Particularly if you live in the South Carolina area.
The pilot ejected – we haven’t been told why – and the jet, on autopilot with transponder not working, kept going. The Drive has a good article, which they are updating.
The fact that the F-35 disappeared without any reports of a crash points to the likelihood that it went down in a sparsely populated area. If it ran out of fuel, there would not likely be a big fire and no massive fireball for people to spot, nor as loud of a crash. If it went down in the Atlantic, it could make finding it even harder.
Update: Alexandra Petri has now done a column on the jet that followed her home. Here’s a gift link.
Update 2: The plane has been found.