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Twitter bashers can suck it.  Janis Krums, of Sarasota, Florida, posted the very first picture of U.S. Airways flight 1549 on Twitter from his iPhone yesterday.  I don't know why but I think that is wicked cool.

12 comments:

enc said...

Technology is amazing.

If I could remember to Tweet, I'd do it every day!

Dr Zibbs said...

I wish that were me.

Stacie said...

what a miracle! (the landing, not the twitter part)

Renaissance Woman said...

It is amazing that everybody is safe! And I have to tell you that this picture is amazing.

The Imaginary Reviewer said...

And people wonder why I have an irrational fear of flying.

Giggle Pixie said...

I love Twitter. And I hate flying.

Go figure! lol

I can't imagine how scary this must've been for those passengers on board. I would have had to change my pants once I got rescued - that's for damn sure.

Jennifer and Sandi said...

Great Post. Great Photo. GO TWITTER. Now if only I understood how to use it. I'm still trying to figure out my facebook apps

HAPPY FRIDAY!

- Jennifer

Candy's daily Dandy said...

Truly amazing story. That pilot is a true hero. Thank god no one died, except the birds...

pistols at dawn said...

Yes, this definitely makes up for the 102,012,214,534 Twitter posts about people's lunches and cats yesterday.

Falwless said...

Hahaha Pistols.

This is pretty cool! I didn't know this...

words words words said...

The only two things I know about Twitter are that I always think it sounds dirty, and that I don't ever want anything to do with it.

That is a pretty sweet picture, though.

BeckEye said...

I spent the last hour at work listening to all the sirens and reading about the crash online. I'm on 10th Ave, so I'm a hop, skip and a jump away from the river, although I was about 20 blocks south. I thought about walking over to see what I could see on my way home but thanks to the sub-zero temps, I high-tailed it to the subway, went home and watched the news under the covers.

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