When it comes to 14hr days, washing helicopters, check rides, back(-)stabbing because your (sp.) a horrible pilot and can't hover without SAS(space)(Or another pilot sitting next to you to hide behind).
There are some of us(comma) no matter military(comma) retired(comma) or not(comma) who have a work ethic.
No(comma) this is not HAA related, it has to do with our whole industry.
If your (sp.) on fires, we see the same guy, who can't fly the line or hit a water hole.
The HAA guy who finds any reason not to fly, or help out an (sp.) any way(comma) shape(comma) or form.
In tours it's the guy who can't figure out why he has no tips, because he's terrible at what he does.
We have a (sp.) industry filled with non(-)professionals, has bin's (sp.), and in some cases(comma) losers. That's why we have dumb accidents, and no respect among our aviation peers.
Some of you need to find another job(comma) simply.
Sorry you think your (sp.) a Sky King(space)(See Kris Kristofferson)(comma) but the truth is(comma) your (sp.) not. Your (sp.) more like the AquaMan of super hero's (sp./punctuation), and the Just League only keeps you around because they have to.