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(Business Insider)   Wait--you mean build a plane to transport other planes? BRILLIANT   (businessinsider.com) divider line 10
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2013-03-21 03:59:16 PM
3 votes:
Meh, doesn't beat the ship shipping ships

2013-03-21 07:26:38 PM
2 votes:
Or the truck trucking trucks.

2013-03-21 04:14:58 PM
2 votes:
And from the '60s...
The Super Guppy
2013-03-21 10:11:10 PM
1 votes:
Nothing like a technical solution to a political problem.
2013-03-21 07:41:14 PM
1 votes:

I prefer the Antonov An-225. If it can't fit its cargo inside, it has plenty of hardpoints on top. Very useful for transporting things like Russian space shuttles.

Just look at the landing gear. I don't know if they've tried it, but I wouldn't be surprised if it could handle dirt/mud runways.
2013-03-21 05:52:58 PM
1 votes:
Meh, it's still a Scarebus.
2013-03-21 05:29:37 PM
1 votes:
Boeing did this with the Dreamliner. Only Boeing did it while breaking unions (hence better)


2013-03-21 04:33:41 PM
1 votes:

jaylectricity: But can you train a train?

You can run a train on a train


/Saying these word so much, they're starting to lose meaning
2013-03-21 04:11:36 PM
1 votes:
So, how'd they decide on calling it "Beluga?" It looks like it -


...Oh, yeah. I guess so.
2013-03-21 04:01:15 PM
1 votes:

This picture just reminded me to call  Subby's mom, and thank her for the other day.
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