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   xoxoxoBruce  Thursday Jun 18 01:16 AM

June 18, 2009: lightning Strike

From an email, I got these pictures showing the results of a lightning strike on a plane.
There wasn't much information, but from the pictures you can see it's a ASA( Atlantic Southeast Airlines) plane.
ASA is a Delta Connection carrier, flying small Bombardier jets.



I'd hate to be the one doing that pilot's laundry.



nil_orally  Thursday Jun 18 04:09 AM

I see the body of a baby Jesus. They should put this on Ebay.



SPUCK  Thursday Jun 18 06:31 AM

That's what the email fishermen want you to think..

It was caused by a circuit breaker failure that burned the entire circuit breaker panel out and melted the wall - while the plane was grounded and being powered by shore power.



ZenGum  Thursday Jun 18 07:35 AM

Fine. I bet you don't believe in the tooth fairy, either. [/snit]



Derek  Thursday Jun 18 08:08 AM

Where have i seen this..

Theres a monster on the wing!
Somthings on the wing I TELL YOU!!



Shawnee123  Thursday Jun 18 08:11 AM

Awesome, Derek! :p

Welcome to the Cellar.



dmg1969  Thursday Jun 18 08:56 AM

I see a Shmoo...but a Schmoo with arms.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shmoo



sweetwater  Thursday Jun 18 10:18 AM

I see a dolphin! No wait, it's a shark! Ummm... errr... no, I've decided that it's Alfred Hitchcock. Is that why they painted "Danger" on the plane?

Welcome, Derek!



Gravdigr  Thursday Jun 18 11:59 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by dmg1969 View Post
I see a Shmoo...but a Schmoo with arms.
dmg, I thought the exact same thing when I read post #2. Shmoo!!


Happy Monkey  Thursday Jun 18 12:59 PM

It's E.T.



JeffnMelissa  Thursday Jun 18 04:51 PM

Pretty cool photos! I was completely intrigued when i saw this to get some more pictures from it... unfortunately i came across this:

ASA Airlines flight 5533, a Bombardier CRJ-200, experienced a cockpit fire on the ground shortly after external power was applied to the airplane in preparation for flight. The captain and one flight attendant evacuated the airplane via an airstair without injuries. They were the only individuals on the airplane at the time. The fire department extinguished the fire after it had burned an approximate 18 inch hole through the left upper cockpit crown skin. The flight, intended to be conducted as Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 121 scheduled service, was to be flown from Tallahassee Regional Airport (TLH), Tallahassee, Florida, to Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), Atlanta, Georgia.

It happened on Sunday March 1, 2009.

Bummer... would have been a pretty cool lighting strike. Anyone have some marshmellows to roast?



classicman  Thursday Jun 18 10:52 PM

psst - see post #3



xoxoxoBruce  Thursday Jun 18 11:26 PM

Aha, thanks Spuck and JeffnMelissa.
I can always count on readers to get the right poop.



tombstone  Friday Jun 19 02:36 PM

My daughter is a pilot for Delta Connections. She flies an Embraer ERJ 145--the "Brazillian Princess". Her plane was struck by lightening once, in flight, leaving a small ding in the airplane. No great damage, but rather stressful! I'm relieved that this happened on the ground with no injuries to people.



Clodfobble  Friday Jun 19 11:15 PM

Interesting. I've never in my life heard of a female commercial pilot (if for no other reason than a large number of commercial pilots are ex-military.) When did she decide on that as a career path?



xoxoxoBruce  Saturday Jun 20 01:05 AM

There's a lot of female pilots in the military. There are 23 on the Blue Angels team, and Maj. Nicole Malachowski holds a position on the USAF Thunderbirds team. Remember the IOtD of the all female C-17 or C130 crew in Iraq? It would only be natural for these women to move to commercial aviation.



lumberjim  Saturday Jun 20 06:39 AM

You know where a female Pilot sits, right?









in the cuntpit



Clodfobble  Saturday Jun 20 09:29 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce
There's a lot of female pilots in the military.
Oh sure, there are certainly some. But I think there are fewer female-pilots-to-male-pilots than there are female-military-to-male-military overall, because women still can't go into "combat," and that's a lot of what the planes do. But my cousin's wife flew planes for the Navy, I certainly know it's possible. Then again, she also wanted nothing to do with commercial flying after she got out.


lumberjim  Saturday Jun 20 10:54 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Happy Monkey View Post
It's E.T.

not ET.....but there was a cartoon show/movie of some kind that had an alien that was shaped that way. it was glowing green, and making a moaning sound......

dammit....what the hell was that!? it had like....sad eyes, and it's mouth was open in an O shape.....


Trilby  Saturday Jun 20 11:07 AM

that's from the Simpson's episode where Scully and Mulder go to Springfield to see the glowing green "alien" which turns out to be Mr. Burns after his death-cheating treatments every week.

He'd get a vocal chord scraping, drops in his eyes and a shot of morphine, go floating thru the woods saying, "I bring you love,"

remember?



Clodfobble  Saturday Jun 20 11:08 AM

Princess Mononoke



Trilby  Saturday Jun 20 11:38 AM

if you go to the Wikipedia page of The Springfield Files (episode name) you'll scroll down and see a pic of the glowing green Mr. Burns...I don't know how to put it up here. Just look and see if it's the one.



Trilby  Saturday Jun 20 11:41 AM

aliensimpsons.png



kerosene  Saturday Jun 20 12:06 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Clodfobble View Post
Princess Mononoke
Aaack! Here come the nightmares again.


Undertoad  Saturday Jun 20 12:16 PM



and later




lumberjim  Saturday Jun 20 12:17 PM

eta: Brianna! yes! thanks!
UT~ YES!

i searched simpsons too.....kept getting that 3 eyed thing with the tentacles and the fangs.



lumberjim  Saturday Jun 20 12:19 PM

I guess it's not really the same shape.....but that's what i was reminded of anyway.

~ i haz closure



mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, closure

(i did that to piss monster off)



spudcon  Saturday Jun 20 12:27 PM

I'm still waiting to hear where a female pilot sits.
Post #17



lumberjim  Saturday Jun 20 12:28 PM

look again, and hit CRTL-A



Trilby  Saturday Jun 20 12:51 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by lumberjim View Post
.....kept getting that 3 eyed thing with the tentacles and the fangs.
Kang and Kodos?


jinx  Saturday Jun 20 12:55 PM

Don't blame me - I voted for Konos.



lumberjim  Saturday Jun 20 01:03 PM



yes....clearly my memory is just a mish mash of swirling crap that has become so entangled with itself that I've combined the 3 eyed fish with the ONE eyed fanged aliens.

I blame it on lack o weed



Trilby  Saturday Jun 20 01:12 PM

'sokay.

I have two areas of expertise: the Simpson's and Monsters/Witches.

I'm sure I'll go far in life.



spudcon  Saturday Jun 20 09:10 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by lumberjim View Post
look again, and hit CRTL-A
Ohhhh. Yeah, Makes sense.


lumberjim  Saturday Jun 20 09:39 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by spudcon View Post
Ohhhh. Yeah, Makes sense.
cool...

now go look at it and hit [alt & F4]


busterb  Saturday Jun 20 10:22 PM

Continual (sp) had female co-pilots as far back as the 80s I flew from NO. to Denver on a flight.



spudcon  Monday Jun 22 09:12 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by lumberjim View Post
cool...

now go look at it and hit [alt & F4]
Cool. I've never seen a closeup of Mother Theresa naked before.


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