This undated audio is of a small child giving instructions to the pilots of jetliners full of people as they come in to land at one of the world's busiest airports. It's either charming, or scary. [Fox]
UPDATE: A pilot explains that the kid wasn't landing anything. "He (and his father) were in the New York Air Route Traffic Control Center, way out on Long Island (not at JFK), and the kid was giving the pilots what are called handoffs, telling them they no longer had to listen to the JFK Tower controller but could switch their radios to the correct frequency for what is called a departure controller, who then talks to the pilots while they're leaving the airport area..."