Re: 4500 mph???!!!

Date: Tue, 17 Oct 1995 07:11:45 -0400 (EDT)

        Hmmmm. Maybe we should tell turner that SWAT Kats increases your
knowledge of planes, and vocabulary. What's sedation mean in Destructive
Nature when callie says: I have to go give the mayor sedation." Near the
end after his pet skyscraper callapsed.

ARTHUR JOHN FREDA It's a bird! It's a plane! It's TAILS! :)
"Tails" on FunkyChat and HappyChat

On Mon, 16 Oct 1995, chance wrote:

> >
> >>Another thing that has always made me scratch my head.
> >>Why they always fly so low no matter where they're going??
> >>Would there be any benefit, besides vibrating every window in MKcity??
> >
> >There would only be two reasons to fly so low: 1. If they're trying
> >to avoid radar (or being spotted visually). 2. If they're so close
> >to the threat that there's no point in climbing.
> >
> >In addition to rattling windows, low level flight consumes more fuel
> >and gives you a rougher ride than high altitude.
> Far-fetched, but does anyone remember the Roy Scheider flick "Blue Thunder"?
> Lt. Murphy ditched a number of heatseekers fired by F-16's by tricking them into
> slamming into office-towers which, reflecting the brilliant sunshine, appeared "hotter"
> than the exhaust of the helo's turbines. I doubt the Kat-guys had that much forethought -
> (aside from needlessly wasting innocent bored little-lemmings in their office towers) but
> it makes for an entertaining explanation! Also, missiles fired from the rooftop of
> M-Kat city buildings at the Turbokat would have a greater chance of hitting it
> if the TK was flying much higher and clear of the "interference" represented by all
> the buildings and what-have-you.
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