Any one seen my flash drive?

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  1. Ed74

    Ed74 Active Member

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    I think I left it in the restroom on my flight.
     
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  2. Ed74

    Ed74 Active Member

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    SFO/JFK
     
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    MX Gold Member

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    I often confuse them with flush drives too.
     
  4. Sammich

    Sammich Gold Member

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    http://www.theverge.com/2014/1/5/52...-flight-emergency-landing-because-flash-drive

    Was this you?

     
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    HaveMilesWillTravel Gold Member

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    What I wondered when I saw the story on TV: the 767 had the new livery. Weren't those 767s going to be replaced by A321s? Are they going to move the 767s to other routes then, or are they getting retired?
     
  6. timfrost

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    Must have been stock footage or a 763? I didn't think any of the 762s were going to be repainted. From what I've heard they will be retired as the 32Bs come online. The 762s are 27-28 years old and must have accumulated ridiculous cycles and flight hours by now... Although there are 752s in stiff competition for that age in their fleet.
     
  7. LarryInNYC

    LarryInNYC Gold Member

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    I think the question you should really be asking is "Has my flash drive seen anyone?"
     
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    daninstl Gold Member

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    No worries it was just the NSA keeping an "eye" on possible terrorist threats I'm sure :)

    Seriously "when" they find the person responsible they should go to prison and be billed for the cost of the stop and have to reimburse all the passengers on board for the trouble and time. Stupid.
     
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