NTSB re-investigate plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and the Big Bopper


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#2

Kudos to L.J. Coon!

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#3

This is an incredibly overblown story. Basically a guy sent a letter to the NTSB, the NTSB said, “thanks, we’ll get back to you,” and the news organizations blared “NTSB to consider reopening investigation.”

Not gonna happen.


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So if it turns out that it wasn’t pilot error and instead aircraft malfunction, are they going to issue a recall?

Also, I’d like them to look into a flight from 1903 where not all safety equipment was full utilized.


#5

They have top men working on it right now.


#6

Who?

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#7

Top. Men.


#8

Top. Men.

Gah! Ninja’d!


#9

As an air pirate and space pirate, respectively, I’m surprised your phones aren’t ringing as we speak…


#10

He forgot them in silent mode. Meetings do that to you.


#11

There was no decent loot in that cargo.


#12

The article doesn’t even suggest there’s any new data or anything. Did they find the black box or something?


#13

Maybe they’ll find the plane didn’t crash at all and Buddy Holly is just fine at 79.


#14

“Elvis and I just wanted to be together,” he said, while stroking his life mate’s hand. “Celebrity prevented that. But our shared tragedies made us stronger as a couple.”


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BB Headline: “NTSB re-investigate plane crash”
BB Article: “National Transportation Safety Board may re-examine the accident”
Source Article: Someone claiming to be a pilot claims that the NTSB sent him an e-mail saying “You have gotten our attention.”

You’re better than this, guys.


#16

As we all know, Buddy Holly is alive and well on Ganymede.


#17

This was already resolved by The Kids in the Hall way back in 1988.

“What’s that drunk monkey doing?..”


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