Asdfaksdfl-Class Transorbital Skimmer has near miss with primitive Earth vessel

The BBC reports: "The Airbus A320 was making its final approach to Glasgow Airport on 2 December when an object passed about 300ft underneath it. The pilot of the aircraft said the risk of collision with the object, which did not show up on radar, had been "high". A report by the UK Airprox Board said investigators were unable to establish what the object had been."

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  1. Earth orbit is getting too cluttered with human junk, and honestly the whole planet is a bit dull.  Let’s tell ’em we’re building a new hyperspace bypass, destroy the place, and then go get a beer.

      1. They’ll probably just do a brain up-n-dump; last time they did a full body displacement the locals happened to check the grave a few days later & it started a whole big kerfuffle.

        1. “Starting a Whole Big Kerfuffle,” I believe, is the designation of a Delinquent Class GOU

          1. I for one am sad to see the Interesting Times Gang take a step back, but I’m pretty sure the “…Kerfluffle” is just a Fast Picket. Snerk, sorry, I couldn’t get that out with a straight face.

          2. *just* a VFP? When you can keep up with ol’fuffle you might be entitled to be so dismissive. We’ll be keeping an eye on you, matey.
            SC/II3

  2. “You doing anything this weekend? No? OK, wanna get in the microlight and go play chicken with commercial airliners on final approach? Awesome, I’ll pick you up at 10:00.”

  3. That one sentence is easy to misread:

    The pilot of the aircraft said the risk of collision with the object, which did not show up on radar, had been “high”.

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