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"How many forward gears does it have? Be careful not to let the clutch slip." --Willy Nilly, 03/03/06
"airbus crashes killing thousands every year, should work on that instead of hubris larger shit planes" --gorgeous, 05/16/06
"what they said...." --penis, 05/27/06
"Wow, u stupid yanks still get your facts wrong. Official stats show more people killed by/on american jets!" --Alan UK, 10/13/06
"Alan, it's not an anti Brit thing. I love Britain. I was mostly teasing the French." --Yarbz, 10/17/06
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Image DescriptionTOULOUSE, FRANCE - APRIL 27: The Airbus A380, the world's largest commercial airliner, is seen as it makes its maiden flight on April 27, 2005 in Toulouse, southern France. The four-engine super-jumbo can carry up to 840 passengers and fly 8,000 miles (15,000 kilometers) non-stop. It took 11 years of preparation and $13 billion in spending before the first test flight took place as some 50,000 officials, spectators and media were gathered to watch history being made. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)
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SoftwareAdobe Photoshop 7.0
Date/Time2005:06:09 12:54:54
ArtistPascal Le Segretain
Copyright2005 Getty Images
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Exif Image Height342 pixels
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