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Date Posted: 03:07:46 06/15/13 Sat
Author: Werewearer
Author Host/IP: 71.195.41.101
Subject: The Pilot in Aliens

So, I'm watching Aliens again the other night, and it gets to the part where Sigourney, Lance H. as the synthetic, and the Marine squad are in the transporter. The pilot, I'm not sure who she's played by, is detaching from the mother ship to head to the surface, and the pilot says, "I'm five-by-five and in the pipe[Houston!]." And off they go, into crazy turbulence, but the pilot lands the craft okay. Sigourney and company roll out in their fortified stretch humvee. '

So, back on earth, having blown off the movie, if I'm walking around saying, "I'm feelin' five-by-five," that must mean I'm feeling okay about the Pipe I'm traveling down, right-o?

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