Sphincter pucker factor was high at work tonight.

Sphincter pucker factor was high at work tonight.

This is a discussion on Sphincter pucker factor was high at work tonight. within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; I can't get ito the details because I'm still at work, but MAN! It was a bit sporty at Timmy's work tonight! Stay tuned for ...

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    Sphincter pucker factor was high at work tonight.

    I can't get ito the details because I'm still at work, but MAN! It was a bit sporty at Timmy's work tonight!

    Stay tuned for details from my home PC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swiftyjuan View Post
    So go home already!
    YAH!!! I gotta go to sleep!! Shesh, the nerve of some people.

    Looking fwd to the story.
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    I'll catch up in the AM Timmy. Stay safe!

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    OK I made it home. It was busy at work tonight with planes all over the sky for most of my shift. I had a nasty experience with a C130 who tried his darn hardest to kill himself and two other airplanes tonight. I don't know how to explain the details to you guys but suffice it to say that it was UGLY!

    He came in from behind the tower and I told him to pass left of the tower to the SE of the runways and from there I would sequence him into the landing pattern. Instead he came in to the right of the tower doing 300 knots and buzzed right over the top of a Cessna taking off of one runway and then he tried to break left and cut in front of another airplane taking off from another runway.

    I was watching my traffic in front of me and I turned my head to the left so I could find him with my eyes and get him sequenced. When I looked left he buzzed right by the tower on the opposite side and I nearly crapped my pants because I knew it was about to get ugly. I screamed at him and got him to break back to the right and not cross the path of the second departing aircraft and he finally listened. He started listening again and I was able to restore order to the pandemonium, but it was hectic and I was shaken.

    It reads like a scene out of Top Gun but I assure you it was not pretty or funny. I thought he was going to smack another airplane and fireball. I'm glad they all missed!

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    ETA: I'm reminded every now and then that in this job you really have no control. I can tell a pilot what to do if he wants to live but in the end it's the guy at the controls who really counts. This guy tried really hard to kill himself (and others) tonight and with some skill and a bunch of luck I was able to help prevent any deaths. In the end it comes down to the old adage..:You can lead a horse to water..."
    It is surely true that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink. Nor can you make them grateful for your efforts.

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    Gotta ask, who did the 130 belong to?

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    C130 - military landing at your strip? Or a civvie forest-fighter?

    Sounds like a couple of 'BVD moments' tonight!
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    Sounds like he was trying to earn a violation, actions such as his are a good way to get your ticket pulled whether military or civilian. If military Stan-Eval probably knows him very well and will want to have a little discussion in the morning. Oh by the way 300 knots below 10,000 feet IIRC is a violation unless clearance is approved first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NC Bullseye View Post
    Gotta ask, who did the 130 belong to?
    No comment. If paperwork comes out of this I don't want names or anything like that on the web.

    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    C130 - military

    Sounds like a couple of 'BVD moments' tonight!
    Yes it was. The worst part is that we were still busy all the way until the end of my shift and I was pretty much in the tank. An incident like this really can shake you up and I had about 2.5 hours of work left to get through. I was a nervous Nelly the rest of the night.
    It is surely true that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink. Nor can you make them grateful for your efforts.

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    I hope they got that invite to "contact tower at xxxx when shut down..." ;)
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    Atctimmy, that sounds hair raising. I would have to invest in a package of spare Hanes undershorts and store them in my desk drawer.

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    I don't envy your job, but I am glad there are people like you willing to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azchevy View Post
    I don't envy your job, but I am glad there are people like you willing to do it.
    Amen to that. The jerk probably had watched TOP GUN recently. The real sad part is you'd probably shoulder a lot of the blame if something bad did happen. Keep up the good work, Bud!
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