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SFR

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Anyways, I have been reading the older thread that I started and can't help but make a comment.

Ok, it has not been 5 weeks and 2 days since I flew my last trip, just sitting reserve.

How is this schedule bad? Why should I change anything? Please help me understand. I feel bad that I am still getting a paycheck.


I have been thinking however about doing some union work since you guys mentioned that to me before. I heard that I can get higher pay and the union would buy my trips. Is that true? can I get a line and then drop most of it for union duty? If so, sign me up!!

Anyone with info let me know.
 

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It has been 5 weeks and 2 days, correction...
 

cybourg10

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Please don't volunteer for union work just so you can avoid flying trips.
 

IAHERJ

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hmmm?
I think we have a new Pocono Pilot. This is 100% flame bait.
 

boxjockey

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Just curious how you got your start with CAL? Looking at your profile, you say you started at CAL two years ago. You have 6000 hours experience and you are 28 years old. So you started at 26 years old and about what, 5200 hours? Would mean you have flown about 800 hours a year since you were 19 to get that experience. Did you go to college? I think CAL requires a degree, don't they? Maybe you have an inside way in, maybe a parent at CAL? Just trying to put the pieces together. I flew with a guy just about like you at XJT. He was 24, 1500 hrs, dad was a check capt, and was the biggest ****************************** I have ever met in aviation. I think the only difference between you and him are the type of aircraft you flew. But I'm sure he would have HEAVY in his profile too.....

box :rolleyes:
 

Jetjockey

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S=so
F=freaking
R=ridiculous
 

Kharma Police

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Anyways, I have been reading the older thread that I started and can't help but make a comment.

Ok, it has not been 5 weeks and 2 days since I flew my last trip, just sitting reserve.

How is this schedule bad? Why should I change anything? Please help me understand. I feel bad that I am still getting a paycheck.


I have been thinking however about doing some union work since you guys mentioned that to me before. I heard that I can get higher pay and the union would buy my trips. Is that true? can I get a line and then drop most of it for union duty? If so, sign me up!!

Anyone with info let me know.

Hellz yeah! Money for nothing and your chicks for free! CAL sounds like da shiznit!!!! Sign me up, are you guys hiring?!?
 

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I started at CAL 3 years ago, flew for a commuter since I was 22. Started with that commuter one month before I graduated college (finished with classes, just had to wait for commencement, mailed the diploma to me) AMR Eagle was the commuter. Few a Metroliner in college for my last 2 years part time.

No pilot in family, I am just pro-active when I want something. I wanted to be on with a major at 25, missed by a little due to 9-11.


My story in short.....anyways, did I mention that I weight 190 pounds, but 25 of it is my johnson.
 

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I started at CAL 3 years ago, flew for a commuter since I was 22. Started with that commuter one month before I graduated college (finished with classes, just had to wait for commencement, mailed the diploma to me) AMR Eagle was the commuter. Few a Metroliner in college for my last 2 years part time.

No pilot in family, I am just pro-active when I want something. I wanted to be on with a major at 25, missed by a little due to 9-11.


My story in short.....anyways, did I mention that I weight 190 pounds, but 25 of it is my johnson.


Don't worry everyone matures sooner or later. They teach monkeys to fly a plane for 6000 hours but it takes maturity to refrain from childish responses like " My Story in Short"

PS I was a jet captain at 23,, what does it mean? Absolutely nothing!!
 

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I started at CAL 3 years ago, flew for a commuter since I was 22. Started with that commuter one month before I graduated college (finished with classes, just had to wait for commencement, mailed the diploma to me) AMR Eagle was the commuter. Few a Metroliner in college for my last 2 years part time.

No pilot in family, I am just pro-active when I want something. I wanted to be on with a major at 25, missed by a little due to 9-11.


My story in short.....anyways, did I mention that I

weight 190 pounds, but 25 of it is my johnson.

You only have 25 lbs, I'll have to forward you some of the spam mail I get for Johnson enlargement.
 

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Anyways, I have been reading the older thread that I started and can't help but make a comment.

Ok, it has not been 5 weeks and 2 days since I flew my last trip, just sitting reserve.

How is this schedule bad? Why should I change anything? Please help me understand. I feel bad that I am still getting a paycheck.


I have been thinking however about doing some union work since you guys mentioned that to me before. I heard that I can get higher pay and the union would buy my trips. Is that true? can I get a line and then drop most of it for union duty? If so, sign me up!!

Anyone with info let me know.


Warning:

Becoming a Union rep helps the golf game, lets you attend free baseball games, and puts you on the fast track for a management position.

I can I run on your ticket?
 

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Also did I mention that I was a C-402 captain while I was a seniot in high school up at Burke Lakefront airport in Cleveland?

Only problem was that I was off balance, I weighed 165 pounds back then, but still had 25 of it in my pants. I always seemed to walk fast because I was in a constant falling forward motion.
 

328dude

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Also did I mention that I was a C-402 captain while I was a seniot in high school up at Burke Lakefront airport in Cleveland?

Only problem was that I was off balance, I weighed 165 pounds back then, but still had 25 of it in my pants. I always seemed to walk fast because I was in a constant falling forward motion.

Ok, math don't add up dude, and being from Burke myself, your story dosen't add up.

Just to add insult to injury, you posted this not to long ago. "BTW, I am NOT from a rich family.... in 2003 I was broke barely able to pay my mortgage on my ASA salary....". I thought you said you flew at Eagle, but here it was ASA?

You're busted. Give it up. It's getting too entertaining.
 

SFR

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Darn, you caught me.. Good PI work!

This was all flamebait, but it is true that I have not flown now for 5 weeks and 5 days sitting reserve with CAL.

I don't think life at CAL is bad, I know it sucks for commuters though (I was one my first 2 years).

Anyways, we need some good contract improvements his next time, especially with the gas prices getting low!
 

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I think we have a new Pocono Pilot. This is 100% flame bait.

I was thinking SFR is what oozes out of Poco Hole every morning...
 

Jetjockey

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SFR, I don't think you are even a pilot. Was able to check on reserve avail on the 757 in both bases. All reserves have been used. The low man for the month was 8:50 minutes credit for the month.

Personally, I think your a lying, flamebaiting sack of feces.
 
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