It's not often that we mark a TV show on our calendars here at Chez Creede. But we did for last night's 60 Minutes interview with Capt. Sullenberger and it did not disappoint. The day of the USAir crash we sat riveted to the news in amazement at the river landing, relief at the swift, chivalrous acts of the passengers and rescuers, and joy that every person survived. Last night we saw why it was all possible: the captain's calm, competence and compassion. He gave 155 people lives to live and he gave all of us hope, optimism and pride.
"Use the good china for breakfast."