Plane Crash Investigation Concludes 'Plane too Close to Ground' 61 replies

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Mr. Matt VIP Member

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An investigation into last week's plane crash has concluded that the Boeing 747 was too close to the ground and this caused a fatal amount of damage. They stated that 'had the plane gone up instead of down it would have been able to avoid the crash'. Their solution to avoid similar tragedies in the future was either to instruct all pilots to remain in the air unless attempting to land the plane, or to move the Earth a few miles away from the planes already in the air. Government ministers are considering hiring a different investigation team, due to their current team consistently living up to their previous record. This is the same investigation team that told the United States government last year that the September 11th tragedy occurred because the World Trade Centres were in the way of the planes. They suggested building skyscrapers in the opposite direction in the future. The President, George W. Bush, agreed with their recommendation but before he could enact the 2003 Skyscraper Reversal legislation the CIA for unknown reasons kicked the investigation team out of the country. The Liberal Democrats have supported the investigation team's conclusions, however, and said that 'moving the Earth just a mile further down would give planes more time to avoid a collision and save many lives'. The Conservatives cited this sort of thinking as the reason they hadn't won an election in almost a century, and then childish tomato fights broke out as Fathers For Justice broke into the chambers wearing nothing but socks on their heads. One amateur plane spotter has come forward suggesting the reason for the plane crash was the fact that its wing had been sheared off in a freak meteor shower that destroyed most of London just before the incident took place. Ministers dismissed the claims as ludicrous while they tried to dig Tony Blair out of his house.




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#2 13 years ago

why is this spam. shouldn't this go into the general discussion or a news forum if their is one




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#3 13 years ago
Hydrogenwhy is this spam should it go inot the general discussion or a news forum if their is one

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#4 13 years ago

he just read the title and saw a lot of words :p

great post, matt.




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#5 13 years ago

A post for the ages!




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#6 13 years ago

That's odd, I read this a year ago.

Darn it, who opened up a rift in the space-time continium again? :smack:




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#7 13 years ago

LOL...i read that first paragraph three times before it occured to me that this may not have been released by CNN... i'm thinkin, well yeah, if the plane goes up, it won't hit the ground...then i read on

i think i was having a brain fart...

nice post matt!




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#8 13 years ago
Ensign Riles Darn it, who opened up a rift in the space-time continium again? :smack:

sorry! i'll fix it, i swear! :(




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#9 13 years ago

Oh, don't worry about it. As long as it was someone intelligent that was playing around with such things, it's okay...




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#10 13 years ago
Mr. Matt Their solution to avoid similar tragedies in the future was either to instruct all pilots to remain in the air unless attempting to land the plane, or to move the Earth a few miles away from the planes already in the air.

Wouldn't moving the earth a couple of miles make it harder for planes on the other side of the planet?