Friday Wisdom – Airplanes

Always keep your number of takeoffs equal to your number of landings.

A good landing is anyone you can walk away from.Β  A great landing is when they can use the plane again.

The only time you have too much fuel is when you’re on fire.

The two most useless things to a pilot: The sky above you and 30 seconds ago.

A pilot’s favorite day is Flyday.

Just remember that the silver lining you see in that cloud, could be another airplane flying right at you.

Two wrongs don’t might a right, but two wings make an airplane.

I wanted to buy an airplane, but they told me I couldn’t keep the hanger.

About Andrew Reynolds

Born in California Did the school thing studying electronics, computers, release engineering and literary criticism. I worked in the high tech world doing software release engineering. Then I got prostate cancer. Now I am a blogger and work in my wood shop doing scroll saw work and marquetry.
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17 Responses to Friday Wisdom – Airplanes

  1. Will you be there all week (1 show a day with 2 shows on Friday & Saturday?)

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  2. The problem with landings is that there always is one, whether the plane is flying or falling…

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  3. cheriewhite says:

    Great post! Very well-written!

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  4. Christi says:

    Keep the number of landings the same as the takeoffs — that’s great advice right there. Though I hope you’re not planning on getting a plane. Best master the sewing machine first.

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  5. Lot of really good ones in here.

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  6. As one who just finished a plane trip, I was able to check off a few of your helpful advices.

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  7. wolfsrosebud says:

    My daughter-in-law is in the air force… I’m sure tip her wings to this.

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  8. Relax... says:

    Ah ha ha! 😊

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