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Give me excess of it; that, surfeiting,
The appetite may sicken, and so die.—
That strain again—it had a dying fall.

Computerized pilots are not like regular pilots in that they are not prone to human error, i.e. they won't spill coffee on the instrument panels in the cockpit or miscalculate their landing angle. Nor do they need good visibility to fly, as their millimeter-accurate GPS and sensor systems will guide them blindly to their destination. Obviously, they will have to prove their merit before plane passengers, and by extension airlines, can trust them.

Rob, it's on! The picture of Serge with the old analog camera is worth more than gold....time to consider planting those covers again since the soil temps are coming back up. Thanks for including me in the "reel of fame" Dude, don't spray your bees with 501....that crap is for the flies! Quote me "give flowers to the bees not your honey."

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