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  • The lungworm rides it like a puddlejumper, and out of range of the manure it has better odds of being eaten by a cow.

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  • Finally, in Grace Under Pressure, poor McKay's puddlejumper crash lands in the ocean and, while he faces death in a manner that is odd – even for him – he receives help from the most unexpected source…

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  • Was hoping to do some video at the conference but my camcorder got stolen on Mon%u2014either from the hotel room or the guys who took my carry-on on the puddlejumper from Boston to DC- it was too big for the small compartments.

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  • Yeah, I flew O'Hare to Columbus in a puddlejumper and it really wasn't much different than a big plane.

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  • Rodney had thought his heart would stop when he realized John had chosen to take the puddlejumper on a kamikaze run at the Wraith ship.


  • The trip through the gate bridge took practically no time at all and when she debarked from the puddlejumper the two men she so desperately wanted to see were both standing there.


  • John hands that could so deftly wield a P-90 or coax the most complex of maneuvers out of a puddlejumper betrayed him by being unable to undo the buttons down the front of Jeanie's shirt.


  • John would bet a week's puddlejumper time that that's exactly what's happened here.


  • John remembered watching Ronon's first wary steps, ducking into the puddlejumper, and thinking that someone, sometime, should have warned him about the man.


  • Isolation in a puddlejumper had been hell, impotent pacing on the Daedalus had been torture but here on Atlantis in a bathtub with a friend he was home.



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