It is official, ground transport is safer

So what’s up New York. Slow news day?

Not so much.

In case you were under a rock or something today, you missed a headline that you probably wouldn’t believe anyway.

“New York Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle crashes plane into building on the UES”

That’s right. Lidle flew his small plane smack into the side of a high rise apartment building. He and a passenger did not survive.

Thankfully, no one else was killed. There were some injuries, but only two deaths.

This just confirms that ground transportation is the way to go. Or, in this case, underground transportation. The NYC subway is never going to be crashed into a building.

One can imaging that transportation over on the east side was a little nutty during all this. People left work early out of fear of another “9/11 style” attack.

My butt is staying underground. Live from the subway, back to you in studio…

4 thoughts on “It is official, ground transport is safer

  1. Yes, Josh, thank you for catching the typo. You are a fact checking GOD. We would be no where with out you. I dont know what we could ever do to repay you for your kindness. I thank the internet gods every night that you are out there to keep the rest of us in line.

    (take it easy pal. your gold star sticker is in the mail)

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