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  • The rest of the cast was even less engaging, and every time Tamoh Penikett was onscreen, I kept expecting to see him in his flightsuit.

    From Dollhouse To Charnel House

  • He'd prance around an aircraft carrier in a flightsuit like one of The Village People pumping his fists in the air while shouting "Bring it on!"

    Obama criticized for terror response

  • Conservatives now have raised the back of their hands to their foreheads, tilted their faces to the heavens, and started a long catlike yowl about the deficits that their former flightsuit-clad hero George W. Bush delivered to the nation, thanks to the very same conservative principles named above.

    A fitting cap

  • I thought Bush looked great in the flightsuit, too.

    The Sarah Palin tata brouhaha

  • Whether it was Bush putting on that flightsuit or John Kerry running largely on his war record or an action star getting elected governor of California, it felt like American politics and mythical hero worship were starting to converge in fascinating ways.

    Bryan Young: Ex Machina: An Interview With Brian K. Vaughan

  • It picked me up by the front of my flightsuit and pinned my back against the fuselage of my ship.

    365 tomorrows » 2008 » September : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • He was about to move out of the alcove when a woman in a dark green flightsuit jogged by, her long dark braid swinging across her back.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • Let's send McCain to Florida, dress him up in a flightsuit and let him get in the cockpit of a Skyhawk again.

    Breaking: GOPer Retracts Bogus China-Cuba Oil Claim

  • Four years after the president strutted across the deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln in his padded flightsuit and stood proudly under the banner "MISSION ACCOMPLISHED" in a ceremony of militaristic jingoism that would have made Stalin blush and announced that major military actions have ended in Iraq, here's the headline in the Washington Post:

    Four Years Later

  • Now, what Number Eight, wearing a Cylon flightsuit, with a reception consisting of the President, the Admiral, Apollo, and zoom-ins on the reactions of Starbuck and especially Tyrol, would merit an "Oh my Gods"?

    Space in Canada

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