I'll be out tomorrow getting some gizmo put in my head to -- I hope -- solve the vertigo problem and allow me fly an airplane again.
Back on Thursday.
Good luck! Vertigo must suck!
Thanks, David (hey, sorry I missed you at the pub a week or so ago). Yeah, vertigo is pretty bad. When it really hits, you cannot stand, you cannot sit and your stomach ain't far behind in deciding to pack it in, either. It hasn't been too bad since April, but occasionally noticeable and I've developed some "sea legs." But until I can get rid of even the smallest symptoms, the FAA isn't going to like the idea of me being in a plane. And life is too short to spend it on the ground...or on your back.
Hope all goes well, Bob.
Bob, are you getting your own, personal gyro set? I won't ask what they're using for a vacuum source...
(Bob responds:) Vacuum? Oh, heck, Brian, I'm glass panel all the way! (g)
Make sure they don't implant something that will let the black helicopters control you. And ditto to what Julia said.
Will they be assigning you your own frequency?
Come on now, we all know that Bob already has his own frequency! We miss you, bob!