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Bob Lenahan
10th Aug 2011, 19:41
http://i51.tinypic.com/v5z4ab.jpg

sitigeltfel
10th Aug 2011, 19:58
http://i231.photobucket.com/albums/ee201/sitigeltfel/Standardbrief.jpg

exeng
10th Aug 2011, 20:41
Standard briefing I gather if you lived in Arizona and flew the late/great L1011.


Regards
Exeng

Desert Dingo
10th Aug 2011, 20:54
...... and don't touch nothing.
OK. Is it anything in particular you are asking me to touch? :E

What's that again about being divided by a common language?

Flash2001
10th Aug 2011, 21:30
Shouldn't it have been: Don't never touch nothing?

BrATCO
10th Aug 2011, 21:56
Double negations don't never ever do anything wrong to nothing, do they ?
(I mean... From a CRM point of view.)

MagnusP
11th Aug 2011, 07:42
And, of course, two positives don't make a negative. Aye, right. ;)

BrATCO
11th Aug 2011, 09:48
I guess that's why pilots have to be good mathematicians : to calculate very quickly the positive or negative value of an answer.

Errm... what does "NO !.. NO ! NO !... NO, NO, NO, NO, NO !" mean ?
Do we have to actually add the negatives, or multiply them ? :confused:

Hydromet
11th Aug 2011, 11:35
Errm... what does "NO !.. NO ! NO !... NO, NO, NO, NO, NO !" mean ?
Do we have to actually add the negatives, or multiply them ?
Yes, Yes, Yes.

MagnusP
11th Aug 2011, 11:53
Yes, Yes, Yes.

I'll have what she's having. :p

BrATCO
11th Aug 2011, 13:30
Yes, Yes, Yes.

That's three "Yes"...
I assume this should not be understood as only two "Yes".

In a hotel, if she says "Oui, Oui !" (only twice) you'd better understand that's a negative refusal.
Otherwise, you're in big trouble...

Lon More
11th Aug 2011, 13:49
Otherwise, you're in big trouble... or heading for a golden shower

ehwatezedoing
11th Aug 2011, 15:10
I'll have what she's having. :p
I hope you are a woman and not some dude in jail trying to pick up his soap on the floor :E

BrATCO
11th Aug 2011, 15:57
Asked Missus what she means when she says "Yes, Yes,..." and "No, No,...", depending on the number of times she repeats them.
She's really good at maths, so I thought she could help us.

Her reply was : "You perfectly know what it means !"
So, I thought I could explain....
Then she added : "Stop asking these silly questions, it's more than about time you grow a bit !" :uhoh:

BrATCO
11th Aug 2011, 23:49
So I told her : "Why do you want me to grow ? I'm already 1.9m (6', 4 or 5'') tall, I don't think there's anything undersized in me !"

"No, No..." she said.

airborne_artist
12th Aug 2011, 07:33
I'm already 1.9m (6', 4 or 5'')

Boasting again, are we? 1.9m = 6' 2 4/5" ;)

MagnusP
12th Aug 2011, 07:48
ehwatezedoing: I did consider the wisdom of my post, but couldn't resist the chance of a Harry/Sally cheap shot! :ok:

OFSO
12th Aug 2011, 09:50
in jail trying to pick up his soap on the floor

I believe there is a technique for doing this without provoking one's prettier associates, sorry STRONGER associates. Perhaps some more experienced member of the JB team could enlighten us, just in case we ever need to know ?

BrATCO
12th Aug 2011, 09:54
Boasting again, are we?

You're right, airborne_artist... don't know where these suplementary inches come from....
I don't know where they don't come from either. ;)


(In fact, that's not my real size, even in metres, but I don't want no-one to know.)