Tuesday, July 14, 2020

That's not reassuring.


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  1. Lowest bidder or weight reduction ?

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  2. I'm telling you I saw something out on the wing! Why won't you believe me?

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    1. LOL, I remember that movie!

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    2. Who did it best - John Lithgow or William Shatner.

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  3. When I was in the military I was on a C-5 that lost 3 engines on the trip over the pond. We were loaded heavy enough that we needed an in-flight refuel just after takeoff and we used up almost all of 8000 foot runway to get off the ground. None of the engines were as bad as that one but the landing in Rota Spain was so smooth we didn't know we were on the ground until we felt the brakes. We were stuck there for three weeks before heading into the sandbox. It was one of the best deployments of my military career.

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  4. ...I think that would be considered "loosing containment"...ouch!

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  5. BOEING stands for Bits Of Engines In Neighbors Gardens.

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  6. AIRBUS - All Inspectors Retarded Blind Unqualified Stoned?

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  7. I'll bet that was exciting for a minute or two!

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  8. Everybody always freaks out - it's just visual artifact from the scan rate of the video sensor of the camera.

    Or so the airline droid was saying. :P

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  9. People complain when an aircraft is held up an extra half hour for maintenance, and then lose their minds when this happens.
    "DON"T YOU PEOPLE CHECK ANYTHING?"
    Lady, you wouldn't shut up about how you were inconvenienced.

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  10. Feces occurs. You’recstill in the air and the fuselage hasn’t been penetrated. Quit your whining!

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