Feline Fur Flying

A flight from Khartoum, Sudan, to Qatar was forced to return to its departure point after about half an hour in the air. The ride got pretty bumpy as the pilot and copilot fought off a hairy hijacker that suddenly appeared in the cockpit and began to throw a hissy fit. It remains unclear how the purr-turbed passenger got onto the plane, but it’s suspected that it had snuck aboard while the jet was in the hangar overnight for cleaning. Needless to say, the cantankerous kitty was not pleased to be locked in the cockpit and proceeded to attack the Sudanese pilots. When attempts to restrain the “aggressive” critter failed, the crew was forced to make an emergency landing. The commercial flight was a Sudanese Tarco airline bound for Qatar’s capital, Doha. Everybody landed safely and nobody was hurt, but they added an item to the preflight check list.


Terrorist Cat in the cockpit

As we landed in Saudi Arabia the pilot announced “Ladies and Gentlemen don’t forget to adjust your watches to local time.”
I thought to myself how do I turn it back to the 7th century?

Propellers on small planes are actually used to keep the pilot cool.
When it stops spinning, you can see the pilot start to sweat.

What did the instructor at the school for Kamikaze pilots say to his students?
Watch closely. I’m only going to do this once.

Q: What is the difference between a jet engine and a flight attendant?
A: At the end of the flight the jet engine stops whining.


March 4th Birthdays

1994 – Jenna Boyd, 1987 – Park Min-young, 1969 – Patricia Heaton

1997 – Nat Zing, 1982 – Ha Seok-jin, 1990 – Draymond Green


Morning Motivator

It is better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.


Fickle finger of feline fury