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2 comments | 15th March 2017, 21:16 PM

So, uh, made a temporary TWHL Discord channel which I will remove once PB or some Admin has made the official discord channel.

http://discord.gg/qr6ufCH

Hope y'all can use it for VoIP in the DM server and stuff like that, though we already have VoIP in game, it's still cool if others want to chat and would rather not spam the Shoutbox me thinks.

Mainly did this because I couldn't find Archie's TeamSpeak channel IP that we used on the CS:GO comp and was like, welp, I'ma just do this.

Admins, if you want me to delete the channel, say so, will do it instantly. I will be manually filtering members, so keep that in mind. This is mostly for the frequently TWHL active members.

Gl, hf peeps.

15 comments | 3rd January 2017, 04:44 AM

Artist: Paul Hardcastle
Released: 17 February 1985
Type: Single

1 comment | 30th August 2016, 12:08 PM

Most of you should know my craze/obsession with my R/C hobby. A recent WIP (just shell/body work)

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*Pokes Tetsu0*

8 comments | 22nd February 2013, 12:51 PM

During WW2, when project Aphrodite was in full swing.

(Aphrodite was an American "Mistel Project" But using old B-17s flown via radio control after the crew bailed out upon take off.)

One B-17 packed with explosives broke contact from it's handler aircraft. after numerous attempts to reestablish radio control failed, the handler aircraft turned home.

Allowing the explosive laden B-17 to fly until it exhuasted it's fuel and made a wheels up landing into a field in Germany.

Local Wermacht troops witnessed the landing and quickly surrounded the aircraft. They ordered the crew to evacuate the aircraft with thier hands up and surrender.
When they recived no reply, they opened fire......

The crater was 150' wide and 30' deep.

True story.

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