Friday, October 12, 2012
What is it? Specifically, it's an airplane catering truck. This is the truck that brings the pilots' crew meals to the jet. Let's just say that most of the crew meals that are put on the plane in Seattle, which is the majority of the meals I receive since that's where I'm based, are less than salutary. Meals catered in any other city, or country, any time, anywhere, are more edible. In what can't possibly be a coincidence, notice what it says on the back of the truck: "REGULATED GARBAGE." It's all part of the glamorous life of the airline pilot.
Posted by Scott Diekmann at 3:00 AM