Corsair drop tanks

Today’s comic reminds me a bit of the scene in “This is Spinal Tap” where they ordered the Stonehenge stage props, but wrote ” instead of ‘ next to the size specifications, so they get a set of stones that are 18 inches tall instead of 18 feet. Of course I just had to go and re-watch the whole Stonehenge scene … I may have to revisit the whole movie! By the way, I have met an appalling number of people who haven’t seen Spinal Tap, so if you are among those poor souls, put it on your viewing list! It’s a bit dated and may take a little while to warm up to, but it’s absolutely worth it! Of course, I may be biased, because I’m a hobby guitarist.

Anyway, seems like Chuck made only a very tiny step forward with his Corsair project today.

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5 comments on “Corsair drop tanks
  1. JP Kalishek says:

    Was never a big fan of Spinal Tap.
    More a Princess Bride kinda guy.

  2. Aaron Marshall says:

    I bet Chuck’s amp goes to 11…

  3. Karel A.J. ADAMS says:

    I never know what all those references to movies mean, I never watch movies. Do you really need to?

    As for Chuck “making little progress today”, that seems like much better than most of his days, when the project makes no progress at all. And that’s a situation I recognise only too well from my own multitude of projects 🙁

  4. Jarno Varjotie says:

    I think Chuck’s compass goes to 370. It would explain a lot.

  5. Karel A.J. ADAMS says:

    My compass even goes to 512, no problem there. Or, eh, err, did you mean 370 Fahrenheit? That might be a bit difficult, yes, at times.

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