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Mark Hale inspired to borrow DeLorean from Air & Space Academy

Comments re photo 78572 ACHS Air Space Academy students pass written pilots exam

Mark Hale writes:
Congrats to the two ACHS scholars. Was wondering if the used a DeLorean to go Back To The Future as the article stated they took the test in 2040. Would like to borrow the car and the flux capacitor for a short period. Just long enough to get the Power Ball and Mega Millions jackpot numbers for next week. Will pay a nominal fee for its use. - Mark Hale
Thanks, Mark - Wonderful idea. Just remember that the next week is PTA Teacher Appreciation Week and donate a few million to the academy or your favorite teacher. Thanks for the wonderfully imaginative reminder to correct it, which was done before posting. (By the way, the typo was made here at CM - the main article submitted to the academy had the correct year.) - EW

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