Sunday, July 7, 2013

I'm going to go ahead and call this one.

The pilot will claim that the glide slope was not functioning. It will be proved that he lied and the glide slope will be found to have been working fine. So, 2 died and 61 were hurt because ajosshi didn't want to follow the glide slope?!


  1. Whatever the reason for the crash, you can bet that the Korean ajosshis will lie, evade, and not be forthcoming with the investigation. Any lies that they get caught in will just be recast into other lies.

    I don't know anything about glide slopes or the specifics of the crash, but I do know Korean ajosshis.

  2. Blame game starts now. Korea Times has a piece about past problems with Boeing jets and trying to deflect the attention and public opinion to the faulty planes.

    Gonna be interesting to see how this all plays out and see who is truly at fault.


  3. It's amusing how the Klown newspapers have all jump into "deflecting blame" mode. Asiana even issued a statement saying that pilot error was "impossible".

    Had they crashed in Korea, I have no doubt that the investigation would be colluded, full of deception, and completely untrustworthy.

  4. "Impossible..." How about totally possible in front of 4 ajosshi pilots. All 4 of them in the cockpit. Not one of them knew the air speed was too low to keep the plane in the air. Only Koreans.