bostonterrierowner wrote:Below we can see the sole "survivor" , source superexpress.pl :
Given the condition of the "wreckage" this dude is a lucky bastard
arc300 wrote:I realize that two (or more) microphones can be joined together and held by one person, but I'm struggling to see that in this pic:
The kinks in the cables look a bit unnatural. Also the red cable just seems to diappear.
hoi.polloi wrote:The sense of manipulating any more than one 'figures' in a picture when more than one 'figure' has to be there is to prevent the models from knowing one another or interacting with one another outside the context given by the military media.
I am not sure I am convinced this is an instance of photo manipulation, but there is little reason to doubt it's a factor that separation and control of all figures would be a good idea. Although we know there is already an economy of players in the media, keeping them from talking to one another — just getting their imagery into a cheap studio, getting them to just shut up and take their check — is probably a good idea in some cases. If they don't want to conspire together or the people putting the imagery together don't want them to fully understand the consequences, the people would not necessarily be assembled all in one place on the same day in the same location.
Slimbull wrote:Tarek701 wrote:This is hilarious. Now another plane has crashed: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2014/07/23/taiwan-plane-crash_n_5613219.html This time it was "bad weather".
And again Today Swift-air MD-83 vanishes after take-off with 110 passengers (+6 crew) 50 mins after take off. As reported from the Daily snail. Apparently in Mali this time, another 'high risk' area
This one apparently has Castro's daughter on board, 51 yr old and "is a prominent gay rights advocate and Aids prevention activist and is married with three children.
. . . The MD-82 went into a stall and rolled 40 degrees to the left when it struck a light pole near the end of the runway, severing 17 feet (5.2 m) of its left wing . . .
Evil Edna wrote:Patrick Oanes, signalman at the Royal National Lifeboat Institute in Rosslare told The Times that he heard a tremendous splash at about 11.50am. When he learnt about the crash, he "concluded that what I heard must have been the plane striking the sea". Evidently, a man with very big ears and remarkable hearing, as the alleged crash site was more than 10 miles out to sea (not to mention the curvature of the earth!)
Good points on the smells/odors. Hadn't thought of that, and I'm very cognizant of offensive odors.
From NWA Flight 255 wiki page:. . . The MD-82 went into a stall and rolled 40 degrees to the left when it struck a light pole near the end of the runway, severing 17 feet (5.2 m) of its left wing . . .
Well, there you go. All it took was a light pole to sever a wing in "real life." Thanks, CTGal for the remembrance, as I'll be using this event now to question others about the 9/11 event.
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