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Betty in the Sky with a Suitcase!


Welcome to the Betty in the Sky with a Suitcase podcast where you get to hear from flight attendants and pilots and wacky stories from traveling around the world.  Check out my main website www.bettyinthesky.com for more information about my books, audio books and so much more.

Oct 20, 2010

Episode 68

Sometimes you have to do what you have to do to survive.  We have some crazy things that have happened on the airplane like a captain falling off a catering truck and a get this...a drive by crapping!  And at the end of the episode we have two survival stories.

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A special thanks to the fabulous Scott Simon of NPR News


Marla
over eight years ago

Where are you, Betty? Hope everything is okay with you and you come back soon. Miss you.

Mary
over eight years ago

I miss you Betty! I hope you are well and that you'll be back soon. Love the podcast and have to admit I miss flying every week like I did when I was a consultant.

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over eight years ago

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over eight years ago

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Miriam
over eight years ago

Betty, I've been hooked on your podcast since the beginning. It's always made me smile - or laugh out loud - while I'm walking my dogs, doing the dishes, or waiting for an appointment. I admire your positive and life-affirming spirit. You're a great storyteller. And, of course, the lens you offer with which to witness the human condition is priceless. But your episode that ended with the story about the Chilean miners made me stop what I was doing to write you. I'm going to be late for my meeting with a client, but I have to tell you what an AWESOME story that was. You echoed my, and I'm sure the world's, sentiments about the captivating story. For once, the media and technology enhanced the positive aspect - and you've done your part, too. Thanks also for sharing the NPR story I had missed.

You rock, Betty!

Crystal
eight and a half years ago

Yes, and doing things for survival can't be a crime.
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