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    like...whoa
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    I wont fail now

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    i wanna build my house outa that stuff.
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    my dad used to have a job piloting test planes like that one. unfortunately he only did one test.
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    What a cool wall.. it's the perfect weapon against lowflying aircrafts.

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    Damn.

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    Now imagine if the plane was armored with that same wall! and assume it could fly as well.
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    im pretty sure that was just a metal wall.
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    Rad. I wanted to see a shot of what it looked like after the dust cleared though.

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    And a crane to put it on. (I guess its prety damn heavy)

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    It's about 911.To make a 5x6m-hole on groundlevel,the boing would have had to clap the wings,making the turbines(most solid part of airplane) laying behind each other.
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