Date: 2017-09-04 23:52
You obviously know that something is wrong with the horse and see whats coming,but it 8767 s still interesting to read what happens. When you hear about the preist and the old guy who kwow what is going to happen before it happens and then you get to the climax, it 8767 s one of those 8775 I told you so 8776 moments when you knew the whole time that they should have listened. The climax might be suprising if you 8767 ve never heard of this before and didn 8767 t catch on in the exposition and rising actions though. This whole story is clever and it would 8767 ve been interesting if it really happened.
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i belive the climax is when Odysseus lets all the soldiers in and they killed everyone. this was an . storry but it was to long 🙁
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I have to take issue with this statement: 8775 those who fly the plane say that a loss of engine power will not cause an uncontrollable yaw. 8776
I think the climax of the story was when they opened the belly of the horse and all the Greek soldiers came out to fight!
I went over the story twice and I think that the climax was when soliders came out of the horse and they started killing and attacking people!! 🙂 It was alright not so bad.
it was cool a bit long but overall it and I already knew it wuss just killin I already know ALL greek mythology stories and some was wrong but daz SMALLZ ammmmm not-really-kinda-didn 8767 t-maybe
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Given the crack(s), allowable in-wing fuel leakages, and at least one undiscovered in-flight fire that only by pure luck burned itself out before affecting flight controls, wouldn 8767 t it be possible that the flames on flight 9595 could have ignited leaked fuel adjacent to other tanks and, given ambient pressures in the tanks and ample oxygen, set those tanks alight, too?