ua767fo

Schatzee

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ua767f0 previously posted on USAirways board the following:

ua767fo
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Total Posts: 22
Last Post: 2/12/2003
Member Since: 8/30/2002

A large percentage of airline pilots are military officers, or former officers. We have gone on to become astronauts, senators, congressmen, presidents, ceo's, doctors, lawyers. Some of us have elected to become airline pilots, of our own choosing. Due to the way the industry is structured, we are blue collar labor, like mechanics, customer service agents, baggage handlers, ect.

For anyone to think that we cant make it, or need an airline for our livelyhoods your sadly mistaken. When pushed to far, we will burn the house down. We wont stand to get burned beyond a certain point, and if that means taking a big business down, we will. And if that means shutting down your business because you depend on a certain airline, too bad.

Enough said, if it burns down.....too bad...

Denver, Colorado
 
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Schatzee

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Aug 20, 2002
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Thought maybe if we posted a column for you to whine and spout your trash to your own coworkers, you would leave the USAirways board...... Well go to it big boy........
 

spacewaitress

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Aug 27, 2002
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I heard something similar from a female pilot I flew with just last week...also based in Denver, as am I.

Disturbing.

Beyond the bluster is an apparently small mind.
 

alexander66

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On 2/12/2003 10:38:14 PM Schatzee wrote:

ua767f0 previously posted on USAirways board the following:

ua767fo
Member

Total Posts: 22
Last Post: 2/12/2003
Member Since: 8/30/2002

A large percentage of airline pilots are military officers, or former officers. We have gone on to become astronauts, senators, congressmen, presidents, ceo's, doctors, lawyers. Some of us have elected to become airline pilots, of our own choosing. Due to the way the industry is structured, we are blue collar labor, like mechanics, customer service agents, baggage handlers, ect.

For anyone to think that we cant make it, or need an airline for our livelyhoods your sadly mistaken. When pushed to far, we will burn the house down. We wont stand to get burned beyond a certain point, and if that means taking a big business down, we will. And if that means shutting down your business because you depend on a certain airline, too bad.

Enough said, if it burns down.....too bad...

Denver, Colorado
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On 2/12/2003 10:38:14 PM Schatzee wrote:

ua767f0 previously posted on USAirways board the following:

ua767fo
Member

Total Posts: 22
Last Post: 2/12/2003
Member Since: 8/30/2002

A large percentage of airline pilots are military officers, or former officers. We have gone on to become astronauts, senators, congressmen, presidents, ceo's, doctors, lawyers. Some of us have elected to become airline pilots, of our own choosing. Due to the way the industry is structured, we are blue collar labor, like mechanics, customer service agents, baggage handlers, ect.

For anyone to think that we cant make it, or need an airline for our livelyhoods your sadly mistaken. When pushed to far, we will burn the house down. We wont stand to get burned beyond a certain point, and if that means taking a big business down, we will. And if that means shutting down your business because you depend on a certain airline, too bad.

Enough said, if it burns down.....too bad...

Denver, Colorado
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On 2/12/2003 10:38:14 PM Schatzee wrote:

ua767f0 previously posted on USAirways board the following:

ua767fo
Member

Total Posts: 22
Last Post: 2/12/2003
Member Since: 8/30/2002

A large percentage of airline pilots are military officers, or former officers. We have gone on to become astronauts, senators, congressmen, presidents, ceo's, doctors, lawyers. Some of us have elected to become airline pilots, of our own choosing. Due to the way the industry is structured, we are blue collar labor, like mechanics, customer service agents, baggage handlers, ect.

For anyone to think that we cant make it, or need an airline for our livelyhoods your sadly mistaken. When pushed to far, we will burn the house down. We wont stand to get burned beyond a certain point, and if that means taking a big business down, we will. And if that means shutting down your business because you depend on a certain airline, too bad.

Enough said, if it burns down.....too bad...

Denver, Colorado
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schatzee u have got to be the dumbest piece of s---t ever to wear the uniform of a UAL pilot. NO as a second thought i will put dubinski ( that piece of scum) up there with u
 

dfw79

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Aug 20, 2002
308
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Now now...no name calling, especially questioning another person's intellect - especially when someone has an issue with the Quote button. LOL 99% of all computer problems are user error - imagine how much easier my life would be without users. ;)
 

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