Liberty Helicopter Tours forced to redesign website.

<div class="serendipity_imageComment_right" style="width: 300px"><div class="serendipity_imageComment_img"><a class='serendipity_image_link' href='' onclick="F1 ='/uploads/images/libertyhelicopters.jpg','Zoom','height=522,width=551,top=196.5,left=452,toolbar=no,menubar=no,location=no,resize=1,resizable=1,scrollbars=yes'); return false;"><!– s9ymdb:157 –><img class="serendipity_image_right" width="300" height="284" src="" alt="" /></a></div><div class="serendipity_imageComment_txt">Flying safely for over 20 years!</div></div>Liberty Helicopter Tours web developers were called in to take down the "Flying safely for over 20 years" banner from the entrance page of their website, it was reported Saturday.<br />n"This sucks ass", stated webmaster Scott Clemons during a phone interview Saturday afternoon. "I was in bed sleeping this afternoon and all the sudden my phone started ringing. I ignored it but it kept ringing and ringing. I finally answered only to be told that 'Liberty Tours had a crash and I needed to take the banner off of the site'. I asked them if it couldn't wait until Monday as I was sleeping and recovering from a night of partying, but they were crying and shouting at me to come in and take it down."<br />nWhen asked about the Liberty Tours accident specifically, Scott stated, "Flying safely for over 20 years is one thing, but waking my ass up at noon on a Saturday just because Liberty Tours had a helicopter smash into an airplane killing almost everyone is another thing all together. Talk about micro managing! Boo Hoo, what a bunch of babies."<br />


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