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Old 7th Feb 2022, 07:38
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Originally Posted by Bend alot
As for him wearing a pilot uniform any place in public - I personally see no issue UNLESS he is wearing employer logo items (such as wings). I see all over the place pilots in uniform obviously, 1 item removed when drinking.
I had another look, and yes, he is wearing Qantas pilot wings complete with company logo accompanying the lanyard. I'm surprised the lawyers haven't told him to knock it off, people at companies I've worked at have gotten severely talked to for wearing uniform items to things like fancy dress parties when the photos turn up on social media.
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 07:45
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Originally Posted by Bend alot
If you want an answer.

People are asked to attend these rally's/protests in uniform or items that resemble the industry that they worked in.

As for him wearing a pilot uniform any place in public - I personally see no issue UNLESS he is wearing employer logo items (such as wings). I see all over the place pilots in uniform obviously, 1 item removed when drinking.

Is he still a pilot?

The numbers were pretty big in Canberra, takes a lot to facilitate that size of event, for what seems about a week now. Truckers in Ottawa (massive numbers) certainly have out played the police force there & had zero concern when GoFundMe pulled the $9M donations.

I would have money on Mr Hood getting a seat at the table with the PM for discussions this week, I doubt any other here on Pprune will get an invite.
youíll lose your money. He is a first class jerk. A disgrace to the profession.
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 07:49
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Originally Posted by Bend alot
I would have money on Mr Hood getting a seat at the table with the PM for discussions this week, I doubt any other here on Pprune will get an invite.
I too will take that bet please - put me down for $50 (or any value higher that youíre willing to stake).
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 08:30
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Let’s go back to the start, this bloke is an A pilot so jumped in just after the dispute, got a great gig at the expense of others, I’m not going to mention the S word because it’s been too long. As someone who has flown with this guy for approx 100 hours in the past, can I just assure everyone he was a great Captain to fly with, there was no intonation or stuff he talked about outside of work with all the religious stuff. He just seems to have become unhinged the last couple of years ago with COVID, but that’s normal, some people just find it hard to change with seismic changes in life, especially if everything hinges around the ghost in the sky, I’ve found the more religious types have been the hardest hit these last 2 years as they rely on a fairy for guidance rather than their own will, just my take on it. You need to believe in yourself, not some imaginary clown.
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 08:37
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Originally Posted by De_flieger
It's not illegal, but seeing a retired or otherwise not employed pilot wandering around in their old uniform and epaulettes, complete with a lanyard with company logos for a non-existent ASIC and an Akubra is more than a bit weird. It'd look marginally more respectable if it was a complete uniform, not bits and pieces with slogans written on it, but even then it'd be a bit out there.


I'll take that bet. $50 says he doesn't sit down with the PM this week? Especially after the rigmarole of his singing efforts and his "bringing the power of jesus casting out the demons" on the twitter posts.

Edit - Having just spent ten minutes listening to one of his speeches, filled with references to the Anzacs and bringing Jesus back into schools and Lest We Forget and spoken prayer, "more than a bit weird" looks to be completely on brand for him. Would've been a long trip with him on your roster....
Try this one.

https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=46...82&ref=sharing


P.S this is how Canada is going. Personal Security for Justin Trudeau quits and gives reasons.

Seems you need to research that link censored.
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 08:56
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Not exactly Clarke and Dawe is it?
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 09:50
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Not exactly Clarke and Dawe is it?
He seems to attract the religious. I have one very religious friend at work.. who has slowly but completely gone off the rails ( no pun intended) in the last 2 years. Seeing conspiracies everywhere, to the point now he is no longer able to work.
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 10:10
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i have a good old ex-friend who went down that rabbit hole and appears, from my perspective, to have lost his rational mind.

I think the suspension of disbelief required of the faithful (of any stripe) eventually ends in them abandoning their critical thinking skills because they are inconsistent with the comfort they find in their god.

Religious people are targeted by politicians like Trump and Morrison because they are a proven particularly gullible subset of the population and can be fleeced out of money in exchange for a few hollow promises.
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 10:12
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Why do so many people keep laying into Satan? Leave him alone. Many a good rock band or film actor have sold their souls to the devil and then received major wealth and fame in return. Surely old Lucifer ainít all that bad?

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Old 7th Feb 2022, 10:24
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Originally Posted by SOPS
He seems to attract the religious. I have one very religious friend at work.. who has slowly but completely gone off the rails ( no pun intended) in the last 2 years. Seeing conspiracies everywhere, to the point now he is no longer able to work.
Most the crowd (at Canberra) do not seem to fit the religious profile ALL 500 of them.
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 10:27
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If you have any humour left in you guys - this is funny.

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Old 7th Feb 2022, 10:39
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Originally Posted by Paragraph377
Why do so any people keep laying into Satan? Leave him alone. Many a good rock band or film actor have sold their souls to the devil and then received major wealth and fame in return. Surely old Lucifer ainít all that bad?
He is just misunderstood.
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 10:46
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Originally Posted by Angle of Attack
Letís go back to the start, this bloke is an A pilot so jumped in just after the dispute, got a great gig at the expense of others, Iím not going to mention the S word because itís been too long. As someone who has flown with this guy for approx 100 hours in the past, can I just assure everyone he was a great Captain to fly with, there was no intonation or stuff he talked about outside of work with all the religious stuff. He just seems to have become unhinged the last couple of years ago with COVID, but thatís normal, some people just find it hard to change with seismic changes in life, especially if everything hinges around the ghost in the sky, Iíve found the more religious types have been the hardest hit these last 2 years as they rely on a fairy for guidance rather than their own will, just my take on it. You need to believe in yourself, not some imaginary clown.
Very glad of your comment - I expected to get attacked for mine on this forum.
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 11:01
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Originally Posted by Bend alot

The numbers were pretty big in Canberra, takes a lot to facilitate that size of event, for what seems about a week now. Truckers in Ottawa (massive numbers) certainly have out played the police force there & had zero concern when GoFundMe pulled the $9M donations.
I think youíre overstating the impact of these groups now. The battle over the Covid vaccination has already been fought and conclusively lost by the anti-vaxxers.

96% of Australians 16+ have had at least one dose of a vaccine. 85% of Canadian truck drivers have too.

Mandates arenít going to be dropped. No policies will be changed. In time this movement will fizzle out, just like their predecessors in the anti migrant protests a few years back fizzled out, and then those involved will either fade into nothingness, wise up and quietly get the jab, or continue to hold out and then suffer the consequences of contracting the virus whilst being unvaccinated.

But as the vast majority are now vaxxed theyíll continue to get on with their lives as normal and give little thought to the tiny fraction who wonít.

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Old 7th Feb 2022, 20:19
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They are not just anti-vaxxers. They are a grab bag of conspiracy theorists, "sovereign citizens" and those who express a faith that has very little to do with what I would call mainstream Christianity. Every society has the people on the fringes. The 2 years (so far) of Covid has given all the dispirit groups a common focus so they are gathering to protest against whatever their particular issue is. I have met many pilots who can be described as nutters and they were definitely in the anti-religion camp. The author C.S. Lewis wrote a book about Satan, "The Screwtape Letters", some of you might find it interesting.
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Originally Posted by ruprecht
Australian Idol has really gone downhill…


https://mobile.twitter.com/sos149/st...39913910501376
Blond- "Are you a good pilot?"

Graham- "I can hold my own."

Blond-" Good- so I won't have to worry about you making a living as a singer..."
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 22:13
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Originally Posted by Paragraph377
Why do so many people keep laying into Satan? Leave him alone. Many a good rock band or film actor have sold their souls to the devil and then received major wealth and fame in return. Surely old Lucifer ainít all that bad?
Quoting Jim Jefferies- "God and Satan don't get along, but only God wrote a book about it. As far as i'm concerned, Satan is just being the bigger man..."
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 22:16
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I would have money on Mr Hood getting a seat at the table with the PM for discussions this week, I doubt any other here on Pprune will get an invite.
In for $50.
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Old 7th Feb 2022, 23:44
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Don't know if this will work,, comment from "The New Daily" yesterday
https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/nati...20208_with_tag

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