Subject: Re: HELP - My missile wont work!
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Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2002 09:37:39 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 28 Dec 2002 09:37:39 GMT
Organization: AT&T Worldnet
I wish you were on the right track.
With school shootings, postal workers, federal bombing and the huge
demolition, who knows what is next.
Your missiles certaintly look like more work going on in private circles
along that direction.
Why don't we all share it with the rest of the world.
After all, the objective is to have a safe world for Christmas time.
Maybe we can rope in all the stragglers or organized groups in US and UK and
Germany to help out with the cause.
Then we can light some candles and huge beams of light to remember the
memory of the dead.
Isn't that a clean and perfect way of handling things ?
What do you think.
I hope you and friends agree.
If not, please tell me more about your views.
With deep appreciation and sympathies,
"Andrew VK3BFA" wrote in message
> Hello Nice People,
> recently a myself and a bunch of Freedom Fighter friends bought a
> whole batch of surplus Russian surafe to air missiles - we were very
> dissapointed to find that when we fired two of them at an Israeli
> airliner, they missed!. The things took off ok, and went "Bang" at the
> end of there flight, but, golly gosh, the guidance systems didnt work
> and they missed.
> We contacted the vendor, and he said since they were surplus there was
> no warranty, even when we offered to truck bomb his home - my, how
> standards have slipped in recent years!
> What we want you nice Amwericans to do is, perhaps, kick off a
> discussion on the guidance systems in these things, along the lines of
> 1. Types of sensors used in different generations
> 2. How they work, ie is there a sensor cooling system we need to check
> 3. A source of surplus American sensor heads we can buy- might be
> easier that fixing the ones we have.
> 3. A URL of an American defense contractors website with a brief
> explanation of how they are supposed to work.
> And we cant build one of these things from scratch, so we dont need
> the real classified drawings and circuits, but we do have a couple of
> real good techs who have a few of them apart on the bench right now
> and just need a bit of guidance (HA HA is Arabic joke - good, eh?) on
> how to get them up and running.
> Thanking you
> Silly name at Anonymous Yahoo address on Xmas eve - on the theory that
> the authorities will be asleep at the wheel.
> And before any of you nice Americans go off your brains, please look
> up "irony" in the dictionary.