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I for one am happy that the chickens are coming home to roost. Those that don’t already know have to learn that there ain’t nothing for free.


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I for one am happy that the chickens are coming home to roost. Those that don’t already know have to learn that there ain’t nothing for free.


If you are happy about the chickens you must not have very many eggs in the basket, or you just like to see people punished.

As a certain former president said "watch your 401k's plummet under the new administration." It's not about chickens, it's about elections having consequences.


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I for one am happy that the chickens are coming home to roost. Those that don’t already know have to learn that there ain’t nothing for free.


The collateral damage of said roosting has a very good chance of being global and catastrophic. No one should be happy about it.

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I for one am happy that the chickens are coming home to roost. Those that don’t already know have to learn that there ain’t nothing for free.


If you are happy about the chickens you must not have very many eggs in the basket, or you just like to see people punished.

As a certain former president said "watch your 401k's plummet under the new administration." It's not about chickens, it's about elections having consequences.




You and I are in total agreement. And believe me, I have eggs in the basket. I don’t like to see people getting punished, but sometimes some people need to learn a lesson. I was resigned a long time ago to an upcoming period of pain. Hopefully it does some good. History shows that pain often leads to change.

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Bruce, the following is NOT directed at you.

"Issues" with airline travel are as varied as the people exposed to them. Masks are a total non-issue to me. What kind of limp ******* sissy can't "stand" a mask? Send me your shipping address and I'll send you a couple of pecans so you will have some nuts.

My issue is simply crowds of people and the FACT that many of them are contagious.

The next very legitimate fear is simply flight interruptions that are mostly no fault of the airlines themselves.

We are all in this together. I'm tire of covid, but I'm more tired of the whiners. :beechslap:

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Mask's are a non-issue with me also John. I just don't wear one. I don't fly commercial either and won't. No fricking way.


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Bruce, the following is NOT directed at you.

"Issues" with airline travel are as varied as the people exposed to them. Masks are a total non-issue to me. What kind of limp ******* sissy can't "stand" a mask? Send me your shipping address and I'll send you a couple of pecans so you will have some nuts.

My issue is simply crowds of people and the FACT that many of them are contagious.

The next very legitimate fear is simply flight interruptions that are mostly no fault of the airlines themselves.

We are all in this together. I'm tire of covid, but I'm more tired of the whiners. :beechslap:

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Mask's are a non-issue with me also John. I just don't wear one. I don't fly commercial either and won't. No fricking way.


And Tom expresses what about 95% of our clients are saying.

I don't mind wearing it while on the airplane, might even prefer it, some slight protection is better than none. I despise having to wear it in the airport. It just doesn't make sense, anywhere else I go, no matter the crowd size, no mask... yet the airport.

I don't like it because I can't talk on the phone. I wish I didn't have to fly the airlines, I would not.

I'll be driving 12 hours each way to Wichita to avoid the airlines.
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You need a Bonanza and a flight instructor.


If we are spending Chip’s money, I would vote FIKI Barron and a pro pilot.


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If Chip had one of these, he could transport his clients with no masks required. Or, start his own "No Masks" airline.


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If Chip had one of these, he could transport his clients with no masks required. Or, start his own "No Masks" airline.


A tad breezy no?

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If Chip had one of these, he could transport his clients with no masks required. Or, start his own "No Masks" airline.


Well, masks might be Optional, but Goggles are MANDATORY !

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Well, masks might be Optional, but Googles are MANDATORY !


Have you Googled FIKI goggles?


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I'm not too sure about the passenger's wife with the look on her face. I've seen that look on my wife's face before, and it usually means "you got me into this, and just wait 'til we get home." ;)


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I'm not too sure about the passenger's wife with the look on her face.

I suggest a visit to your local optometrist before you next flight physical.

I did notice The Breezy was equipped with missiles. Obviously this is the more expensive "special missions" package.

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I'm not too sure about the passenger's wife with the look on her face.

I suggest a visit to your local optometrist before you next flight physical.


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