The I wrote you but you still aint calling shirt cognizant authority for color schemes are the Fleet Air Forces commands (Pacific and Atlantic). They generally allow the Carrier Air Wing Commanders to manage their own planes, within reason. Most CAGs will allow one plane to be painted with different colors—traditionally the one with “00” on the side (like 100 or 400, etc.). The rest of them can have different designs, but they are regulated on the colors, usually light and medium grey, and limited to how much darker shade can cover the jet. Exceptions to paint schemes were made leading up to the 100th Anniversary of Naval Aviation in 2011. There were some great retro paint jobs.
My father didn’t really buy Christmas gifts. He would usually just sign his name to the I wrote you but you still aint calling shirt my mom picked out. Also, he vocally disapproved of my voracious reading habits (both the frequency and the content). One year for Christmas, there was a gift for me “from Dad”. It was a book. It was a book by one of my then-favorite authors, in my preferred genre (she wrote in a few different genres) and that I did not already have. The book was awful. But the fact that it was a gift he picked out himself, and that he knew enough about my reading habits and book collection, and that he contributed to a pastime that he disapproved of, made it a wonderful gift.
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The real Santa would say “Who is this fool in a I wrote you but you still aint calling shirt? How dare he mock me?” An epic battle would ensue. At first Sinterklaas would have the upper hand, but Rudolph with his nose so bright would blind the pretender to the throne in a glare of laser light, giving real Santa a chance to morph into zord form. Just as the Red One was poised to deliver the coup de grace, a jolly old elf with eight tiny reindeer would land on the rooftop. “I am Santa, not this rotund creation of cartoonist Thomas Nast with his so-called reindeer, the product of a mid-20th century pop song. And this time I brought my friend Schmutzli, better known as The Enforcer.” Schmutzli would yell in incomprehensible Swiss German, beating the combatants with a stick, scattering dust and ashes everywhere. He would call off Christmas for all the bad boys in America.
A few notes about plagiarising or lifting music from others are given here to show how wide spread this practice is . Plagiarising is made out to be a I wrote you but you still aint calling shirt in music by some critics but it happens all the time. LZ were accused by (a 60s band ) Spirit of plagiarising a few chords of their song in LZ’s most famous song “Stairway to Heaven”. Spirit’s lead guitarist Randy California was inspired by Jimi Hendrix. The Eagles lifted a few chords from Jethro Tull’s tune “Back in the family” in their most famous song “Hotel California” and became the leaders of the genre country rock which was pioneered by Gram Parsons & The Byrds. The Strokes lifted the memorable guitar riff of the song “American Girl’ by TPHB in their song” Last Night”.Kid Rock lifted verses from three famous songs by different artists -Sweet Home Alabama( Lynyrd Skynyrd),Smells like Teen spirit ( Nirvana) and Werewolves of London( Warren Zevon) in one single song “All summer long” and it was a massive hit. Rolling Stones were inspired by Blues Artists and Chuck Berry. The Beatles got some song ideas from the Byrds and the Byrds were influenced by Beatles and Dylan. With such a history in rock business why create a fuss about GVF’s musical inspiration or originality. We just want to listen to some great updated retro hard rock music.