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  1. Hi guys, I've been away for a while. I was reminiscing about this place and the many heated... err, interesting discussions in which I've participated over the years. I'm happy to see that many of you are still here and that you appear to be doing well. I remember joining back in the Pam days- in... '96? I'm not sure of the exact date this forum was started but it must be coming up on a 25 year anniversary. Anyway, hello, glad to see the place is still alive and vibrant.
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  2. Strange that other countries apparently had little trouble getting their folks out. Re "HIS" plane, it's not his, it is ours.
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  3. Could have always left Trudeau in China ...
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  4. and have operated it at very arms length from afar. Thanks guys for keeping our play room open
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  5. Tell that to the hundreds of pilots who make a living fighting fires, doing power line maintenance, hauling drilling gear and logging in a helo. They make their bones in the low and slow regime most of the time. I guess they’re all crazy and destined to die.
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  6. Experts are hailing a British Airways flight as the fastest subsonic New York to London journey. However the aircraft had to wait 80 minutes for its scheduled gate to be free before passengers could deplane........
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  7. and in action 1962 https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/935643203578
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  8. Apropos the subject on how to train pilots, there is in my view an excellent insight on PPRuNe, to which, with the Mods' kind permission/understanding, I will take the opportunity afforded by the above subject, to provide a link. I think this contributor has provided one of few keys into achieving a good balance between mere technical proficiency and becoming a professional airman in full sense of the term. Here is the link: https://www.pprune.org/rumours-news/629449-pegasus-accident-saw-just-reported-11.html#post10682528
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  9. Magic 94.9 Web Poll Do you think banning handguns in Canada would curb gun violence? Yes (1.23%) No (98.93%) I’m not sure (0.28%)
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  10. Little surprise years of delay push TMX tab to $12B. Calgary Herald 8 Feb 2020 CHRIS VARCOE Chris Varcoe is a Calgary Herald columnist. cvarcoe@postmedia.com ED KAISER Given the years of delays with political and legal machinations around the expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline to transport Alberta bitumen to tidewater for export in Richmond, B.C., it’s little wonder costs have soared, writes Chris Varcoe. Well, who’d a thunk it? The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, opposed by the B.C. government, dragged into court by opponents and
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