re: Business AVflash Volume 2, Issue 4 -- February 25, 2004.
You referred to "East Overshoe, Wyoming" in your articleabout the TSA. East Overshoe is in Connecticut. The town you're thinking of is Medicine Breath, Wyoming.
Approach: November XXXX say again type.
NXXXX: We're a Beech 19. You know, the little one.
Approach: Roger. So what you're saying is you're a little son of a Beech.
Tower: ABC, cleared for takeoff. Caution for a rabbit at the far end of the runway.
ABC: Roger rabbit...
Tower: Cessna XXX cleared to land 20.
Cessna: Cleared to land 20.
Tower: Cessna XXX can you land and hold short 31-13.
Cessna: You bethca.
Tower: XXX is that a roger.
Cessna: ...Roger. Land and hold short 31-13.
Skyhawk: Baron in sight.
a little later...
Tower: Skyhawk you're 10 knots faster than the Baron. Slow down.
Skyhawk: Yeeha!!! (Followed by hysterical laughter.)
Tower: Right... Not something you hear every day.
Approach: Your wish is my command...
Carrier 1234: Approach, got time for another wish?
Approach: Nope, you used up your wish.
Carrier 1234: I don't get three?
Approach: Carrier 1234, did you say Boston, or Austin?
Carrier 1234: ...I'll take that as a "No."
Tower: Skyhawk XXXXX, be advised there are 10,000 seagulls near the approach of runway 15.
Skyhawk: Roger. Is that an official count?
Tower: Just a quick count.
Tower: Skyhawk XXXXX, be advised there are 10,435 seagulls near the approach of runway 15 ... and you're cleared for the option.
ATC: NABCD, after departure turn left heading 175 climb and maintain at or below 4,000, departure 125.9 and squawk XXXX.
Pilot: Any chance of a higher inital altitude?
ATC: We give you 4,000 in case of lost com.
Pilot: I know thats why I want higher.
"... on initial contact advise you have Ellington information Rudolph."
"A moment of silence everyone, for today we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the tow plane."