Discussion in 'Pictures From The Road' started by gne in prog, Jul 19, 2016.
There is a VAGNA near Bordeaux, France.
I prefer DOSXX. Near Abilene, Texas, on the WSTEX RNAV SID from KDFW.
You cut off the missed approach fix...IDEED
You're right! forgot about that one.
ILS 23 into Morristown, you fly just north of Tony Soprano's house
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There used to be an arrival to Cincinnati with a DRESR intersection. Routine clearance was "NXXXXX, cross DRESR at FL 240".
Hanky burgr fryys... loved LEB
I think south of SLC around MLF there's MLF, HEIRY, and BEVER
As I was coming off OMA one night I heard a guy at Sioux City getting a clearance to Dickinson. Had to look it up on flightaware afterword to be sure.
The long way via Fresno
Originated in Rapid City?
VPHUC Tampa Area (never gotten it in a clearance but I can dream, preferably ATC would pronounce it first)
Who makes up these names ?
Pretty sure Gerardo came up with the last one I posted.
Do people still drink this?
TWIGS & BERYS
A coworker at my old job would order a Guinness, Peroni, Stella, etc... then he would have too much fun when I'd order a Miller. Loudly, very loudly he would say things like:
You know, for the same price you could order a real beer?
Does that count as alcohol? Does the eight hour rule even apply if you drink that?
If you'd like, I could urinate in a frosty glass and save you $5.
Even if you to to class it up and call it Milwaukee Chardonnay, it still sounds like trash.
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