Think first

We all know those people who can’t seem to know what they’re thinking, if they can’t hear themselves saying it first. I admit that I also sometimes find my brain going on in autopilot and only after finishing a sentence, I realize what I have just said. Unfortunately, this happens to me even more frequently when I’m a bit nervous, e.g. when I’m speaking in front of a group of people.

I guess that will make it interesting for everybody this Sunday. Because, as I’ve already mentioned a couple of times, I’ll be attending the Vienna ComicCon this weekend as a guest. And I will be part of a panel with and about Austrian comic artists on Sunday, 13:00.

So, if you’re just now deciding to go, you will have to go on Sunday anyway, because Saturday tickets are sold out. So I’m looking forward to a crowded show and hope I will maybe see some of you there! Cheers!

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2 comments on “Think first
  1. Fbs says:

    Pilots who don’t know what they have to say and keep the frequency busy while they’re trying to sort out why they pressed the button for, are a real nuisance in crowded airfield.

    There are unfortunately a few Chucks in the air on sundays at LFPN…(traffic : 110K moves a year)

  2. Landis says:

    I was flying with a buddy building some time when we landed at Long Beach. I’m flying, he’s doing the radios as we taxi off the runway when a coyote runs across the taxiway in front of us. Before even thinking he keyed the mic and blurted: “Ground: there’s a werewolf on the taxiway!” Releases the mic and looks at me with the did-I-just-say-what-I-think-I-said look. The reply is obviously with some stifled laughter: “A coyote? We’re aware.”

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