Bird damages nose of plane during flight

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  1. terry78 My name is Stefan, sweet thang

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    Looks like the plane engineers just winged it.
     
  3. THE MR. TERRIFIC HYPES KING OF COSPLAY

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    What kind of bird could do that!?!
     
  4. Dave McFly sexy bad ass

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    reminds me of a Bill Engvall bit "a plane had to land cause a door fell off cause a bird hit it, what kind of bird could do that, I thought they were extinct?" I am just paraphrasing there but you get the idea.
     
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  6. Pink Ranger The North Remembers

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    It's not a bird, this is all a big coverup. The plane hit a Covenant scouting drone, they just won't admit it.
     
  7. Lead Cenobite Exquisitely Empty

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    The plane actually looks sad.
     
  8. THE MR. TERRIFIC HYPES KING OF COSPLAY

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    :applaud
     
  9. Godsfireworks Arch Duke of Anemone

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    In all seriousness. It was probably a goose or large bird of prey.
     
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    Is this why all those people seemed suprised when they yelled it's a bird, it's a plane?

    Ba dum tush.
     
  11. Marvolo Registered

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    At those speeds a bird the size of a chicken can do substantial damage. Companies actually test airplane windshields by launching whole chickens at the windshields using pneumatic cannons. Feathered dead chickens like you buy at the grocery store. Not live ones.
     
  12. Morg Super Moderator

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    Mythbusters had a couple episodes of that, they did frozen and thawed ones
     
  13. Marvolo Registered

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    They have such an awesome job lol.
     
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    :word: YEEEEEEAAAAAAHHHHH.
     
  15. Scooter Registered

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    Is the bird okay?
     
  16. Yurka Let The Games Begin!

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    Good god it must have been a damn pterodactyl. That's a massive hole.
     
  17. Midnyte_Sun Medianoche de Sol

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    The bird's attorney will probably file a Pelican brief.
     
  18. Wolfwood Shasta McNasty

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    That pun is a little fowl.
     
  19. Maximum Carnage Tanned User

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    Too bad CSI:Miami was cancelled.
     
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