No, the other friendly skies



bad babelfish translation:

New York via international Pakistan one of the some companies directly serving New York departure of southern orly offering the best correspondences with province a new proof of le' effectiveness PIA.

PIA is an international company to development spectacular: the 3000000 of passengers this year one of joining every 6 minutes.

Successes carefully built on the satisfaction of the passengers for a flight reussi, towards New York or 60 other large metropolises in the world leave via PIA.
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New York via international Pakistan one of the Queloues companies directly serving New York departure of southern orly offering the bestcorrespondences with province a new proof of le' effectiveness PIA.

O RLY???


No Elizabeth, though. From the teaser last week, I was hoping for her to show up again :(




"...kickass episode nontheless."

True, but I'm worried that they're going too fast. I mean, they all but destroy the replicators last week, and this week significantly decrease the Wraith's ability to wage war by destroying their cannon fodder factory. They could very well write themselves into a corner, here - a corner with no real antagonists left.


I can see what you mean. But nah I doubt it'll happen. Remember..."Weir" is still afloat and I'm sure the Wraith have some crazy evil tricks up their slimy sleeves. Plus, there are still the Genii and the whereabouts of Teyla's people.

And I apologize to the OP for all my off topic chatter :\


"Remember..."Weir" is still afloat and I'm sure the Wraith have some crazy evil tricks up their slimy sleeves. Plus, there are still the Genii and the whereabouts of Teyla's people."

And if worse comes to worst they could always bring in the Ori. Oh, or maybe some Peacekeepers!

Oh, wait, no, sorry... *points to icon*

"And I apologize to the OP for all my off topic chatter :\"

What she said. With bells on.


I believe it was printed in 1979.

Stunningly bad example of a postmark:



Edited at 2008-01-11 08:41 pm (UTC)
I've flown the NYC-Karachi route a couple of times on PIA-- they ARE the friendly skies! (And the food is a damned sight better than ordinary.) It's when you land in Karachi and they confiscate your passport at gunpoint that things get a little bit... I dunno... meh.

That aside, that is a horrifying image. O___O
now if it was Saudi Air, it would make a lot more sense. Most of the hijackers were from Saudi Arabia.
Actually, this is what the copy read (French is my mother tongue, and I'm a translator):

Fly to New York City via Pakistan International, one of the few companies to offer direct flights to New York City. Flights depart from Orly South, and PIA offers the best choice of transfers in countryside towns, yet another proof of its efficiency.

PIA is an international company with a spactacular development: 3 million passengers this year only, with takeoffs every 6 minutes.

This success is carefully built upon passengers' satisfaction. For a successful flight to New York City or to one of 60 other metropolis around the world, fly with PIA.
Really, I'm just doing this to be an ass
Spactacular? Obviously something other than English must be your mother tongue.


I kid, I kid!
Re: Really, I'm just doing this to be an ass
LOL I typed it pretty quickly at work... :P I usually don't make typos. ;)
Actually, the ad's not as uninspired as it might seem.

One of the reasons some of us in NYC didn't think we were under attack when the first plane hit was because of the number of near-misses both PIA and Air India had with the Twin Towers.