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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by BillCola, Dec 8, 2003.
I'm "1" (WUN)
You? ;f ;f
ooooo ooooo, I'll take #2!!!
(would you believe that I didn't even intend for that to rhyme?)
(is that all there is to it?)
May I be #5, please?
Can I be 19948, or do I have to be 6?
Lucky 7 or what..
Number Nine, please.
I guess this means I'm #10?
My numba? My numba ees 'X' for experimental, as that is my favorite steed. The 'X' RV-4, that is.;f
Otherwise, I'll take the last number.. kinda like Arlo Guthre's 'Last Guy'.. remember? After being so well ignored here, this is going to be easy.;f
(Ok, ok, Is thirteen (13) taken?)
I'll take 1903. That was a good year for aviation.
You can have 9 but I claim "Niner".
You're just a ramp check waiting to happen arent you?
I didn't see anyone mention 8, kinda skipped right over that. So I will put my bid in for number 8, since it is my current badge number.;e
Tell me my number please. After reading this thread I'm not sure where we are anymore and my handheld GPS cant figure it out either.
Dibs on 14.
That's just not nice, airman! Your apology is pre-approved.
Sorry, all variations of 9 are mine - I claimed the number first - including but not limited to Nine, ny-un, niner, 11 octal.
Better a ramp check than a ramp strike.
Regional pilot here, I'll take #146.
I am due for a BFR... But can I still hae number 2424?
I want a number!!!!!!!;a