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SubjectRe: OT: Penguinspotting at LAS
On Sun, Feb 10, 2002 at 07:52:14AM +0000, A Guy Called Tyketto wrote:
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> Normally, I wouldn't give this a second thought, until I saw the
> planes, both of which, on their tailfin, had Tux (yep, Tux!) for their
> logo/emblem. These flights came from the SoCal area, as LAS is one of those
> airports private planes have to stop at for inspection (the security hype for
> SLC. of from NoCal, they would have stopped at Boise, ID). I was just
> wondering if anyone here knew who they might have been, or if I were just
> seeing things from having one too many Mai Tais last night. :)

Way cool. Perhaps there are plainspotter mailinglists out there who would be
very interested in this, and could possibly confirm it.

But I can't discount the Mau Tai theory - not too many companies have
private planes anymore, and not too many individuals either. I did hear once
that eiter Brian or Dennis had his own quite serious plane, but I don't
think they would endow theirs with a tux :-)

Regards,

bert

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