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Old 15 January 2009, 07:51   #11
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The new James Bond movie has a Nice RIB chase in black Avons. and its like 5min long...
I just received a mailer from Yamaha and there was an article in there about this scene. Yammie provided all of the engines for these boats as well as the various support boats.
As I recall, the Ribs were smoted by 007 and he was in some old workboat. So much for truth in film...
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Old 15 January 2009, 15:51   #12
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"smoted"???



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Old 15 January 2009, 22:17   #13
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I just received a mailer from Yamaha and there was an article in there about this scene. Yammie provided all of the engines for these boats as well as the various support boats.
As I recall, the Ribs were smoted by 007 and he was in some old workboat. So much for truth in film...

I see...cus Bond is teh man he was able to outrun the RIBs in a old work boat...
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The simple past tense of smite is smote, the past participle is smitten.


Everything you needed to know about smiting is here; http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/smite
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I've seen the Whale Wars episode, absolutely nuts!

I've actually been seeing RIBs quite a bit on some of the network shows as well. I watched Numbers on CBS a few weeks ago and saw a RIB, not sure what kind, might have been a Ribcraft and then I saw a sweet black RIB on CSI Miami not too long ago as well.
As I understand it, both the Numbers and CSI Miami RIBS were of RIBCRAFT Mitigators. I think they have some press releases about it on their US website.

We did some post-production film work with one of our Ribcraft 7.8s for Whale Wars in Massachusetts Bay. They strapped a prop harpoon to our bow and filmed it as if skimming across the water. Have seen the footage in a couple of the promos.
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Triple X film

Another"comedy film" Triple X State of the Union.
Very forgettable film apart from the chase scene and finaly destroying the RIBs
http://movies.about.com/od/xxx2/a/xxx2121304.htm

click watch trailer.You have to wait through 2 mins of junk before you get to the ribs though

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[QUOTE=prairie tuber;278813] The simple past tense of smite is smote, the past participle is smitten.


LOL. Okay, okay. Not a word we hear too often in the US. (Well, maybe in church, but I haven't been seen in one of those in quite a while...)

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