madcaplarks355 karma2017-04-11 17:43:32 UTC
Tried to read everything so far, but my main curiosity is what is it worth now?
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madcaplarks220 karma2017-05-21 17:39:03 UTC
At what level of turbulence is a little nervousness justified?
I've flown a lot, but since a couple of particularly bumpy flights I've found myself pumping with adrenaline and paying attention to every tiny bump and noise.
I stare at the altitude display and direction and monitor every adjustment, if the pilot suddenly raises or lowers the altitude I start to think something must be bad enough to warrant it. I know I'm being a dumb dumb, but it doesn't stop my heart racing and the feelings of dread.
So, next time when I feel the bumps, hear the seatbelt sign bing, notice the changes of course or altitude changes, what do I need to know?
madcaplarks211 karma2014-04-26 04:08:36 UTC
Yeah op. Just dust the handle for prints. Head down to your local bag of dust and tiny brush warehouse if you dont have your own already. Tell them Jimmie sent you and he wants his coochie back. They'll know what it means.
madcaplarks165 karma2017-05-21 18:49:24 UTC
Well if ever someone on my next flight starts saying "one fifty four" I'm gonna brick it.
But just messing, that is really cool to see. I've always worried most about losing an engine or a storm, but I know both of those are quite well handled too.
madcaplarks87 karma2015-03-30 05:24:25 UTC
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