Leezyjet
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Lazy Journalist's Plane Story Generator

Fri Sep 30, 2005 2:10 am

Just found this whilst browsing another site.

http://radans.net/jens/planestory.html

What a hoot. Would be cool if it could be made more global though rather than just Australian specific.

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RE: Lazy Journalist's Plane Story Generator

Fri Sep 30, 2005 2:19 am

Bits Fall Off Plane


Tasmanian passengers told of their scared panicked dread aboard a Perth bound Virgin Blue flight which was enforced to return to Darwin yesterday due to explosive decompression.

Some passengers were wounded that the 309 passengers were told few details of the unpleasant incident.

They said the plane 'Cracked in half like a boiled egg that was left in the water too long' before turning around.

As a precaution, fire trucks were on standby when the Tupolev A340 landed.

Passenger we can't show you his name, but he is a very scared man last night was still recovering from the ordeal.

'It's a good thing I was wearing the brown underwear', the passenger said.
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RE: Lazy Journalist's Plane Story Generator

Fri Sep 30, 2005 2:39 am

Flight from Hell

Sydney passengers told of their terrible dreadful fear aboard a Adelaide bound Qantas flight which was advised it was in the best interests of the plane to return to Canberra yesterday due to toilets smelling bad.

Some passengers were bothered that the 196 passengers were told few details of the catastrophe.

They said the plane 'Turned on it's side and flopped like a fish out of water' before turning around.

As a precaution, fire trucks were on standby when the Boeing 747 landed.

Passenger we can't show you his name, but he is a very scared man last night was still recovering from the ordeal.

'It's a good thing I was wearing the brown underwear', the passenger said.
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RE: Lazy Journalist's Plane Story Generator

Fri Sep 30, 2005 2:50 am

Australian passengers told of their terrific horror aboard a Melbourne bound Virgin Blue flight which was required to return to Sydney yesterday due to toilets smelling bad.

Some passengers were distraught that the 36 passengers were told few details of the catastrophe.

They said the plane 'Dropped like a stone and leaned over to the left' before turning around.

As a precaution, fire trucks were on standby when the Boeing 737 landed.

Passenger Bruce Goatman last night was still recovering from the ordeal.

'The hostess shoved me out of the plane. I landed right on the concrete', the passenger said.
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RE: Lazy Journalist's Plane Story Generator

Fri Sep 30, 2005 3:06 am

Three stories so far and only one has mixed-and-matched make and model. This is highly disappointing.
 
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RE: Lazy Journalist's Plane Story Generator

Fri Sep 30, 2005 3:21 am

Actually, Tupolev did make the A340 for three months back in 1987, but the program was not a success. Later, attempts failed to sell the aircraft to Western European airlines after the Iron Curtain fell because of the claim that the plane was a direct rip-off from an Airbus model that had not yet been designed.

Also the plane had a tendency to "crack in half like a boiled egg," which sometimes made the toilets smell bad.

[Edited 2005-09-29 20:35:51]
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RE: Lazy Journalist's Plane Story Generator

Fri Sep 30, 2005 4:06 am

Flight Goes Horribly Wrong


Foreign passengers told of their terror aboard a Melbourne bound Qantas flight which was obliged to return to Sydney yesterday due to a medical emergency.

Some passengers were devastated that the 943 passengers were told few details of the calamity.

They said the plane 'Seemed normal, but everyone knew it was posessed by the Devil' before turning around.

As a precaution, fire trucks were on standby when the Airbus 747 landed.

Passenger Bruce Goatman last night was still recovering from the ordeal.

'The hostess shoved me out of the plane. I landed right on the concrete', the passenger said.







That's my story...Far better than anything a journalist would ever come up with. I mean, come ON, look how accurate it is!

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RE: Lazy Journalist's Plane Story Generator

Fri Sep 30, 2005 4:19 am

Terrified Passengers in Dread Flight


Foreign passengers told of their horrific terror aboard a Sydney bound Qantas flight which was told in no uncertain terms to return to Perth yesterday due to explosive decompression.

Some passengers were devastated that the 943 passengers were told few details of the catastrophe.

They said the plane 'Dropped like a stone and leaned over to the left' before turning around.

As a precaution, fire trucks were on standby when the Boeing A320 landed.

Passenger Bill Smith last night was still recovering from the ordeal.

'The hostess shoved me out of the plane. I landed right on the concrete', the passenger said.
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RE: Lazy Journalist's Plane Story Generator

Fri Sep 30, 2005 7:28 am

Bits Fall Off Plane


Foreign passengers told of their terrible dreadful fear aboard a Sydney bound Ansett flight which was advised it was in the best interests of the plane to return to Adelaide yesterday due to running out of fuel.

Some passengers were devastated that the 943 passengers were told few details of the unpleasant incident.

They said the plane 'Flew slowly with the engines screaming like Shannon Noll trying to sing' before turning around.

As a precaution, fire trucks were on standby when the Airbus 767 landed.

Passenger Nanna Shep last night was still recovering from the ordeal.

'I was completely terrified until the wheels touched the ground', the passenger said
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RE: Lazy Journalist's Plane Story Generator

Fri Sep 30, 2005 7:37 am

Terrified Passengers in Dread Flight


Melbourne passengers told of their scared panicked dread aboard a Sydney bound Qantas flight which was required to return to Melbourne yesterday due to engine failure.

Some passengers were vexed that the 943 passengers were told few details of the calamity.

They said the plane 'Began behaving very oddly' before turning around.

As a precaution, fire trucks were on standby when the Boeing Concorde landed.

Passenger Ms L. Dover last night was still recovering from the ordeal.

'I'll never fly this airline again', the passenger said.


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RE: Lazy Journalist's Plane Story Generator

Fri Sep 30, 2005 7:51 am

I tried to use this form to write a funny story, but the "Journalists" from the New York Times and the National Enquirer were downloading so many blanks that the website overloaded and crashed, flopping around like an editorial without an opinion in it!! Remember, next aircraft mishap, some of these reporters will be jamming this site to get their stories ready for the next edition, so maybe we can help them out by filling in the blanks randomly and e-mailing it to them; they won't know the difference anyway, and we'll get our names in the paper and on TV as "Aviation Experts".
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