So last night I'm watching this show on the History Channel called "Boneyard". It's about the destruction and recycling of old airplanes and ships and stuff. I recorded it because a large portion is filmed at the AF Boneyard in AZ. I spent some time there and got a big tour so I thought it'd be cool to watch. As just about everybody knows I'm pretty much obsessed with aviation in general. When it comes to C-5s and stuff it's not uncommon for me to tear up cuz I'm sooooo into them. So anyway I'm watching this show and they are talking about tearing down all the air planes and stuff. Then they start showing these 141's they have retired and are tearing down to recycle. It kind of started to hit me when I was noticing the tail flashing and paint jobs. They added those flashings and paint jobs while I was still in. So I know they have been retired since then. Then in the background I notice something that looked familiar. It was the aft cargo doors and ramp of a C-5. I hadn't expected to see C-5's there. Talk about a pit in your stomach. I had to just stop watching. I later came back and fast forwarded through it just in case they were crunching up any. Luckily for me they didn't. They are just using them for spare parts. I can deal with that. I know from experience that some of those parts are really hard to come by so at least I know they are going to good use. Anyway, that's just a glimpse into my freakish obsession... or at least this one of many freakish obsessions.