Me:i see a whole room of these mutant kids fused at the wrist i simply tell them they should shoot at this simply suggest my chest and this confused music its obVIOUSLY BEST FOR THEM TO TURN THEIR GUNS TO A FIST
Famous women pilots preparing to take part in the 1934 Memorial Day air races at Dycer Airport. In front row kneeling is Gladys O’Donnell, who in the previous year entered seven races and won six. Seated is Ruth Elder, famous flying beauty. Standing left to right: Kay Van Doozer, Myrtle D. Mims and Clema Granger.
Considering how hard and time-consuming and expensive it is to get to a place where you’re allowed to take the controls of a $100 million airliner, the only people who get to do that job are those who have to fly. Much like the arts, it’s largely the domain of obsessives who’ll persevere through anything to live their dream, and much like artists, pilots are taken advantage of by an industry that gradually cuts back on how much they earn, full well knowing that they’ll never quit and get other jobs. Professional artists are just the ones who survived the attrition, and pilots the same.