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Pilot v Logistics Officer

Old 21st Jan 2011, 16:41
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Pilot v Logistics Officer

If this doesn't make you laugh, nothing will, aircrew or stacker alike.


YouTube - RAF Pilot and Logistics Officer
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Old 21st Jan 2011, 17:07
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Oh god, these are getting tedious now...
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Funny once.
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Old 23rd Jan 2011, 05:01
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And still funny if it happens to be your "once"

Don't be such hard arses, just becuse you've seen it.
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Old 23rd Jan 2011, 13:14
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Why not just call a storeman a Storeman................. I suppose Logistics Officer sounds more des res. one of my pet hates, the changing of job descriptions just to make the job more exciting than what it actually is.
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Old 23rd Jan 2011, 13:18
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But cheaper than paying them more money
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Old 23rd Jan 2011, 14:27
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NutLoose - if I thought you understood A1-A9 / J1-J9, I might try and educate you.
I guess there comes a time in a man's life when things just start changing too quickly for you. At least there's still Werther's Originals, eh?
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At least there's still Werther's Originals, eh?
But they only hit the market in the 1990's in that form, about the same time as the Typhoon, so thanks for saying I am current

if I thought you understood A1-A9 / J1-J9
So, That'll be the same as Dustmen who migrated to Refuse collectors who then migrated to Refuse collection operatives and on to Waste Disposal Operatives, but still chuck the stuff on the back of a truck........ same job different title!

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Old 24th Jan 2011, 05:13
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Your dustman analogy is rather random to say the least and at least shows you really don't understand. I believe you are an Engineer - which operates under the A4 / J4 banner - that of logistics. This sort of thing is useful once you can't hold a spanner any longer.

Bless you for trying.
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I've just accepted an offer from M&S Insurance to have my home surveyed for an estimate for cavity wall insulation.

The letter confirming the arrangements (which included a 10 page contract for the work) advised me that the nice lady who was writing to me would be my point of contact and was my; CUSTOMER JOURNEY CONSULTANT

What a load of spherical objects!

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Old 24th Jan 2011, 17:55
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There are better clips too. Saw one which was Pilot v. Middle East Pilot. Hilarious (and worryingly accurate!).
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