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March 23, 2008


tacoma florist

ooh, that's some scary stuff.


i was on flight 1250. they should have landed immediately. some expert looks out the window and determines everything "should" be ok. the pilot announces we're slowing down and going to 10,000'. we think we can land in philly. the stewardess says to stay in your seat and fasten your seatbelt as firmly as you can, if the window goes everthing that isn't tied down will be sucked out of the plane. we should be able to make it to philly, fasten your seat belt as firmly as you can so you don't get sucked out the window, we should have landed immediately.

Brian Finnegan

I'll bet the Safety Board would like to chat with you.

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