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  • Surrounded perhaps by a fondant ocean and a couple of cakey puddlejumpers hovering on fishing line.

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  • Clearly a bus is a far safer choice than the sort of rented puddlejumpers used by touring bands.

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  • And while I bet I could have figured out how to download you into the puddlejumpers so that you could continue to be our number one pilot, we certainly would have lost out on the charming way you have with the natives during negotiations.

    Wraithbait

  • Which was the only thing that kept him sane when he was a kid, because John loved horses with nearly the same adoration that he later bestowed on cars, jets, and puddlejumpers.

    Wraithbait

  • It wasn't true, but he really didn't see the point in cataloguing his spectacular crash and burn from flying puddlejumpers in another galaxy to piloting helicopters for traffic DJs.

    Wraithbait

  • In 2003, the name was shortened to Midwest Airlines, apparently to keep people from thinking the airline was a commuter flying puddlejumpers around the upper Midwest.

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  • They'd just have to cross their fingers and hope that it wasn't one of those Ancient devices, like the puddlejumpers, that required both daemon and human to operate.

    Wraithbait

  • Several days later as he and Rodney were discussing proposed modifications to the dampers in the puddlejumpers-well, Rodney was talking, John would nod, shake his head, or roll his eyes, depending-Rodney stopped mid-stream and said, "You like this, don't you?

    Wraithbait

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