No, not in the airplane. Left the house this morning with half a tank of gas in the Yukon. Driving my approximately 40 mile commute, the truck stalls at a stop light. I’m on a back road quite a way from a gas station. I restart it thinking it’s the stupid GM fuel pump I had replaced a couple of years ago puking again. Or the electrical connector problem it had. Ok. It’ll limp a bit before it dies if it’s that. Let’s get to civilization first then deal with it. Might limp all the way to work and then I can Uber it down to meet Karen and deal with it later. Notice the fuel gauge is about 1/4. That’s odd. Did that drop? Start it up and head north again. Now noticing the fuel gauge is lower than it should be but not sure why yet. Still hasn’t clicked. Truck stalls anytime it decelerates. Hmm. Uh oh. That’s not electrical or a pump failing. That’s fuel sloshing in the tank. Wait a sec. Now that gauge says 1/8. Was the float stuck in the tank and I’m running low on fuel? Crud. Didn’t reset the trip odo like I usually do so not sure of mileage on this tank. Okay now we’re in “land the Yukon” mode at the next gas station. I know where it is and now I’m watching the gauge. I still think I have a float or sensor issue but it’s getting low fast. Get to the stop light before the gas station by half a mile. Truck stalls. Damn it. Come on. Start it up. It’ll make it. Gauge reading a hakr above empty now. Get to the light to turn into the station. The low fuel light now comes on. Thanks Chevy. Truck sputters but doesn’t quite stall. Turn into the station and their entrance places the nose of the truck slightly downhill. Truck really stalls. Dang it. Come ON. Three start attempts it’s idling weird but it’s clear it’s out of fuel. Limp it to a pump. Fill it up thinking “damn gas tank sender”! Start it up to leave and co-worker texts a question. Haven’t left the pump yet so I answer it. Some dude comes walking up... “I think your truck is leaking fuel.” Open door and get out and I can HEAR it. High pressure spray from somewhere and fuel blowing all over the ground. Turn truck (and fuel pump) off. Let station guy know about spill. They toss down some absorbent stuff and go back inside. Find a reputable shop a long way from home. Talk to the owner. Get a recommendation for a tow truck. And now I wait. @jesse is going to tell me to tow it to the Ford dealer and trade it as-is on a new F-150. LOL. Effing vehicles.