Skywriting Pilot Asks 'How Do I Land?'

Kurt Braunohler's Cloud Project raised money through Kickstarter to write a joke in the sky.
0:57 | 05/16/13

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This is wildly viral right here. What -- skypad party, one of "gma's" new generic hits we're listening to. Because we're going to the skies and kind of showing this to you over los angeles and you might be wondering what exactly is this plane trying to spell out. The plane is being flown by a comedian and so when you take a look at it all, turns out he wrote, how do I land? Quick question mark. Question mark which is tremendous. That's not easy to do. Again, it was curt brownlower. He said, his reason for being a comedian is to insert absurdity or stupidity into strangers' lives in order to make the world a better place. To follow up, how did he land? Well, I hope. Safely or segment five tomorrow.

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