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    Always does crack me up when all the southerners tell us northerners how stupid we are to live in the snow. Then they all complain and whine and bitch when a hurricane demolishes everything they own. Guess what, that's what you get since you hate the snow so much. Enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by $$$4nothin View Post
    Always does crack me up when all the southerners tell us northerners how stupid we are to live in the snow. Then they all complain and whine and bitch when a hurricane demolishes everything they own. Guess what, that's what you get since you hate the snow so much. Enjoy.

    We also hate when you retire in FL and say how nice it is up north. Oh ya ...and when you come down here and drive 35 mph in a 55 zone. I bet there are a lot more northerners in FL now than native Floridians. Gee, I wonder why that is? I bet not a lot of Floridians retire up north. You speak with forked tongue. Enjoy your yearly blizzards. I will take the occasional hurricane over shoveling snow all winter, rusted out cars from salt, and tremendous heating costs. To each it's own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilotyip View Post
    na, but thank for the advice, I have a much better job right now and live in a much nicer part of the country. It is about QOL, not money.

    Sorry Yip, my old DO at Evergreen just took the VP Flight Ops job you were chomping at the bit for... maybe you can apply for Chief Pilot?
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    Talking Futile????????????????

    EAL back in business


    If the new EAL is going to succeed,then gates must be secured at ATL MCO,TPA/PIE,JAX, CLT,DCA,JFK,LGA,ORD,CMH,DAY,DFW,IAD,SAT,BWI,BOS,PHL,MCI,and many other locations,otherwise,it is almost futile to keep going with this investment!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HA25 View Post
    Sorry Yip, my old DO at Evergreen just took the VP Flight Ops job you were chomping at the bit for... maybe you can apply for Chief Pilot?
    oh! darn, na I like this training gig, CP and DO to be successful have to be politicians, they are burn out jobs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bafanguy View Post
    Maybe Lorenzo is looking for a job? now if they could only get the machinist union back in place.

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    Question Maybe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Maybe the NEW EAL can stay in business this time if they don't pay "baggage-handlers" $72k/yr.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I've not seen any pay rates for the new EAL. I wonder if they pay FOs $72K/yr.
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