Talk:Mailing it in

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The article has been ICU'd, but hey, what do you admins expect? IT WAS MAILED IN!

But seriously folks, I'll try to flesh it out in the next few days. --Sir NoNamesLeft CUN NotM 21:50, May 9, 2011 (UTC)

The Hindenburg crash occurred in Lakehurst, NJ not NYC. Helium is not highly combustible (but hydrogen is) The Hindenburg was filled with hydrogen, not helium. "...rather than heating normal air the way that was done for normal balloons." The Hindenburg was a zeppelin (or blimp) not a "normal balloon". Might make more sense to state it was filled with inexpensive hydrogen instead of helium that was done for other zeppelins.... The preceding unsigned comment was added by 65.51.48.134 (talk • contribs)

This article is a Featured Article (it ran on the website main page) and is presumed not to need more help being funny, which wouldn't necessarily happen, anyway, with your thorough fact-check. This is a humor wiki. Spıke Radiomicrophone17:12 6-Jan-16

"A third example of mailing it in would be the Hindenburg disaster. The designer of the massive blimp "mailed it in" by choosing to use relatively inexpensive (and highy flammable) helium for his blimp, rather than heating normal air the way that was done for normal balloons. " Helium is an inert gas and is not combustable. It wasn't used because it was very expensive at the time. Instead, they used Hydrogen, a highly combustable gas. The preceding unsigned comment was added by Gw55hughes (talk • contribs)

Indeed but this isn't wikipedia. Misinformation, downright lies, falsehoods, fake quotes and Chuck Norris ..this is the place. --LaurelsRomArtus*Imperator ITRA (Orate) ® 12:56, August 4, 2016 (UTC)
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