The fauxhawk (or horrible, horrible injury, I can't tell which) is a natural amplifier of sound.Thought it was pretty crass that he talked about how “excited” he was to review this accident, and how he hoped everyone “enjoyed” watching it.
And why does he speak in shouts?
Oh, I honestly have no clue what he said...I really did only last about 5 seconds into the video, so I was asking for a summary. His voice, to me, was like nails on a chalkboard. Nothing against the guy or his message, I just have better things to do than listen to a voice that annoys me. Call it a flaw in me, as it is. If it was work related, I could make it through it, but yeah, for off time relaxation, I have no desire to put myself through that.
That's why I asked what I did. I couldn't figure out what he was talking about for 33 minutes. From what I remember, it was an invincible Kennedy flying where he shouldn't have been. The weather was horrible that night.
Those are the broad strokes. What Schappert does over the course of the video (and I'll concede that he could written his script with more brevity in mind) were the building blocks of the accident chain, the Hazardous Attitudes (he cites Macho, but I'd make an argument for Invulnerability, too) the lack of Wx briefing, refusal to accept an offer from a CFI to accompany (I don't like how Schappert characterized that, either, but that's a minor personal gripe) operating with an injured ankle (rudder control) and multiple opportunities that JFK passed up where he could have diverted.That's why I asked what I did. I couldn't figure out what he was talking about for 33 minutes. From what I remember, it was an invincible Kennedy flying where he shouldn't have been. The weather was horrible that night.
Yes and also had barely just finished PP, went IMC and since he was rich bought a powerful aircraft he shouldn't have been flying yet and barely had any time in at all.