Headed To Colombia Any Time Soon?

If so, might we suggest you tell whoever makes your travel arrangements to book you a flight on Colombia’s Aires airline, whose planes are protected by some sort of force field that allows them to struck by lightening, break into three pieces and only have one person (out of 131) die (and not as a direct result of the crash)? [WSJ]

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24 Responses to “Headed To Colombia Any Time Soon?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Where’s Equity Private with her take?

  2. Bike says:

    Not to mention the statistical odds of CA jet going down again is now like one in a million

  3. Dr. Galakowitz says:

    Probably still worth the risk when traveling to Colombias given that your other option is riding a burro with one of those nasty blankets and an industrial sized can of deet.

  4. Anonymous says:

    surviving crash landings on low-budget third-world airlines is the new killing it.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I heard Cornell graduates are to blame for this and were seen at Minetta’s last night killing it while discussing Soviet Russia.

  6. Anonymous says:

    @1 good point. I can’t remember, is EP type rated for the 737?

  7. Bess Levin says:

    @5 I heard you need to stop trying to make the Cornell “jokes” happen. They’ve made up the entirety of your comments today and last Friday. They’re not happening.

  8. NakedShort says:

    @5 uh oh. Here Comes Treble.

  9. Anonymous says:

    I like Cornell. I thought the campus was really nice when I visited, but I am glad I decided to go to UVA though.

  10. Anonymous says:

    @5 is the new Guy from Delaware…go away.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Where are the client’s busted ass planes?

  12. Charlie Sheen says:

    Hey Capt. Sully, Wilson Gutierrez just one upped you pal.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Why does anyone care about Cornell (good or bad)? What’s the deal 5? Pissed that Andy Bernard would not include you in his acapella group?

  14. Anonymous says:

    Any word on what the flight’s data-recording parrot had to say?

  15. Anonymous says:

    The circular logo of “A”s on the tail come from the pilots’ comments during simulator training of a downburst and simultaneous lightnig strike: “A, A!! A…AAA!!! A…AA!!! ……..

    -Guy Trying to Do Verbal Jokes in the Written Form

  16. Anonymous says:

    In Soviet Russia everyone dies in plane crashes.

    Hat tip to @10

  17. Jagson says:

    @15 The flight’s data-recording parrot was served for lunch in the first class cabin 30 minutes before the crash.

  18. guest says:

    There was no lightning strike. Wilson G was just delivering a ton of stuff to the islands when he was told to ditch the cargo, pronto, as the money paid turned out to be dollars, rather than yuan as promised. This was the best he could come up with given only 15 minuted to landing…

  19. Anonymous says:

    I told you a long time ago, you fucking little monkey, not to FUCK ME!

    Alejandro Sosa

  20. Obalmic says:

    Boeing people Boeing!

    Wondering where was Mr Chavez before and during the crash

  21. StillNotNasser says:

    I travel to Colombia a lot, you cock-a-roaches. You neeeed people like me.

  22. Anonymous says:

    @7 cornell jokes are so fetch

  23. Anonymous says:

    I heard a really funny Cornell joke the other day:

    A guy walks into a bar, and Cornell sucks!