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kev up a flying machine

testosterone,rather than kerosene,to get better aircraft
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much power,speed and good engineering go into making cars to market [partly] to boy racers so they can impress girls and be better than the other boy racers. excessive huge engine power is unnecessary: [given our motor laws] but impressive,however it could probably power a flying machine by now. to have a fast car but not be allowed to drive it that fast . then change the desire for power into a desire for flight: then have a machine capable of flight but not allowed to fly then have flight develop under vanity
technobadger, Jul 10 2001

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       What?
jutta, Jul 11 2001
  

       But the testosterone boys really do race around in their souped-up cars, so what you would end up with if you did this would be a bunch of meatheads flying around town crashing into tall objects, even if it was, in fact, illegal.
PotatoStew, Jul 11 2001
  

       I thought this had something to do with Aussie cleaning products personality Big Kev, but it's not.   

       Baked anyway, in the form of high powered racing planes. I think.
mrkillboy, Jul 11 2001
  

       Do fast cars impress females? I've got to get one of those.
talamunda, Jul 12 2001
  

       I think he was just tired, or high or something.
PotatoStew, Jul 12 2001
  

       I'm with jutta.
Voice, Jun 29 2007
  
      
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