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OK, anyone got any good caps of the "Top Gun" stein? Doesn't seem like it will be too hard to replicate other than the top... Did it appear to anyone else that it was a F-18?
Originally posted by UFO@Feb 3 2006, 11:04 PM
that what was an F-18?
the logo on the one side was a skull with a knife between the teeth, with the BSG patch design on the other side.....
the top was a regular stein top, infact, it was just a regular stein...lol....
Damn, beat me to it,Originally posted by CMANavy@Feb 4 2006, 08:16 AM
That sure looks like a match to me.Â This has to be a new record, only a few hours from air date to prop ID, with source and avialibility.
Yes. Was going to post the same thing myself.Originally posted by phase pistol@Feb 4 2006, 02:32 AM
And is anybody else tired of that gimmick of opening shot followed by "93 hours earlier" or whatever... :rolleyes
The NYMPH magazine belonged to one of the pilot's that died. It was in his possessions when they cleaned out his bunk. It was a "new" magazine to Hot Dog but I didn't see it as a newly printed mag.Originally posted by phase pistol@Feb 4 2006, 06:35 AM
And what's this... a MAGAZINE?. :confused
It may be that "the world is over and the war is just begun", but the new issues of "NYMPH" just keep comin' out regardless.Â :rolleyes
Note the cut corners. But TELL me that's not a publicity pic of Tricia Helfer on the cover. :lol
What, this one?Originally posted by Treadwell@Feb 4 2006, 03:28 AM
While you're capping...check out the shot immediately after the launch tube. The big rock in the foreground that's only there for 5 frames or so.