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April 17, 2012


Pilot sends plane into dive after mistaking Venus for oncoming plane

(Thanks to Not My Usual Alias)


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I don't understand what all the complaining is about. Those passengers almost had the opportunity of a lifetime. Consider how much a non-stop flight to Venus usually costs. Most flights have a lay-over on the Moon.

--From one of the comments below the CNN story,
to which I add:
"Har! Snork!"

Awaiting Uranus joke in 3... 2... 1...

Uranus remains dark, though.

sorry about your black hole.....butt what happened to the auroras?

If the passengers chose to ignore the "fasten seatbelts" light it was their own fault, they were warned.

Preparation A took care of them.

You don't want to go to Venus -- you might get a venereal disease.

Uranus is not bright enough, butt Venus wants to know if her jeans make her planet look big.

I think he over reacted. If he thought he was about to fly into Uranus, now that I understand

They gave Frankie Avalon a pilot's license...?

Wow Clankie, major geezerness there.....

Wasn't there a 6th grade joke about Kilingons on Uranus? At least they weren't from Venus - Venereal Klingons are even worse!

Confusin' quote: "I hit the top of the ceiling and fell back to the ground."

She fell out of the plane?!?!?!?! (Must've hit an island in the Atlantic.)

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