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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: aviation joke


Thread: aviation joke

Message: aviation joke

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From: "Dr. Guenther Eichhorn" <gei at>

Date: Tue, 30 Jul 1996 16:54:35 UTC


I thought this one is not bad.



The Proper Attitude

The Airline Transport Pilot leaps tall buildings in a single bound. Is
more powerful than a speeding bullet, walks on water, and discusses
policy with God.

The multiengined pilot leaps short buildings in a single bound. Is
more powerful than a 707, is just an fast as a speeding bullet. Walks
on water if it's calm, and talk to God

The Instrument Pilot leaps short buildings with a running start and
favorable wind conditions. Is almost as powerful as a Learjet. Nearly
as fast as a speeding bullet.  Walks on water on an indoor pool. And
talks to God if special request is approved.

The Commercial Pilot leaves high marks when attempting to leap short
buildings. Loses a tug of war with a twin engine aircraft, can fire a
speeding bullet, swims well and is occasionally addressed by God.

The Private Pilot barely clears a camping tent, is run over by a
single engine aircraft, sometimes recognizes a speeding bullet, can
dog paddle, and talks to animals.

The soled student pilot runs into buildings, recognizes a Cessna 172
two out of three times, has never seen a speeding bullet, can stay
afloat if properly instructed, and talks to water.

The non-soloed pilot falls over door sills when trying to enter
buildings, says "look at the airplanes", wets himself with a water
pistol, and mumbles to himself.

The Mechanic lifts buildings and walks under them, kicks airplanes out
of hangers, catches speeding bullets with his teeth and chews them,
and frezzes water with a single glance.  The Mechanic is God.


© Dr. Günther Eichhorn
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