“JetBlue 171, contact departure,” the unidentified child told one flight.
“Over to departure, JetBlue 171, awesome job,” a pilot said in response. Then a man’s voice is heard: “That’s what you get, guys, when the kids are out of school.”
If i was flying an aircraft coming in or out of JFK and a child’s voice came over from the control tower, i think i would be a little worried.
An air traffic controller at New York’s JFK airport has been suspended from work after allowing a child to direct flights in and out of one the world’s busiest airports. The incident took place on February 17 and an investigation has been opened. The child is also recorded saying “Adios, Amigo” to a Mexican pilot leaving the airport.
Accidents can happen with traffic in the air by different planes, maintenance problems, weather etc…. and now children taking over air traffic control….
After the blizzard that hit the states a few days ago, a few guys took their snowboarding kit and headed for the streets. They were even followed by a car from the fire department.
When I first saw the title of this article I got angry, first because I was thinking that is giving birth to a child in Kuwait that bad? second why did Kuwait got singled out for comparison for such a topic? do they still think that women here give birth in tents in the middle of the desert?
It seems that Mr. Robert Dominguez is just an idiot, he just made the title sound bad, he thought that California should have a much higher ranking than Kuwait (warzone) and Bosnia (another warzone) it just sounds cool. but in reality its a different story. As I did some research *cough* Google *cough* I found out that Kuwait is one of the safest places to give birth in since it has one of the lowest Maternal mortality ratios in the world.
Kuwait is safer than a lot of countries like: United Kingdom, United States, Germany, Norway, Finland, Italy…… and the list goes on.
So for all of the women that are planning to have their babies abroad saying that the hospitals in Kuwait are crap, relax you’re fine Enshalla :)
The end has finally dawned, and GulfRun 5 at the Bahrain International Circuit was over. I think everyone who participated or went to the event enjoyed it, as there was all out safe action and surprises down the way. Last night was the closing ceremony in Lenotre, and GulfRun with their sponsors, handed out the timings of all the drivers and events and their awards.
For the Street Category :
1. BMW M5
2. Lexus ISF
3. Audi RS4
For the Super Category :
1. Porsche Turbo
2. Mitsubishi Evo-X
3. Honda S2000
For the Unlimited Category :
1. Porsche Turbo
2. Porsche Turbo 99
Continue below for all the times and more pictures.
Yesterday we passed by Info Connect at the International Fair Ground to see what’s new. We weren’t expecting much from there except for some new DSL prices but we still had to wonder around checking stuff out before ManU/Arsenal – Egypt/Ghana games.
To our amazement we found a cleaning solution in an Tech/IT expo.
we ended up buying 3 of this AMAZING Kleaner :/
Also when walking around we noticed an unreleased Android mobile device on display in a protected glass case.
Yes it is the SonyEricsson’s upcoming X10. it will be the company’s first android device that should be available as early as next month.
Zidaneoo was also looking for a new laptop. So, we had a quick look around and saw an i7 and an i5 HP laptops that had a very good price. cant remember the exact pricing and specs. but I should have the up soon.
We took our time there wich made us miss both game’s kick-off. and when we got to Showtime’s booth i saw this.
Of course they were watching the Egypt game.
And when it was time to leave, it was raining and we were greeted with a lightnings show.
So, not much to say about the Expo. With the exception of semi-good ADSL prices.
Yesterday was the third and final day of the GulfRun. The whole day was drag racing only. The disappointing thing is that not all the cars participated in the event, but it was still a lot of un. Took some cool pictures.
All good things must come to an end. Thank you GulfRun you were wonderful.
T.Pain took me for a 5 min drive in the Caterham today here at the Bahrain GP Circuit. The car is amazing in cornering and has great acceleration, I really loved it.