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Friday, 23 October 2009

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Bruce and Dirk at last years costume party

The airline is a-buzz with the news that a Wednesday evening flight overshot it's destination when the two pilots became "distracted".

Pilots Bruce Hardman and Dirk Hungston have insisted that they did not hear any radio or phone calls, as they were having a heated discussion about airline policy. Investigators are still looking into this.

Insiders say they already know what happened. That the "policy" involves Nambla's controversial "don't ask, don't tell" policy that pair homosexual pilots with each other, so as to foster a closer sense of camaraderie. For PR reasons, they do not wish this admitted, hence the military style deniability.

Flight Attendent Bambi Buxom said, "Debating airline policy? Hmmm...now how did Dirk debate back with his mouth full?"

Passengers are outraged, and want answers as to how the airport could have gone by unnoticed. While the plane travels at 7 miles per minute, that still means 21 plus minutes of "distraction".

"Don't tell me they were getting off together that long.", said passenger Mike Seaver. "Hell, I don't spend twenty minutes on my wife! Next time the pilot just needs to get in and out of the co-pilot fast, and get back to what they're paid to do."

Nambla Airlines spokesperson Phil Ashio said that they had no comment on the matter at this time.

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