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April 01, 2014

BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN

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(Thanks to manual tomato)

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Thanks CNN!

Captain Obvious at the controls, I'm guessing.

I was trying to explain (almost) exactly the same thing to Mrs. Thunking last night.

Finally, Martin Savidge's tireless work pays off.

And as everyone knows, you have the same problem when your gas tank is empty. Do they actually pay people to come up with these weird headlines. No wonder CNN is circling the drain (and good riddance).

Can they fly with a flat tire? Call AAA if this happens to you often.

CNN has taken "jumping the shark" to a whole new level.

An engine failure practice is one of the exciting areas of learning to fly. It's right up there with vertical stalls (you're going nearly straight up, then you aren't).
For some reason, we were advised to do these over unpopulated areas.

Steve, Maybe they are talking about Phuket airlines?

Motto, "Fly Phuket or not."

I wonder why other planes don't have this problem.

It's never a good thing when the fuel tanks fill with air.

Just use your air brakes, like Bugs Bunny did.

It began as the Chicken Noodle Network. What do you expect?

The guys at McDonnell-Douglas are giggling, "Stupid Boeing planes!"

I am struggling to maintain my eyes from rolling out of my head.

Putting the 'bull' in 'bulletin.'

...At least until the movie's over.

They'll do anything to ignore the Crisis in Ukraine.

Well actually Ray, Boeing bought out MD years ago.

bgbear "An engine failure practice is one of the exciting areas of learning to fly. It's right up there with vertical stalls (you're going nearly straight up, then you aren't). For some reason, we were advised to do these over unpopulated areas."

Obviously you weren't in the Navy training at Pax River

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