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Pilot: "Center, N12345." ... Center: "N12345, where have you been? We haven't heard from you in a while." ... Pilot: "I've been in Fort Myers for the last three months or so." ... Center: "N12345 --" [Chuckles.] "No, you've been NORDO for the last 45 minutes; we haven't heard a communication from you. When did you last speak to a controller?" ... Pilot: "I guess 45 minutes ago." -- Susan Delgado, via e-mail
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