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(LiveLeak)   It's not often you hear an ATC at a major airport sound nervous on the radio. That is, unless he's been patched in to the passengers of an inbound flight, and is proposing to his girlfriend   (liveleak.com) divider line 26
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2011-02-25 05:01:01 PM
Only in Canada.
 
2011-02-25 05:14:01 PM
Sappy or not, something about that sounds illegal..
 
2011-02-25 05:31:57 PM
Pushing Tin was the worst movie ever.
 
2011-02-25 08:33:12 PM
That was awesome... so cool.
 
2011-02-25 09:17:29 PM
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2011-02-25 10:27:03 PM
"I'll meet her at the luggage area" haha...

Seriously though, nicely done Mr. ATC.
 
2011-02-25 11:05:28 PM
Good job by the pilot.. You could bring her up here, orrrrrrrrr you could announce it over the entire airplane (and give her a much more interesting story to tell.)
 
2011-02-25 11:51:05 PM
Meanwhile...
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2011-02-26 12:14:24 AM

Cuchulane: Meanwhile...


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2011-02-26 12:20:40 AM
Ah that was nice. But you know the passengers were shiatting their pants the first 10 seconds or so thinking that there was some kind of horrible malfunction with the plane.
 
2011-02-26 12:32:07 AM

Cuchulane: Meanwhile...


...two aircraft with a vertical separation of 2,000 feet or more crossed paths? How exciting!
 
2011-02-26 12:44:21 AM
Sorry, eh, but TSA got to the honeymoon ahead of ya,.....
 
2011-02-26 02:09:56 AM
Why would you drop the normal phonetic alphabet for her seat number?

"25C" "28D?" "25C" "24B?" is how I would expect it to go unless the reception was sharp. Two-five Charlie would have been more appropriate.
 
2011-02-26 02:41:09 AM
Hope she said yes.

Hate to think what might have happened if she said no.

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2011-02-26 02:50:13 AM

desertmouse: Ah that was nice. But you know the passengers were shiatting their pants the first 10 seconds or so thinking that there was some kind of horrible malfunction with the plane.


Except from the sound of it, it seemed like the plane had already landed and was taxiing to the gate.
 
2011-02-26 03:07:04 AM

enad58: Good job by the pilot.. You could bring her up here, orrrrrrrrr you could announce it over the entire airplane (and give her a much more interesting story to tell.)


Yes, but the whole thing was kind of farked up anyway. What else could she say? What if she wasn't serious about the guy? What if she had been planning to dump him that night? With the whole plane cheering her on, there was no doubt some undue pressure.

It's sort of attention whoring, like taking her to a basketball game and getting them to put your proposal on the Jumbotron. At least in that scenario you can actually get on one knee and look her in the eye.

Are there no more romantic places where couples can be alone and actually share the entire moment?

Will the other passengers be invited to the wedding? Even that fat smelly lecherous drunken bedbug-infested slob who had been hitting on her the whole flight while hogging the armrest? How friggin' romantic could that be?
 
2011-02-26 07:17:41 AM

GruntledWorker: desertmouse: Ah that was nice. But you know the passengers were shiatting their pants the first 10 seconds or so thinking that there was some kind of horrible malfunction with the plane.

Except from the sound of it, it seemed like the plane had already landed and was taxiing to the gate.


and on a different frequency.
 
2011-02-26 07:51:05 AM
If I were King of the world, I'd make public marriage proposals a crime. Not jaywalking criminality, where one merely pays a ticket, but a crime where the offender's urethra is raped with a salt-cured splintered 2x4.

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2011-02-26 08:00:25 AM
Didn't expect that from a liveleak link.

Thanks Subby.
 
2011-02-26 08:52:06 AM

Thunderboy: Cuchulane: Meanwhile...

...two aircraft with a vertical separation of 2,000 feet or more crossed paths? How exciting!


Dude, bad news. You're a moron.
 
2011-02-26 09:17:31 AM

Cuchulane: Thunderboy: Cuchulane: Meanwhile...

...two aircraft with a vertical separation of 2,000 feet or more crossed paths? How exciting!

Dude, bad news. You're a moron.


Since they were on the ground they probably passed a lot closer.
 
2011-02-26 09:25:04 AM
I HATE hearing ATC at any airport.


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2011-02-26 12:58:58 PM

Cuchulane: Thunderboy: Cuchulane: Meanwhile...

...two aircraft with a vertical separation of 2,000 feet or more crossed paths? How exciting!

Dude, bad news. You're a moron.


Well, I'm not smart enough to pay a monthly fee for 600 pixels. You've got me there.
 
2011-02-26 01:44:31 PM
If a girl is actually surprised you are asking her to marry you only means you guys aren't communicating well.

/Dr. Rich out.
 
2011-02-27 12:59:20 AM
He's not inbound, the plane is already on the ground.
 
2011-02-28 04:29:22 PM

Happy Hours: Are there no more romantic places where couples can be alone and actually share the entire moment?


I proposed at the top of a Mayan pyramid in the middle of the jungle. I pretended like I was really, really interested in the view waiting for the handful of people left to make their way back down before I proposed.

/It was a nice view
 
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