February 2, 2006

fire away

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:21 am by Feng

fire away — start to talk or ask questions [dict]

In the movie “Pear Pearl Harbor”, the Japnese launched a successful attack by surprise. After the attack, the US president, Roosevelt, ordered his subordinates to devise a revenge plan. Then, one submarine officer came to report that he had a plan in mind. “Fire away“, the president said quickly.

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4 Comments »

  1. Saar Drimer said,

    “shoot” also works.
    in Hebrew we might also say “transmit” or “launch”…

  2. tyger said,

    We say fire away to your hearts content, meaning fire all you like. Or its a variation of bombs away which is more rhyming along the lines of bombs away’……..kaboooom!

    lol

  3. Matt said,

    “In the movie “Pear Harbor?, the Japnese launched a successful attack by surprise.”

    Damn those Japanese and their fruit!

  4. vdovault said,

    What Matt means to say is that the movie is called ‘Pearl Harbor’ — you made a typographical mistake Feng 🙂


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