MD11Drvr said:While flying overseas its embarrassing to hear some of our US brethern checking in to Frankfurt Control sounding like they are talking to a truck stop on a CB.............................
It not only sounds gay, but once you key a mike button 70 or 80 thousand times, you'll be looking for ways to eliminate useless verbiage.MTpilot said:
One entry found for verbiage. Main Entry: ver·biage Pronunciation: 'v&r-bE-ij also -bij
Etymology: French, from Middle French verbier to chatter, from verbe speech, from Latin verbum word
1 : a profusion of words usually of little or obscure content <such a tangled maze of evasive verbiage as a typical party platform -- Marcia Davenport>
2 : manner of expressing oneself in words : [SIZE=-1]DICTION[/SIZE] <sportswriters guarded their verbiage so jealously -- R.A. Sokolov>
Metro752 said:Awwwwww come on, whats wrong with being the stereotypical American "Cowboy."
lowslow said:I've been flying for 26 years, and have yet to hear one person say that it's not acceptable. ..