba tank with the first stage set to 100psi and a quick dump valve. 200 yards? that's just getting started! Then there's the piece of 2" pipe welded to the deck of the barge loaded with a suitable piece of concrete or whatever will fit snugly and filled with acetylene through a small hole at the bottom! (Forum members under 18 disregard this post)
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