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Richard Simmons does a flight safety video

Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by Aussie Willy, Mar 30, 2011.

  1. Aussie Willy

    Aussie Willy Hates both vegemite and peanut butter

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  2. Garden Kitty

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    Now that's a safety message that I'd actually watch :lol:
     
  3. suep1963

    suep1963 Well-Known Member

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    My favorite part was "if the oxygen masks come down, it's time for a breather!"
     
  4. FigureSpins

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    Classic! Love them! :D
     
  6. Cheylana

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    Richard Simmons - YAY!!! :D
     
  7. Skittl1321

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    That's awesome- I didn't notice that the guy who "ducked" in the seat was Phil Keogan until the BTS video.
     
  8. normie

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    I love this safety video. Richard Simmons is perfect for it. Best one I have seen for any airline. Their previous video featuring the All Blacks was also very entertaining. Wish I could go to New Zealand again!
     
  9. barbk

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    This is funny, but in thinking about it there may be even more to it -- I saw more specifics on that video than I've seen on most flight videos, and it was attention grabbling, much like the Southwest rap one was. I never realized that you needed to turn a smart phone to "airplane mode" BEFORE shutting it off for takeoff. (Not that I have an iphone or Android.
     
  10. Skittl1321

    Skittl1321 Well-Known Member

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    Yep, that way when you turn it back on it doesn't connect to a network.

    Having never taken my new Android phone on a plane, I hadn't really thought of it.