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The end of air travel

I am delighted to announce that there will be no further air travel and that all aircraft will be decommissioned and used for other more socially beneficial purposes. The story I quote to day give just one example of how these death traps of the sky can be put to good safe use.

The safe way to use an aircraft, as a class room.
The safe way to use an aircraft, as a class room.
Back a bit, back a bit. The plane is edged gingerly past the glass windows of the school
Back a bit, back a bit. The plane is edged gingerly past the glass windows of the school

Head teacher David Lawrence said the plane will be fitted with its wings and kitted out with whiteboards, desks and laptops to make it a ‘user-friendly learning space’ for a class of 30 pupils.

Of course this decision will be something of an inconvenience for those who will become unemployed as a result But the leaders of the G20 (who are responsible for the decision) have released a statement to the effect that  that the reality of climate change has made this decision absolutely imperative.

Well how about that ? An end to air travel and politicians being honest for once.
Cheers Comrades
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14 Comments

  1. Trevor says:

    Politicians being honest, not before the fiery lake below us freezes over and cats and dogs live together peacefully!

  2. David Davidson says:

    There’s the classic photo, from the Australasian Post magazine, from many years ago, where someone had turned a DC-3 into a “camper from hell”.
    Did a great job too ! Only down side, was that it got about 3 miles to the gallon. Oops !
    Not very PC these days I guess ?
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  3. Trevor says:

    None of this generation of Greenies and Climate change goons would even know what a mile or gallon was David!

    (unless they are from the UK or USA I guess ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

  4. Iain Hall says:

    Well Trevor real people understand that distances are measured in miles and fuel is measured in gallons ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. David Davidson says:

    Those were the “classic days” when everyone’s outlook was :

    “Who the hell cares ?”

    I remember, I worked in a servo, after school. Metric had just come in, and petrol was, ……. wait for it……

    11.6 cents a litre ! Used to cost me four bucks to fill my car !
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  6. Iain Hall says:

    A yes, I remember those days as well ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. PKD says:

    End of all air travel hey Iain?

    Well I guess i have to admit – that IS a funnier April fools line than your April fool last year of David Hicks being found dead after committing suicide…

  8. Iain Hall says:

    But the Hicks post got more hits PKD…. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  9. Trevor says:

    If only Hick’s did do that. It would have saved taxpayers a stack of cash and not given agitators a poster boy. Is there a link to the Hick’s post?

  10. Iain Hall says:

    Have a look here Trevor
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  11. Trevor says:

    Not bad. Not bad at all. Pity the others in the thread don’t have a sense of humour ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. Iain Hall says:

    I think that their rancour is all about being taken in and resenting it

  13. PKD says:

    Well with that haircut, Trevor certainly can’t be accused of lacking a sense of humour!

  14. Trevor says:

    I’m pretty lucky to have a full head of hair at my age PKD;)

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