Saturday, January 10, 2009

Chat Pack Question #3

My favorite:

"If you were an airline pilot and were told to choose any route that you would have to fly for your entire career, what two cities would your flights connect?"



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8 comments:

Bruce Gee said...

I'll stick with Hong Kong and Dublin.

NOT Freddy Jones said...

I'm stayin' with Glasgow and Rio De Janeiro.

Theodore said...

For historical purposes I would go with Bonn and Tel Aviv.

Bruce Gee said...

Tel Aviv, eh? I understand, but would point out that, over time, you'd want practice at taking evasive action, ejecting chaff, and wearing a flak jacket. Otherwise...

I'm waiting for someone to say "Athens and Jerusalem". Then I could ask that famous question.

Lutheran Lucciola said...

Considering I hate jet lag....and I would want to take a route that was a good route, not the city itself....

OK, but cities: San Fran to Rome.

Boring. I got nothing.

Bruce Gee said...

Hey, San Fran to Rome isn't bad. And it tells me you love the city in which you live, which is pretty cool. I love Rome; would choose it for its history and art alone.

You got something, Luci!

Dan @ Necessary Roughness said...

I'm going to overthink this, I'm sure.

Dubai would be a fun city to watch as it develops, but the trans-ocean legs would be BORING.

Sydney, with the same pluses and minuses as Dubai.

Chicago is actually quite beautiful on approach over Lake Michigan, like pre-Cylon New Caprica, but only on those days of the year where there are no clouds and no wind.

Kansas City (my original home town) to Las Vegas. :)

Evan said...

Simple. Chicago to Hong Kong. "My" big city and the most international city in the world.