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Harrison Ford in Near Miss with 737 at John Wayne

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Bad enough that he landed on a taxiway but the fact that he went over a passenger airliner would lead me to believe he'll be riding in the back of the plane for the foreseeable future.

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Didn't he crash in his plane some time ago? Maybe it's time he realize he's getting to old for this s..t, as a fellow actor said in a movie :-)

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I just love the media reports. The article references a previous accident where he crash landed on a golf course after loosing the engine. An eye witness says how he saved numerous lives by rerouting the plane to crash on the golf course rather than on a group of houses. Yea like most people would aim for the houses and not the nice open golf course when trying to crash land. Self preservation helps a lot in saving lives on the ground. Yet the media have to portray him as a hero. Always makes me cringe to read these reports.

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You notice how he is always alone when flying....just saying :wink:

 

LOL.

 

I bet he could get on Pilot Edge for free. 

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solo, it was a benign joke c'mon... :smile:

 

I swear, one day day they'll make a movie about this old chap, he survives more crash landings than Indiana Jones himself... All puns intended.

Hmm.. I wonder who'll play title character. Really, who could Indiana Jones Indiana Jones.

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All of my friends tell their passengers that if they lose an engine or for any reason have to go in, and it's into tree's or on a playground full of kids that they are less important than the kids and are landing in the trees.

 

 

"Knowing that you can either fly with me or stay here."

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