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Back in the mid-'80s, Piedmont Airlines began flying out of Worcester airport (ORH) in Massachusetts to Baltimore/Washington International airport (BWI). A flight crew requested their IFR clearance, and I dutifully rattled it off to them in typical New England air traffic control fashion. As I concluded, the response I received in a thick Southern drawl was priceless:

Airplane 1234:
"Woostasure clearance do yuh hear how fayust I'muh tawkin'? Well, that's how fayust I listen. You wanna run that by me one moe tawm ?"

Dave Khanoyan
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