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Opinion.. he is NOT a pilot

Opinion.. he is NOT a pilot

  1. Anonymous

    Hello lucky Ben,
    I’d like to throw my 2 cents worth into the fray. I am, in fact a professional pilot for a major international airline. In order to be hired by said industry, you must have a college degree, a certain amount of class and sophistication. Your alleged pilot is clearly without an education and necessary class. You are right on with the “alleged” moniker. He is clearly a disgruntled entry level employee, which I’m sorry to insult any other entry level employees. His dilutional idea of throwing anybody off an aircraft clearly illustrates his ignorance of the job title, he knows nothing about the job of a pilot, because he is not one.

  2. OCTinPHL

    [QUOTE=”Gracie Thomas, post: 67788″]Hello lucky Ben,
    I’d like to throw my 2 cents worth into the fray. I am, in fact a professional pilot for a major international airline. In order to be hired by said industry, you must have a college degree, a certain amount of class and sophistication. Your alleged pilot is clearly without an education and necessary class. You are right on with the “alleged” moniker. He is clearly a disgruntled entry level employee, which I’m sorry to insult any other entry level employees. His dilutional idea of throwing anybody off an aircraft clearly illustrates his ignorance of the job title, he knows nothing about the job of a pilot, because he is not one.[/QUOTE]

    +1.

    But [USER=4]@Lucky[/USER], some of the commenters (at least one) are correct – take it off your blog. Contact AA security. Liability is a funny thing – so don’t engage this alleged pilot. [I]n.b. [/I]This is [U][B]not[/B][/U] legal advice. 😉

    But as Mr. Thomas (or Gracie?) said, the misspellings (yes, I know this is the interweb) bely a level of education that does not seem on par with a professional pilot. You are getting trolled. But all the more reason not to engage.

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