One of the men currently listed in The Guinness Book of World Records for longest airplane flight didn't actually throw the plane, and that doesn't sit well with the former world-recorder holder in the category who is from Bellevue.
Originally aired: Tuesday, May 22, 2012
There's a big controversy in the world of paper plane competitions. We talk to the Guinness World Record holder for the plane that flew the furthest. Some are angry at him because he didn't throw the plane himself - he hired a ringer. We talk to John Collins, the current record holder for longest distance flown by a paper aircraft. // The state is putting the kibosh on a plan to create floating billboards on Lake Washington. // The group of black-clad attackers who targeted a table of Chicago diners weren't anarchists -- they were an anti-racist group attacking White supremacists. // Stephen Colbert's Super PAC experiment has spawned all kinds of similarly ridiculous PACs started by college students and others. // The first private spacecraft to dock with the international space station is on its way there now. Dave says this takes some of the sting out of losing the shuttle program. But are we less proud of it because it's a private company instead of our stars and stripes? // Dave and Luke share your Magic Messages.