IF you (like I) have ever grimaced and endured the ubiquitous "MUZAK" (aka, 'elevator music') that tends to infest the waking, public world....imagine
how it might sound IF your "world" was limited to a...
Gregorian Monk Chant Realm!! (OK. It does get better...near the end...almost.....)....:
Oh, and rather than make a whole other separate post (because, eh? What a bother?) >chuckle< this is a video I've run across in
the realm of debating (what else??)...."chem"-trails. I just wanted to share because it spoke to me.....these airplanes destined to die (not
all, of course....some are just "resting") LOL!
I was just really impressed by the (I presume, and can be no other) fellow pilot, albeit another airline, who had some good skills at film-making and
editing. Based on the final presentation. Selected for the visuals and the soundtrack chosen....
My (past) experience on the MD-80 series of airliners was piqued....memories, good AND bad....
My astonishment to see a few CAL B-737-300s sitting there. Weird to see those airplanes that are less than twenty years old
(just thought again....OMG!! They are MORE that 25 years old! My, how time flies.....[yes, a pun....Duh!]). Still, gone to their deaths, already
sent to scrap....well. Airframes have time limits ("cycles", actually)....
(Oh....what "spoke to me?", you might ask? Beyond the obvious as stated, was the best summation at the end).
P.S. An "RJ" is a "Regional Jet". IOW....the smaller, more cramped, substitutes for larger (and better paying, for aircrew) jets in the
business....back in the day, the only "enemy" were the turbo-props. Pretty easy to distinguish. Now? Prevalence of these more and more
encroachments....the smaller "RJs". The age-old battles are joined once again....about corporate greed, and employee worth.....dignity and
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