Discussion in 'The Bar' started by DarkFriday, May 25, 2014.
I'ma gonna throw up.
I drank too much gatorade after cardio today.
Hugo Boss should tweet out a few of these each "Throwback Thursday."
I need a regiment DK, can you help me out
I'm still infatuated with my new keyboard.
Wut does G15 do?
programmable macro keys for games like StarCraft. Mostly I'm loving the cherry brown micro switches. Smooth as butter and not as loud as the reds.
and I can change any key to any color I want. Right now I'm into just blue.
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U can't park there
This is the funniest thing I've seen in days!!
I keep coming back and watching that! Perfect response!! I laughed so hard I cried
The Messerschmitt Me 264 was a long-range strategic bomber developed during World War II for the German Luftwaffe. It was intended to serve as Germany's main strategic bomber. The design was later selected as Messerschmitt's competitor in the Reichsluftfahrtministerium's (the German Air Ministry) "Amerika Bomber" programme, which intended to develop a strategic bomber capable of attacking New York City from bases in France or the Azores.
Three prototypes were built, but production was abandoned to allow Messerschmitt to concentrate on fighter production while another design, the Junkers Ju 390, had been selected in its place as a maritime reconnaissance aircraft.
n total 3 prototypes were built. This first prototype was not fitted with weapons or armor, but of the following two prototypes, the Me 264 V2 had armour for the engines, crew and gun positions. Late in 1943, the second prototype, Me 264 V2, was destroyed in a bombing attack. On 18 July 1944, the first prototype, which had entered service with Transportstaffel 5, was damaged during an Allied bombing raid and was not repaired. The third prototype, which had not been fully completed, was destroyed during the same raid.
Cruise speed: 217 mph (350 km/h), Service ceiling: 26,000 ft (8,000 m), Range: 9,500 mi (15,000 km), 3,000 kg (6,614 lb) bombload in internal bomb bay, Max takeoff weight: 123,000 lb (56,000 kg).