Should we take a Liberty Helicopter tour in NYC?

Posted on
Aug 11, 2009
Posted in: Polls

Part of me thinks this is a no-brainer, but nevertheless, let’s chat about it, shall we? Some friends gave us a Liberty Helicopter tour gift certificate as a wedding gift. We’re heading to New York in Early October, and I was thinking about using it, until I heard about last weekend’s horrific crash.

Notice the sightseeing tour ship in the background? Passing right by the boats hauling up wreckage? That's bad.

Notice the sightseeing tour ship in the background? Passing right buy the boat hauling up the wreckage? That's a new level of bad.

So now I’m not really sure what to do. Rand noted that it’s probably incredibly safe, statistically speaking, to go on a helicopter tour right now. Which is not exactly how I see it. What are your thoughts?

Please keep in mind, your answers will in no way impact my decision.

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