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Jeff L

B 747 Crash in Bagram, Afghanistan

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Holy poo.

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goddammit i hate watching plane crashes

 

this

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I blame snakes

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wow, that sucks.

 

I'm not a fan of flying all that much although I do it quite a bit.

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That's horrible. Feel real bad for the families.

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Must have been so terrifying for the folks in the plane.  The video doesn't even seem real...pretty rare to capture a large plane crash like that up close.

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Ugh, I hate seeing plane crash videos.

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Too soon?

 

TS_airplane_autopilot.jpg

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this eerily resembles that scene in Knowing

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this eerily resembles that scene in Knowing

 

one of nic cage's better movies

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