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splitpin

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splitpin last won the day on December 5 2011

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  1. I wonder who the frikking moron was that gave this post a negative. Good post P5, reminds me of my days in West Africa. Never had any problems with airlines. The key is BE NICE to the counter staff.
  2. Jeez H Chryst fellow members!! WTF has happened to our site?? It's like a bunch of grade school idiots have taken over. This site must be real close to being the laughing stock of the industry.
  3. http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=loosing
  4. A wee bit harsh Whitestone but very true. The are exceptions to the above but it happens very seldom. I could probably count on one hand the individuals that I could truly trust and count on in a pinch.
  5. Bit of a different outlook on the story and the participants over here. http://www.avcanada.ca/forums2/viewtopic.php?f=54&t=77550 I find it amazing how there can be so many different thoughts and opinions to the same story.
  6. Excellent Bucko, here is some more for you then.
  7. What's listed on the origonal TC?? So simple.
  8. Maintenance tracking?? New Zealand?? Give your head a shake Mate!
  9. Too funny!! Thanks Cosmo. There will be a few guys around Melfort wondering why I'm calling them Richard Head.
  10. Uh.... what's a Richard Head?? I guess I'm spending too much time in the stubble fields.
  11. Bingo gwk!! That's the guy. Any idea about his present status? Retired, still flying? In addition to 'all round nice guy' A h-ll of a stick man.
  12. Kudos to you and your team Bags. It's good to see. We saw that happen very seldom at NMH in Blue River years ago. Once in a blue moon (no pun intended) a Pilot would share his tip(s). It was sure nice to have a hundred or two pressed into your hand. Some Pilots would go so far as to brag about how much the got at the end. Usually in the thousands (so they said) with nary a nickel spread to the rest of the staff. Just a side note: We had a 212 Pilot there who farmed in the summer and flew during the winter. Older chap, soft spoken, a real Gentleman. ALWAYS shared his tips. I used to have dinner with him quite often. Often wonder whatever happened to him. Can't for the life of me remember his name. Anyone know who I mean??
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