[Roundup] How The Brains Of Pilots Work Differently Than Everyone Else’s

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  1. The slammertime reminds me of when I had to explain to my fairly intoxicated bf why we couldn’t do sakebombs midway to HND on ANA. That was the upside of spending the day having to work in the lounge before the flight – I wasn’t able to drink, while he did – so I actually remember my flight in The Room 😀

  2. It’s amazing the way kids think this is something new and notable. I was doing this with friends in the upper deck dining room on Pan Am 747s back in the 70s.

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