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  1. That is the key sentence, "their fault or not". Choose wisely, study hard, be responsible. Funny how so many of our grandparents came over, started work early, lived within their means, didn't waste money and ended up with a decent lifestyle. But now people want to live beyond their means. I worked the ramp too. Was good fun for a airline pilot wannabe. A lot of us moved on, many to be pilots. A couple of guys have their own a chain of stores now. I bet they busted their asses to get there though. Some stayed behind as well. Why should the guys that stayed behind get the money from the st
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  2. I am more than willing to do without Trudeau.
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  3. The deicers of the world stand in danger of getting exactly what they are asking for. It's a grave mistake to think this all goes away if Biden wins the WH. Up the violence a bit with IEDs, targeted shootings (etc... long list) and the reprisal attacks start; at that point it doesn't matter who wins the WH. The danger for political parties (of all stripes) is thinking they have control over their own extremist entities. You can't tell where people have been based on their posts.... but you can sure as hell tell where they haven't been.
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  4. That is because some people, as we all know, can't be happy with the choices they have made in life and the limited financial outlook they have created for themselves. They want more, from those who made good life decisions, sacrificed and created their own well to do financial situation. If a group of people refuse to study at school, play hockey all day instead in the expectation that they will become a multi-millionaire superstar(even though it only happens to 0.01% of those who try), end up with little chance of much more than a minimum wage job and then somehow expect to slide in ahe
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  5. call it Murder, that is what it was.
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  6. Agreed, he hit the ignore list on the very first post. I'm simply not interested in noise.
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  7. I am reasonably confident that the Liberal government - or any federal government under the circumstances - would want the shareholders of the airlines to bear the brunt of the storm for as long as possible. Bailing out companies early on, after several fat years prior to the pandemic (as the US has done) would have been deeply unpopular. It would not have wanted to bail out, AC, for example, in a manner that would have enabled TA to resist getting a big haircut on the acquisition by AC. The optics are improving now that airlines have parked a lot of planes, laid off employees, and in the
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  8. Did Transport Canada hire somebody from CBC to write the CADORS reports for them ??
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