The US Airways jet that just landed in the Hudson river made us wonder: Who would you call if your plane was going down? Your husband, mother, best friend, son, priest? And is that a direct measure of love—would the person you called first be the one you loved the most?
When Rich Kostynick was in a plane crash in Denver he called his son—he'd been flying with his wife, but if he'd been alone, would he have called her first?
Passengers on the hijacked planes during the 9/11 terrorist attacks called their loved ones.
Who would you call?