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RanulfC

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Ah, I see where I made my mistake. RanulfC started that line of thought. (I'd blocked him because I got tired of getting spammed by his walls of text.)
Ok, I had to go back and look but I'm laughing on this one:

(Note even though I have some "issues" vis-a-vis Musk's plans this must be said)
What's he doing that doesn't meet your approval? :confused:
I DID warn him :)
(Note even though I have some "issues" vis-a-vis Musk's plans this must be said)
What's he doing that doesn't meet your approval? :confused:
How long do you have? :)
Randy
 

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A plethora of people in France and Belgium witnessed Starlink satellites* slow rise to orbit after the launch success.

*(Ovni = UFO)

 

Michel Van

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No. It's a reference to the previous SuperDraco test that ended in an explosion.
 

sferrin

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No. It's a reference to the previous SuperDraco test that ended in an explosion.
Was a rhetorical question. The click-bait title suggested the author was surprised it didn't explode.
 
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