Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Frederic wanted to show off

his training. This is what the table looks like when he is studying.

And a close-up of one of the flight maps. Part of preparing a flight is figuring out what path the flight should take from point A to point B, and he uses a map like this to do that.

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And on a completely unrelated note, this is a letter that I got from my grandparents the other day. Mailed January 16th, arrived here February 7th. Not bad for a letter that was:

Um... what? I blurred out the addresses, here it is larger in case you can't see it in the other picture:

It's true that France and Malaysia are in the same general area... oh wait. No, they aren't. Maybe it's because "France" written out looks like "Malaysia"? No, that can't be it. I don't know, any USPS employees care to try to explain this one?

But here's what I'm really wondering. This happens often enough that they have a STAMP for it?!?

1 comment:

Top Of The Arch said...

That is so funny about your mail got sent to Malaysia. Perhaps the post office used the STAMP for ALL mail that got sent to the wrong countries :)