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Thanks, Captain Coffee....

 

This one has some interesting possibilities, but then, all of them do...

 

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EDIT:  I've got to get in here with mine - can't resist.  Sorry.  This one jumped out at the engineer in me.

 

Copilot: Too bad you didn't hit it harder - it would have fallen forward and only damaged the wing.

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I thought you were marshaling this one. But I thought you were marshaling this one. No, I'm pretty sure he was marshaling this one......

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And the #1 recommendation after the first Frangible Tower Test:

Wrap entire structure in canvas covered dollar store pool noodles.

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Pilot: I just won twenty bucks on a scratch-off, today is my lucky da...Screeeeech, Thunk

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Engineer: Our towers are earthquake proof, fire proof, rust proof and best of all cras...CRASH, BANG, easy to replace 

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On ‎11‎/‎13‎/‎2017 at 17:41, brett said:

Engineer: Our towers are earthquake proof, fire proof, rust proof and best of all cras...CRASH, BANG, easy to replace 

 

OK, this one seems to have gone quiet so I'm going to award it to Brett.   His description of engineering "agility" is pretty good.

 

I did like the jumping tower Al posted but in the end, had to cut the cards.

 

Take it away, Brett.

 

John

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Thanks John, I feel I cheated a bit using an engineer joke.:D

 

I'll take a look for something and be back......

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The trouble with getting a fast turnaround in some countries is that baggage handlers insist on having their meal breaks right on schedule, no matter what else is going on.

 

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Ladies and Gentlemen there  will be a slight delay as our pilots refuse to eat the airline food.

This is due to a No Curry allowed onboard rule.:heat:

 

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Do not turn around.  There are four men behind you watching us.  Have you been criticizing the government again?

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Fact being stranger than fiction, my Father-in Law was in the RAF  and as well as being an aircraft electrician, was also on the crash crew as and when needed.  At the time of the incident he was based at RAF Northolt, when one afternoon an Indian Air Force Lockheed Constellation came in carrying some VIPs. The passengers got off and were whisked away, the crew then proceeded to ignore the well equipped galley on the aircraft and  lit a fire on the apron underneath it! They were part way through preparing their food when the fire crew turned up and put an end to proceedings! For some reason these silly buggers did not trust the aircrafts equipment and wanted to do things the traditional way! By all accounts they were directed to the Crews Mess and told to eat there! 

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Buddhist airways is one of the worst for in flight meal service...passengers have to bring their own food and share it with the monk/stewards, who enjoy the offerings on the austerity of the post flight ramp.

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