That was a phrase we quipped in the A/C simulator after finishing an emergency that was pretty much improbable when flying the real airplane. The whole thing served as a way to weed out the weak players from the average needed to finish the training. Most failed by reacting too soon to one emergency while working out another one already in progress. Think of it as a brain drain. The organ can process so many emergencies until finally the survival instinct must take over. It was interesting to say the least. It drained the people who were in the program for glory in favor of those who volunteered to serve (our country and flag).
I had a nightmare last night. It was vivid and it was about not being prepared (trained) for what will happen to me in this prostate condition. I arose and thought immediately about this post (for the fishing pond).
Here is a link for the New DAY; New Problem.
Go there now. It will help someone in the simulator to click to his survival instinct.