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This sums it up.....

Uh oh I feel round 2 of BBQ fight club is about to kick off.

I see where you are coming from but on that note was there empathy when a certain individual went on a rant and decided to invite random people from a helicopter forum to fight him in his back yard, b

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Hi Doug.

    My first job in the industry was with Ontario Helicopters in 1978.Based in Thompson.George Fenwick owner and Dave Wilson Ops.Mgr. and Chief Pilot.Al Lang offered me the job without a "finders fee" and loaned me a pair of longjohns when I arrived for duty at Eskimo Point a bit unprepared for the local July weather.I returned them after the job,well laundered and wrapping a mickey of scotch. Oh the memories !!!   B)

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I loved some of the old slogans that appeared on items from pamphlets to T shirts or whatever, done in fun;

 

Liftair—“the happy hookers” picture of a Heli with longline

Bow Helicopter- “There is nothing like a Bowjob”

Shirley Helicopters- “a Bowjob is nice but not as good as a Shirley”

Buffalo airways(I think a mistake)— fly with buffalo and never walk again(pic of a piper airplane on shirt)

am sure are more. No disrespect meant just stuff from another time. 

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Having worked there for many years a long time ago it was a brilliant company. The ownership knew how to run a aviation company. You had to work hard and they expected it. But, the rewards were great.

Could go on and on about the President he was a hands on type.of individual. He was one of a kind... hard and tough but a huge heart. 

Stabbed him in the hand on a hunting trip by accident once. The look on PW's face was priceless. He always thought he ran the company little did he know there was a little lady who actually took are of the issues!!!🤣😁🤣😁

Many great memories. They will be missed.

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10 minutes ago, RDM-1 said:

Having worked there for many years a long time ago it was a brilliant company. The ownership knew how to run a company. You had to work hard and they expected it. But, the rewards were great.

Could go on and on about the President. He was one of a kind... hard and tough but a huge heart. 

Stabbed him in the hand on a hunting trip by accident. The look on PW's face was priceless. He always thought he ran the company little did he know there was a little lady who actually took are of the issues!!!🤣😁🤣😁

They will be missed.

I always enjoyed my time in Goose Bay with PW & the boss lady K.

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