Scene: Student And Instructor Are On A Dual, Night Cross Country.
Scene: Student and instructor are on a dual, night cross country.
Instructor: Turns down the panel lights, "OK, you've just lost your
lights, what are you going to do?"
Student pulls out a flashlight.
Student: "I get out my flashlight."
Instructor grabs flashlight.
Instructor: "The batteries are dead, now what are you going to do?"
Student pulls out another flashlight.
Student: "I get out my other flashlight."
Instructor grabs next flashlight.
Instructor: "The bulb is burned out on this one, now what?"
Student pulls out yet a third flashlight.
Student: "I use this flashlight."
Instructor grabs this one too.
Instructor: "ALL your flashlights are dead. Now what?"
Student: "I use this glow stick."
Instructor: "Sighhhhhh, just fly the plane without any lights, OK?"
A student was having difficulty with his landings. Seems like he would bounce it in every time.
However, on the first night lesson, the student greased in all of his landings....
You've got the whitest teeth I've ever come across.
.... %end of list------------- Female to guy: Hi, you look like a real wanker....
Proof By Intimidation ----- -- ------------ A Horse has an infinite number of legs.
A horse has two legs in back and forelegs in front....
A flashlight is a case for holding dead batteries.
Bring a musical instrument with you, play various tunes.
If you are asked to stop, say "it helps me think." Bring a copy of the Student Handbook with you, challenging the instructor to find the section on musical instruments during finals....
Walk into the exam with an entourage. Claim you are going to be taping your next video during the exam.
Try to get the instructor to let them stay, be persuasive....
After you get the exam, call the instructor over, point to any question, ask for the answer.
Try to work it out of him/her....
A man was very shy, and couldn't speak to more than two people at a time without getting nervous.
His boss and wife both suggested that he take an Andrew Carnegie course....
I was transitioning through the Lawrence (LWM) area the other day
when I heard a new-sounding student call up, inbound for a landing, with his instructor sitting next to him, shouting prompts in the background over the engine noise....