Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Crash Position Preserves Teeth

Sydney Morning Herald [Australia]
5 June 2008

Column 8

[...] As an established life member of the Fear of Flying Club, I must take issue with Dr Karl," contends John Stubbs, of Rosebank (seatbelts on aircraft, Column 8, Tuesday). "We've had the tranquilisers and the brandy - we got on the plane and we don't need to be told the way to the exits. The most useful information I have been given by an adjacent passenger, when the professional staff were raising our anxiety by telling us about how to assume the crash position, was: 'That's so you preserve your dentistry for later identification."'