Sunday, December 28, 2014

Allah's Greatest Gift to Tony Fernandes craziness and sexuality is unleashed before the purity of All Saints Day

It is not necessary if airline is owned by Muslims, pilots are also supposed to be Muslims. Almost all airlines in Gulf are owned by Muslims and pilots are American, and if a flight is hit with a missile not much pilot can do about that everywhere Indian shitholes like AirAsia group CEO Tony Fernandes with inferiority complex of toilets appear there

When all horror, craziness and sexuality is unleashed before the purity of All Saints Day ( 01st November). But there’s more than horror that’ turned me on’ in all those slasher flicks. The mandatory shower/ bathtub/ ‘make-out’ scene. Pardon my hormones, but I loved all horror – simply for the ‘pleasure’ I got. And most of the youngsters will agree with me. But the real reason horror movies work isn’t the horror part. It’s the ‘sex’ thrown in. And this is the ‘horrific’ truth!

Joint search effort
What is the protocol when a flight crew asks for an "unusual route"? I was married to an airline captain and I went through flight training and aviation school with him. You don't just request an "unusual route" out of the blue The plane was probably rerouted to fly over Ukraine.

Singapore Civil Aviation Authority said Singapore air force and navy had joined the search effort with two C-130 planes.
"It is more than likely that the plane has gone down, seeing that with a relatively short flight of 2.5 hours, four hours endurance is the likely amount of fuel it had on board," Ron Bartsch, a Sydney-based aviation consultant, told Al Jazeera.
"It is very early in the situation and obviously a very grave situation at this stage," he added.

Flightradar24, a flight tracking website, said the plane was delivered in September 2008, which would make it six years old.

It said the plane was flying at 32,000 feet, the regular cruising altitude for most jetliners, when the signal from the plane was lost.

The incident comes at the end of a disastrous year for Malaysia's airlines.

National carrier Malaysia Airlines lost two aircraft this year.

Its Flight MH370 went missing on March 8 on a trip from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 passengers and crew on board.

On July 17, Flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine, killing all 298 people on board.

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