Folks, this is your captain speaking.
You may have noticed the turbulence. That’s to be expected when we’re flying this close to the ground, although we’re doing our best up here in the cockpit to pick up the nose a smidge. The windshield’s a little frosted over, but as best we can tell we’re heading in the right direction. (If anyone knows what Cleveland looks like from the air, well golly we’d sure appreciate it if you could come up to the front and let us know.)
Flight attendents will be coming by shortly to pass out a light snack and some beverages. If you need a paper bag, they may have one or two left, but just, uh… try and hold it, yeah? We’re running out of those in a real hurry.
We’ve shut off the inflight movie. Sorry about that, folks, we forgot to screen our new selections this month. Who knew that ‘Alive’ wouldn’t have… uh… been as uplifting as one would have hoped. Gosh, you should see us. We sure are red right now.
Looks like we’ll be clear in, oh, a few hours. Keep an eye on the ground, and let us know if we get too close. Thanks for flying with us this afternoon, and we sure hope you’ll choose our airline for your next flight.
Sorry about all this, I’m still trying to get solid answers. Even my host’s site has been up and down for the past two days, so I can’t check the status of my claim.
It comes at a bad time, but my hand is forced: I’ll be making the switch to PHP in the next few days, for better or for worse. Matt Mullenweg has stepped to the plate with an offer I just couldn’t say no to, so a few days of madly patching my scripts to work in a non-Micrsoft environment will ensue.
It’ll sting for a bit. But we’ll all be happier for it. Thanks for your continued patience.