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Emperor Felipe orders the construction of a "Great Library" in Manila to celebrate his 50th birthday.

Lerasi wrote:You're not wrong.

Imagine if Kampf just likes Kamchatki's post and is just like, "ARE YA READY, KIDS???"

Brethren wrote:"I'm glad. You're a lovely soul."

Shavvy looks at Bearthren with a smile. "Bye!"

Post by Kamchatki suppressed by a moderator.

Brethren wrote:"I'm glad. You're a lovely soul."

Bearthen<Act<Check Shavvy.
Is a soul of Bravery yet is very kind.

Kamchatki wrote:Greater Felter

I SURRENDER

To Kampf? 'Cause if so.............. I'd imagine it would've come sooner.

Kamchatki wrote:Greater Felter

I SURRENDER

Rule 1: Dont mention Felter liking posts.

Greater Felter wrote:Rule 1: Dont mention Felter liking posts.

Rule 2: Dont ever mess with Kampf.

*mentions Felter liking posts*

Greater Filipnio Nation wrote:Emperor Felipe orders the construction of a "Great Library" in Manila to celebrate his 50th birthday.

At the same time, he declares that the Japanese Dominated Timeline version of Restoration of Eastern Kaiserreich is the legitimate Germany due to owning almost all the land modern day Germany owns.

Brethren wrote:

Well, the connection of food and pleasure with another's distress . . . did you notice their eyes back when Nia was so frightened? It reminds me strongly of how reapers feed.

Ferdinand put his hand up to his chin, thinking for a moment. "I did not. But yes, I can see where you could get the comparison. Still though, I trust them."

Lerasi wrote:I don't speak for Snow but I would think that this is quite concerning.

Yo my Kaiser at any moment could go Aerys II Targaryen aka "Mad King" on the people.

I suppose I should actually help OU take islands from Danelaw since he's taking them for me.

Danelaw Scandinavia you can consider this as an official war declaration I guess.

Greater Felter wrote:Still they could manage using thier instruments and input from the piolets. A runway collision most likely only happens if clearances are given out wrong.

Remember, the fog was very thicc there, not even the ATC or passengers could see what's going on outside. Also, one of the pilots in the KLM disobeyed orders from ATC. So there's that too. Oh yeah, also Tenerife=Canary Islands=Spain=we have not that much money. So ye.

Danelaw Scandinavia wrote:Rule 2: Dont ever mess with Kampf.

Kamchatki: "****"

Danelaw Scandinavia wrote:Rule 2: Dont ever mess with Kampf.

Rule 3: Being ally of Grossvietnam is better than hostile

Post by Kamchatki suppressed by a moderator.

Greater Filipnio Nation wrote:At the same time, he declares that the Japanese Dominated Timeline version of Restoration of Eastern Kaiserreich is the legitimate Germany due to owning almost all the land modern day Germany owns.

The German Reich expresses appreciation for this.

I mean seriously we literally own all of Germany, and even more, except the Saarland.

congrats Greater Felter you have effectively given me the maximum amount of notifications NS allows.

Restoration of Eastern Kaiserreich wrote:The German Reich expresses appreciation for this.

I mean seriously we literally own all of Germany, and even more, except the Saarland.

Kampf never tried to do so when he got the chance. Yet you did. So I think you're more of the timeline's Germany than him.

Restoration of Eastern Kaiserreich wrote:The German Reich expresses appreciation for this.

I mean seriously we literally own all of Germany, and even more, except the Saarland.

Wait...nevermind I own that too. Just a microscopic piece of land I don't have.

I'm 'bout to commit Tenerife now, bois.

Great Algerstonia wrote:congrats Greater Felter you have effectively given me the maximum amount of notifications NS allows.

>.>
Im attacking the other one which mentioned my liking now.

Restoration of Eastern Kaiserreich wrote:

Ferdinand put his hand up to his chin, thinking for a moment. "I did not. But yes, I can see where you could get the comparison. Still though, I trust them."

Yes, I'm afraid that is your privilege and yours alone. Snow steps over the river and into Thriwich. Do not bring them here again.

Peatiktist wrote:I suppose I should actually help OU take islands from Danelaw since he's taking them for me.

Danelaw Scandinavia you can consider this as an official war declaration I guess.

"I guess"

Greater Felter wrote:Still they could manage using thier instruments and input from the piolets. A runway collision most likely only happens if clearances are given out wrong.

These communications are taken from the cockpit voice recorders of both aircraft, as well as from the Tenerife control tower's tapes.[25][26][27][28][29][30]
1705:361706:32
1705:36.7
[KLM first officer completes pre-flight checklist. KLM 4805 is now at the end of the runway, in position for departure.]
1705:41.5
KLM FIRST OFFICER Wait a minute, we don't have an ATC clearance. [This statement is apparently a response to an advancing of the throttles in the KLM]
KLM CAPTAIN No, I know that, go ahead, ask.
1705:44.61705:50.8
KLM (RADIO) The KLM four eight zero five is now ready for take-off and we are waiting for our ATC clearance.
1705:53.41706:08.1
TENERIFE TOWER KLM eight seven zero five [sic] you are cleared to the Papa beacon, climb to and maintain flight level nine zero, right turn after take-off, proceed with heading four zero until intercepting the three two five radial from Las Palmas VOR.
1706:07.4
KLM CAPTAIN Yes.
1706:09.61706:17.8
KLM (RADIO) Ah roger, sir, we are cleared to the Papa beacon flight level nine zero, right turn out zero four zero until intercepting the three two five. We are now at take-off [or "uh..taking off"].
1706:11.1
[KLM brakes released]
1706:12.3
KLM CAPTAIN We gaan ... check thrust. [We're going ... check thrust].
1706:14.0
[Engine acceleration audible in KLM cockpit]
1706:18.21706:21.2
TENERIFE TOWER OK.... Stand by for take-off, I will call you. [Only the start of this message could be heard clearly by the KLM crew due to a radio heterodyne]
1706:19.3
PAN AM CAPTAIN No... uh.
1706:20.3
PAN AM (RADIO) And we're still taxiing down the runway, the clipper one seven three six. [This message was not heard completely clear by the KLM crew due to a radio heterodyne]
1706:25.5
TENERIFE TOWER Ah, Papa Alpha one seven three six, report the runway clear.
1706:29.6
PAN AM (RADIO) OK, will report when we're clear.
1706:31.7
TENERIFE TOWER Thank you. [This the last radio communication involving the two aircraft. Everything which follows is intra-cockpit communication amongst its respective crews.]
1706:321706:40
1706:32.1
PAN AM CAPTAIN Let's get the hell out of here.
1706:34.9
PAN AM FIRST OFFICER Yeah, he's anxious, isn't he?
1706:36.2
PAN AM FLT ENGR Yeah, after he held us up for half an hour, that [expletive]. Now he's in a rush.
1706:32.4
KLM FLT ENGR Is hij er niet af dan? [Is he not clear then?]
1706:34.1
KLM CAPTAIN Wat zeg je? [What do you say?]
1706:34.2
KLM UNKNOWN Yup.
1706:34.7
KLM FLT ENGR Is hij er niet af, die Pan American? [Is he not clear, that Pan American?]
1706:35.7
KLM CAPTAIN Jawel. [Oh yes. emphatic]

Correct.

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