Sunday, January 18, 2009


The only time in history a pilot of a plane crash will ever be praised. The pilot of Flight 1549, Chesley B. "Sully" Sullenberger, had to crash land the plane into the Hudson River in New York. The plane experienced failure in both engines as it flew through a flock of birds. This just shows how dumb birds really are. Fly up and avoid certain death from that gigantic metallic excessively loud bird, they choose to stay their course. After the plane was crippled the pilot made the decision to crash land in the river. How he avoided crashing into the millions of buildings in New York City I do not know. Not one of the passengers were killed. Some passengers were treated for minor injuries, but nothing serious. I give my nomination for Mr. Sullenberger to get a major pay raise. US Airways could make a new slogan now too. New slogan should be; US Airways, our pilots are even good at crashing. Or, our planes not only fly, they float too! Either way, Mr. Sullenberger is a baller, and saved 150 people from possible death.

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