sandbar67: My guess is that it landed at SpongeBob Int'l Airport.
italie: [www.flixist.com image 618x349]Don't worry, the internet has this one covered bro.
ariseatex: sandbar67: My guess is that it landed at SpongeBob Int'l Airport.Is Bikini Atoll in the possible range, though? I thought that was too far east.
TomD9938: There's a plane missing?
Mark Ratner: sandbar67: My guess is that it landed at SpongeBob Int'l Airport.But we would have seen the breaking news footage on Nickelodeon. Maybe it landed on a sandbar?
SurelyShirley: TomD9938: There's a plane missing?How could that possibly be? Isn't technology like radar, transponders and ACARS etc on the market to find "missing" planes?
mongbiohazard: I'm predicting that "landed" really means "nose-dived into the ocean". Could be a suicide by airplane. Pilots have done that before.
smells_like_meat: TomD9938: There's a plane missing?No. A train is missing. Pay attention.
germ78: And had it landed at any of those 634 runways, subby, we wouldn't be having this thread now, would we?
jigmeoser: Bangor international?
Valiente: I'm sure it will turn out eventually, like on fire transiting the dome of St. Peter's Basilica or someplace.
doofusss: hum 9 days have past, maybe we should have a look inside the pilots househe might have went home
shower_in_my_socks: mongbiohazard: I'm predicting that "landed" really means "nose-dived into the ocean". Could be a suicide by airplane. Pilots have done that before.Why would you turn off the comms and fly for hours and hours off course first when you could just push forward on the controls.
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