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Someone call NASA and tell them the problem with the fuel gu

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is a ground problem, takes us 02 guys to fix their fuel guage issues.

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The space agency has put together 12 engineering teams around the country to get to the bottom of the problem, which cropped up on Wednesday just hours before liftoff. Mission managers are to meet late Friday to decide whether to try a repair on the launching pad or to roll the shuttle back to its hangar for more detailed work."

NYT, 15 July 2005

Over a fuel gauge? Wow. Sounds like trying to get yer 02 serviced at the dealer...

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a tad more for parts though.

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Could you imagine the look on the other astronauts faces if you were the one to do that?

"Aw, it always does that."

PHWUMP!!

"There. Go for it!"

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he is spending 4 days in Qatar as his reward. He should be landing in Qatar any second now. He said it was 136 degrees in Baghdad yesterday. Not complaining just keeping us informed. As long as he has his weapon or weapons he is a happy soldier. When he checked in his weapon before he got on the plane today, he said it felt really weird to be without a weapon. He has been there since Memorial day and his shell count is already near 1,000.

Guess that goes with being from WV where we always have a weapon on or near us. Mine is a PPK 380 (B4 S&W) with some nice work done on it.

Thanks for asking! Josh 1:9

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when the turn signals of the shuttle are used, or was that the temp. gauge..those little idiosyncrasies!!

Tim

'69 2000

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...Block II Pratt & Whitney rocket engine?

;p

Delia

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