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Re: MiG 25 HAPPY. NASA Dryden Flight Research Centre September 2008.
« Reply #60 on: October 14, 2020, 02:25:16 am »
Lucky Luke.  :o haven't heard that name for decades... Sure brings back some memories... How about Sport Billy? Remember him? ;)

Doesn't ring any bells - we probably didn't get it here.

Or it was buried in the early afternoon, before we got home from school.

Ok, imagine a guy with a magic bag in which he has almost anything you can imagine from a football to spaceships, all in miniature size, and when he pulls something out of the bag, that item will grow to its normal size so the guy can use it... :rolleyes: ;D ;D
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Re: MiG 25 HAPPY. NASA Dryden Flight Research Centre September 2008.
« Reply #61 on: October 14, 2020, 02:49:53 am »
Lucky Luke.  :o haven't heard that name for decades... Sure brings back some memories... How about Sport Billy? Remember him? ;)

Doesn't ring any bells - we probably didn't get it here.

Or it was buried in the early afternoon, before we got home from school.

Ok, imagine a guy with a magic bag in which he has almost anything you can imagine from a football to spaceships, all in miniature size, and when he pulls something out of the bag, that item will grow to its normal size so the guy can use it... :rolleyes: ;D ;D

Sounds like something I could use in the real world...

IIRC there was a device like that in one of the Stainless Steel Rat books - "... for President", I think.
Removed 75% of the molecules and you carried the stuff around in miniature.
You also needed to carry around the machine to turn them back full size, of course.