Sunday, February 11, 2018

Rethinking my stance on flying

Since the implementation of the Patriot act, and the over the top searches and screening procedures, I have taken the stance that I am done with flying commercial. That attitude has been reinforced by the conduct of airline personnel, especially those of United. Yes, I need some dental work, but I will hold out as long as I can, then and only then, will I seek out a dentist.
Well, my core has been shaken! I may just decide to again travel the friendly skies, or should I say the very friendly skies of??? Vietjet Air? Talk about awesome service! Even the CEO of the airline, Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao is an awesome beauty at 47! It seems crazy weird to see a capitalist venture being successful in a communist country, but She is a self made billionaire. Yes, her airline got hit with a fine as did the staff who performed, but hey, it sells, and that is how money is made.
United Dentistry can still suck boogers.


Gregory said...

I don't understand about the dentistry thing. Curious. Will you elaborate on it some?

JeremyR said...

United knocked a couple teeth loose on the doctor they ejected.

Gregory said...

Oh, ya. I remember. Sorry for making you keyboard more. I was a professional pilot earlier in life. But As my years came to an end, I found that I was getting searched way too often. I was a cargo pilot and had to park my plane in DIA at terminal A for quite a while. Every time me and my copilot showed for work in the AM we would be pulled aside and had the works gone over us. I could point right out the window at the turboprop plane we were flying and I would tell them that that is ther plane we are leaving on, and they needn't worry, but they kept on searching me, every time, even up to six days in a row. DIA is full of full on retards.....or anti-white racists.