JonnyBravoII754 karma2013-10-25 19:19:22 UTC
The funniest thing I've ever seen was your reaction to Joan Rivers when you were on The Graham Norton Show. I thought you were going to wet your pants. Great stuff!
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JonnyBravoII684 karma2020-02-07 00:11:11 UTC
I fly on mostly Airbus planes and generally sit towards the front. As we are on final approach, maybe 2-3,000 feet up, I always hear a warning bell of some sort from the cockpit. Wha is that signifying?
JonnyBravoII57 karma2015-04-03 15:18:06 UTC
I honestly had never heard of your show until last year and the very first episode I listened to was with Tim Gunn. The story he told about Vivian Vance and J Edgar Hoover is one of the funniest I've ever heard. That hooked me on WWDTM and it honestly made me see just how multi-talented Mr. Gunn is, a man I admittedly knew almost nothing about previously. Not a question, but just wanted to say thanks and keep up the good work.
JonnyBravoII10 karma2015-01-19 15:50:07 UTC
I use flightradar24.com to watch all of the greater London airports as I find it interesting to watch the paths that the planes will fly to stay out of each other's way.
One thing I've always wondered is that even late at night, when there are maybe 10 total planes in the air across the whole swath of England, why do they still fly the same paths? Why don't they just fly a more direct route and short cut their way to the final approach? Do you always run the same routes for safety purposes?
JonnyBravoII9 karma2019-11-27 00:09:30 UTC
What was the medical emergency with Trump last week?
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