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Charles W.

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  1. I carry one of these most everywhere I go. I cut it down so it is more portable, but the f.ckin thing makes a lot more noise. But that really does not make much difference because it gets the work done real fast. It's doubtful if I could get a permit to carry but that is only paper work so who needs it. Rev.
  2. I have flown in all the countries surrounding Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Niger, Benin but never had the opportunity to venture into Nigeria. Africa is an experience that must be lived to appreciate, after a while it grows on you. Did 13 trips to Africa and have seen most of the continent and it has been well worth while...**** I even lived to tell about it. Will be heading down to South Africa again soon to finish one last commitment. So if you want adventure, go to Africa. Stay away from the night fighters. Rev. Chas...
  3. I do it because to get into heaven I must convert someone. It is my mission to convert Hurler. And by doing so bring peace and contentment into his life. Rev. Chas W.
  4. Quote John Moore: " We all know that helicopter pilots in particular push weather horribly and will use any excuse for ‘giving it a try to see what happens’." John I'm not politically correct and quite frankly I feel that anyone who makes such a blanket statement deserves a swift kick in the nuts. I'm easy to find if you don't like my attitude. www.pbyflighttraining.com
  5. Easy on Hurler guys, I'm working on saving him from himself... When I have him completely converted and annointed he is going to be my union dues and tithe collector. Reverend Chas W. ( RCWB )
  6. Hurler, I have to head back over to Europe the second week in March. Would you be interested in my annointing you as a disciple of mine and put you in charge of collecting tithes, offerings and of course union dues for RCWB? Take a breath here from your union only vision and look at mine, just do the math Hurler the more pilots we convert the more tithe we collect and 10% of their gross pay soon adds up. The best part is it is legal and we never have to worry about any of our brethern returning from the dead to sue us for fraud. There you go tiger get that one in your teeth and get back to me..... You have potential with your stick to it mentality. Reverend C.W. ( RCWB )
  7. What ever happened to M.gS.al? Should I include him in my prayers? Rev. C.W.
  8. I will be holding a prayer meeting on March 01/06 for all the underprivelaged and dehumanized members of the aviation community. Please send your cash gifts to support this ministry to Reverend Chas W. president and founder of RCWB your best choice of union and salvation all in one. By the way I will send you a tax receipt for supporting this humaniterian cause... ...me I don't have to pay taxes as it falls under relegion. Rev C.W.
  9. Quote: " I don't agree with doing away with the PPC, I think any pilot that's faced with an annual pass or fail scenario will take the books a little more seriously. We may not like it but the idea should be to keep the standards up. " The PPC is another one of TC's ongoing rule making products. There was a time when the Chief Pilots of companies were the ones that decided the profficiency or lack thereof in each company. That had the advantage of being a full time year round checks and balances on safety and proficiency of crews. The PPC is a known one time a year event and can be prepared for using known items that will be asked for. In other words it is more a snapshot in time and not a real indication of how the pilot performs at work. Rev. Chas W. ( RCWB )
  10. " We've heard talk about this for a while. I've also heard the change is to protect TC from liability i.e. bending someones aircraft while doing a PPC. " Who is liable when they bend their own? Rev Chas W. President... RCWB... the "only" true pilots union.
  11. Quote from Hurler: " Do you suppose that if a person where actually useless TC would pass then on a flight test or written exam- I think not. " They would be more likely to hire them Hurler and put them in top management. :up:
  12. I have been in the aviation business long enough to see a need for a different kind of union / association, so I am all for this idea. We need the RCWB ( Reverend Charlas W. Brotherhood. ) You join my union_ religion and I will not only guarantee you better pay, less work and freedom form being dehumanized by your employer I will offer you eternal salvation in the after life. ( At a !0% tithe in addition to your union dues. ) The only reason pilots and engineers have been unable to band together is because they are seperated by distance and work schedules that do not allow proper time for meetings. As part of my deal I will appoint deacons and some pastors to keep everyone in the loop and make sure we get our just dues here on earth as workers as well as in the after life. And that brothers and sisters is your only true chance for salvation from a life of servitude under the evil ones. Reverend Chas W.
  13. Further to my previous comment on this issue, I would like to state clearly that I in no way agree with, condone nor support any institution or individual that uses anyone unfairly to extort money out of them with slippery business practices. The aviation industry is rife with slick conn artists who take advantage of the dreams of young people who desperately want to fly for a living. In the case being discussed here I have my own suspicions of what is going on, however my knowlege of the true situation is not enough to really take a definitive position. Having said that my first post remains as written, and may I add moral decay and devious methods are one thing in business, but moral corruption within the regulator is by far more repulsive. And more detrimental to the industry. Chas W.
  14. " Turns out they have a bad history with TC. Not only the school, but the owner also has TC issues. " This could be a plus in that case. Just because someone has issues with TC does not necessarily mean that person is in the wrong..... ...sometimes it is the other way around, in fact more often than people think. When dealing with Transoprt Canada it has been my experience that I am dealing with a mentality at the top that is more of a danger to me and my business than being approached by street thugs. So I would suggest you be careful with how you view " having issues with TC " Chas W.
  15. " Charles you are exactly the type of people we are glad to have out the Canadian helicopter industry. You obviously know everything already, so you are right the course wouldn't do someone like yourself any good. " Klipper I understand your reaction and would just like to alay any fear you have of me corrupting your world of aviation in Canada. I work and fly overseas and quite frankly they have an even more regulated by morons enviorment than you do in Canada, but with your help and without mine you are soon going to be just as handcuffed by rules and regulations for the sake of rules and regulations as Europe. By the way I was consulted by one of the largest PDM schools in Europe to give my input into PDM that they were rewriting as part of the "NEW" PDM pablum that is being spoon fed to the poor unfortunates in Europe. It was my decision to remove myself from the "new" one size fits all mentality that churns out the pablum that is fed to the masses in aviation. It is my opinion based on experience that when you take a semi moron and give him a course in how to think you have an semi moron who has sat through a course in how to think and not much really changes. However I do not balme you for feeling resentment against someone like me who is not one of the boys. Chuck E.
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