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Saturday, 9 May 2009

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The Shinola Gay, the WWII fighter from which the first F-bomb was dropped, hangs in the Smithsonian.

New York City, NY.-The first man to drop the F-bomb during World War 2 has died. Archibald bunker, Archie to his friends and family, died Thursday, April 23rd at the age of 87.

"It was during the original Japanese assault on the Hawaiian Islands." recalls life-long friend Ralph Garnett. "Archie and I were on a routine training mission, flying our plane, the Shinola Gay, when Archie saw the lead squadron of Japanese Zeros about five miles off and as they flew past he just let it rip. "What the F**k was that!?". The effects were devastating.

"I laughed so hard I just about peed my pants! We all broke out laughing, 'cause we knew the command on the ground had been listening to the whole thing. Of course things got real busy, real fast after that. But based on the way things unfolded, we were eventually able to verify that his was the first F-bomb of the war."

Mr. Bunker never liked to talk about the designation as the first man to drop the F-bomb much. He led a quiet life as a f**king blue collar worker, with his f**king wife, Edith, His F**king daughter, Gloria, and her live-in boyfriend, "That F**king hippie", Michael.

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