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111423 No. 111423 ID: 2d802d
Do we still have any trip/name-fags who do metal casting?
Just curiosity...
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>> No. 111424 ID: 86ef8c
I do blacksmithing but with me being at the academy and shit I have almost 0 time to do anything.
>> No. 111425 ID: 2d802d

Would you by any chance know a guy who could make pic related?

GF and I were going through what her sis gave her from their mom's house and we found out her mom collected penis lighters and figurines (like a penis-monk and such). Then found a little winged penis that turns out was a no shit Roman god called Fascinus. Did some searching and apparently chimes of him outside of homes and even door bell (pull chain) versions were a thing in the ancient world. Thought a doorbell version for my house would be awesome but no one makes anything like it.
>> No. 111432 ID: c60044
I would buy one of these things.
>> No. 111437 ID: 2d802d
Could there be a market for flying penises?
>> No. 111438 ID: a70f4c
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You bet!
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EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- Test crews load, a 65-foot mock-up booster rocket onto a C-17 Globemaster III. The rocket will be used to test aerial launch capabilities for rockets. (U.S. Air Force photo by Brad White)
OVER EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- A 50,000-pound mock-up booster rocket deploys rolls out the back of a C-17 Globemaster III. The test was the first in a series designed to explore a more flexible and affordable satellite launch capability.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AFPN) -- Soaring 6,000 feet above the sun-baked California desert, a pair of Edwards aircraft -- a C-17 Globemaster III shadowed by a C-12 Huron observer aircraft -- carried out an unusual mission with an even more unusual cargo recently.
The rear of the aircraft yawned open, and at the prompt of "five, four, three, two, one, green light," the loadmasters released the restraints and a 65-foot rocket slid out the back of the aircraft beginning its descent to the desert floor.
The rocket drop was a test mission -- the first of a series dubbed the Falcon Small Launch Vehicle program. The program is a joint venture between the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Air Force. It is designed to develop a new method of putting a 1,000-pound payload into low-Earth orbit.
This first test was the successful drop of an inert version of a QuickReach Booster rocket filled with water to increase its weight to 50,000 pounds -- about two-thirds the weight of an actual booster.
To compensate for the difference in weight and the center of gravity, the aircraft was put on autopilot at the moment of the release, said Maj. Landon Henderson, a 418th Flight Test Squadron test pilot.
"Fifty-thousand pounds going out the back is a pretty big change," he said.
Major Henderson said this flight was doubly exciting for him. Not only was the mission “fun,” but it was also his final flight here.
The test vehicle is also the longest article ever dropped from a C-17. http://www.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/133119/edwards-darpa-explore-new-c-17-capability/
>> No. 111456 ID: 80dc83
Bat Guano, are you the same Bat Guano as the guy from BatGuano.com?
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>> No. 111470 ID: 80dc83
Thats too bad for you I guess, BatGuano.com is a really cool site even if it looks like it hasn't been updated since '03
>> No. 111550 ID: df12a0

Our Bat Guano has been in continuous operation since the first vacuum tube information analysis machines.
>> No. 111561 ID: c9fe43
You can DIY it in your back yard.

We need jesus. I kinda want a penis wind chime.
>> No. 111605 ID: 2d802d
I would actually give that a try but I have no sculpting ability. My sister got all the art genes but I feel like this would be a really odd request.

>hey <redacted>, can you sculpt me a penis with wings and feet and bells?

If you know someone who could do it then maybe we could get a small group buy going.
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