A little positive news

Lord Wakefield

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They also bought an airport in Germany
 

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Actually it is true. Not Nazi planes ... but Nazi intelligence officers were involved. They provided target intel with photos... to the Japanese.
I know, I had heard that somewhere....I was trying to move along with the "Animal House" joke.
 

netjetwife

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In reading AIN, unfortunately the bad news outweighs the bad. Hopefully, NJA/I employees will take the economic climate into consideration and not just assume that RTS is crying wolf.
 

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In reading AIN, unfortunately the bad news outweighs the bad. Hopefully, NJA/I employees will take the economic climate into consideration and not just assume that RTS is crying wolf.
"Bad news outweighs the bad", huh? ;)

Just messin with ya. The truth of the matter is, some will take it into consideration and some won't. Unfortunately there are still some people out there that do not care much beyond their own nose.

Its just the way life is.
 

netjetwife

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Oooops! Spell-checker doesn't catch mistakes like that...:p Obviously, all that bad news I read left a big impression. :( Yes, there are some who will refuse to see the truth, and others who know it's bad but don't care. Fortunately, they are the fringe element--not the majority. I do believe that most of the employees realize the gravity of the situation, and understand that keeping the Company strong is in their own best interest.
 

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Netjetwife do you have a tramp stamp you can show us?
 

netjetwife

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Is that a tattoo? Sorry, that's not my style. I've opted out on those, but I would opt-in on the furlough mitigation package. That's definitely worth doing.
 

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Is that a tattoo? Sorry, that's not my style. I've opted out on those, but I would opt-in on the furlough mitigation package. That's definitely worth doing.


Just out of curiousity, is your husband opting out and taking the package?
 

netjetwife

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Because he was paying close attention to the financial situation at NJA, my husband dropped from the 18 day to the 7&7 schedule this past bid period. We talked it over early on and he will remain opted-in, taking time off in lieu of OT, holiday pay, extended days, etc. Those NJ pilots who know my husband (or of the work he does for NJASAP) are aware that my family has been fully supportive of the mitigation package since its inception. Personally, I can't imagine a NJ employee not seeing the necessity (and self-preservation aspect) of doing their part to cut man-hours during this economic meltdown.

Fast, if you were referring to one of the LOAs, those don't apply to our situation. My husband is in the middle of the pack; additionally, he has committed himself to serving the pilotgroup. Your question was fair. I hope this satisfies your curiosity...:) NJW
 

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Positive news?

My TV died, and it's been peaceful and all well in the world as far as I know?

If I ignore it, it doesn't exist, right?
 

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My TV died, and it's been peaceful and all well in the world as far as I know?

If I ignore it, it doesn't exist, right?
Indeed, sir.....just like the monsters always went away when I closed my eyes really tight. ;)
 
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