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Thursday, August 24, 2017

FLY AIR FISHDUCKY



TAKE OFF WITH THE TEALS!!!
MERGE WITH THE MALLARDS!!
SOAR WITH THE SCOTERS!!


Our pilots are not your average ducks.
They are thoroughly trained to FAA standards:
There may have been some small mishaps on their way to earning their wings:


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But sometimes even that works out:
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But I assure you they go through rigorous training.
They start very early:






























They learn the newest techniques:
















They learn how to solve problems in midair:





Our planes are always in tip-top condition:
Some students wash out & never earn their wings:

We're thinking of hiring this guy.

We now follow these methods for your safety & comfort (& our profits):





















Please fasten your seat belts & return your companion to their original & upright position----fishducky

 





17 comments:

  1. Rat the Airline Gate Agent is a true story I have never seen in print before. Thank you.

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    1. We feel it's necessary to keep the public informed!!

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  2. "Cheapo Airlines" cartoon reminded me of my first (and only) flight I ever took. I swear I starred at the welded patch on the wing almost the whole flight.
    Lisa

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    1. Are you sure it was a patch job & not part of the original design?

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    2. It looked like a patch to me. I should have taken air-fishducky

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    3. We're thinking of making "I should have taken air-fishducky" our new slogan!!

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  3. I don't think I'll be asking for an in-flight pillow after seeing one of your cartoons.

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  4. Phew, sure glad I gave up flying for life. First and last time the engine blew.

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    1. By first & last, you mean ONE time, right?

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  5. Me too, so glad I don't fly any more. This post just proves me right.

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  6. I'd be like that ducky with a walker! Technology is not my friend. Barely an acquaintance.

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  7. I feel I have a lot in common with the duck who chooses to go back home and hop into bed.

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    1. We need some new pilots; are you available?

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    2. maybe, I'm not afraid of heights. Does the job include hazard pay?

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Your comments make my day, which shows you how boring my life has become.