A light, airy, effervescent, blog of grave consequence. (NOT!) Dedicated to those of us who must respond to negative stimuli by Chernobyling (entombing in concrete) our innermost thoughts.

Location: Slaughter, Louisiana, United States

A semi-gruntled corporate reliability engineer trying to make ends meet while keeping my wife happy, and myself out of the asylum.

Sunday, November 30, 2008

Dinner. Finally.

Atlanta Marriott Downtown


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Always being the first at the scene of the crash pilots tend to not have a death wish. The big hub airports are always messy in bad weather. It's better to be on the ground wishing you were in the air than in the air wishing you were on the ground. Jules Verne or John Madden said that, I think.

6:20 AM  
Blogger 2Evil4U said...

I was just wondering if the airline would push away even though they knew a ground stop had been implemented at the next airport. It seems unlikely given the additional information.

7:06 AM  
Anonymous Sweet Pea said...

A delightful Merlot would make a more exquisite photo!

9:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The crew would push back if they had an estimated departure time close by. This would keep the time out on time for the record. Then you would sit and hope the time didn't change.

3:30 PM  
Blogger 2Evil4U said...

Yup. That's what happened.

5:12 PM  

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