knowlimits said:It worked for a lot of other guys on their sen list.
knowlimits said:Scab somewhere, then try. It worked for a lot of other guys on their sen list.
Ualexpress said:It worked for many guys over at United too. Oh yeah and Continental also. I guess it is different for them since they scabbed to get a job.
knowlimits said:Ualexpress, you see the difference. The UAL and CAL scabs did so while they were already on the property, and for the most part have remained at the carrier they scabbed for. The scabs at ValuJet/AirTran scabbed for another carrier, usually EAL, and were hired by ValuJet after scabbing. They were hired by a company that knew they were scabs, yet ValuJet (now AirTran) seemed to have no problem with this.
To a guy like Cobb McWhacker scratching his head and trying to see the point, here it is - the difference is that while some carriers have scabs on their property - like UAL, CAL and several others - as a rule the pilots either in the hiring process or in the training departments do a great deal to keep them off the property in the first place or get them gone if they did manage to get through initial...again, something that ValuJet/AirTran didn't seem to take issue with.
I suppose it's a dying debate anyway, since ALPA allowed the CAL scabs back into the Association. I probably shouldn't have brought it up in the first place, but it annoys me that the 'race to the bottom' mentality of the airlines, the overall decline of the profession and the expectations of professional pilots has sunk so low that we are willing to overlook those who got where they are by stepping on fellow pilot's backs.
knowlimits said:I must've hit pretty close to home to get you AirTran boys so worked up. Enjoy your careers there. Congratulations-you're mediocre.
And you know it.
FL717 said:but again I'm bored and you're stupid.... so entertain me..... and please don't hold back....LOL!