Man, that's a classless thing to wish.
Why is it that some like Siegel go on and on with no good track record? He failed miserably at airways while I was there and then another carrier picks him up. His ethics leave a lot to be desired, at airways he said he was in it for the long haul and in about a week or two, he bolted with 4.5 million.David Siegel eh? Wouldn't you love to give one of these idiots a job interview?
"So, Dave, can you give us a list of your most recent and most catastrophic failures as a business leader?"
"Well I'd be happy to. There's an airline called USAirways, are you familiar?"
"Yes, let's move on. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?"
"Interviewing at another airline I suppose, bringing my wealth of experience as a Corporate Grim Reaper of sorts, Maybe Alaska or Hawaiian."
"What about our airline?"
"Whatddya mean 'What about our airline?' If you care so much for your precious little airline why don't you call that golden boy Doug Parker to run it for you? I'm here to grab a few hundred million and hand out pink slips, not build you some shrine to business ethics or somethin'."
"I thought you guys worked as a team, like syphilis and penicillin"