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Author: Anonymous   Date: 4/4/2021 11:21:47 PM  +0/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

What I'm trying to say, in a kind of figure-of-speech way, is that when something happens that is obviously the result of stupidity and incompetence on the part of a crew of pilots...whether it be one, two, or even that there were no "real pilots" aboard. Oh the guy or guys (or girl or girls...) may have had a certificate in their pocket, they may have passed a check and completed training, but when the time came to do some of that pilot stuff, they just didn't have it in them. Can you understand this, now, or do you have to have everything spelled out for you in completely literal language? What's your score on the autism spectrum?

Examples are this one under discussion, and the Kobe Bryant case. All that had to happen, in both, is that the pilot or pilots just had to establish an instrument climb straight ahead. Yet the one in California and the two on board this one in Kentucky just couldn't hack that very simple task. Were they pilots? Not the way I see it.


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