For the Brits if around in the next 20 mins (in Off-topic)
October 11 2012 3:43 PM EDT
seems fun (?)
pick a seat, watch the show .... see if you would of survived the crash :S
October 11 2012 3:52 PM EDT
forget comfort .. i picked in the hope of survivng
October 11 2012 4:46 PM EDT
5E first class!!!!
October 11 2012 5:02 PM EDT
12E sitting right next to a dummy...lol
October 11 2012 5:46 PM EDT
Well I don't want to be a pilot! Considering all the filling before the results it felt results a bit rushed and not that important - still awesome idea/concept. Worth copywriting seat on a ferry!
October 11 2012 6:22 PM EDT
Frequent flyer miles don't help. I was toast...
33f, I LIVED! most likely
October 11 2012 10:13 PM EDT
I died... forget first class....
October 12 2012 1:01 AM EDT
what happened to 12E...wont show me?
October 12 2012 1:16 AM EDT
16C Most likely to have survived!
BH it said the same for yours :-)
October 12 2012 1:26 AM EDT
I knew it sit next to a dummy...lol
October 12 2012 1:29 AM EDT
Anyone actually watch the show. It was pretty cool
October 12 2012 1:33 AM EDT
It would not let me :-(
October 12 2012 1:38 AM EDT
You can download it from piratebay.org
October 12 2012 1:40 AM EDT
In seat 31F, itﾒs likely that you would have escaped injury in the crash impact. At the rear of the plane the impact forces were around half of those at the front, peaking at around 6g ﾖ six times the force of gravity. You would have only experienced forces similar to a hit on a fairground bumper car.
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