777236ER From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Posted (11 years 11 months 4 days 3 hours ago) and read 2038 times:
Please note that the following is not endorsed by Singapore Airlines PLC and it's associates, including Singapore Airlines Sanitary Towels Incorporated.
As i peruse the blue landscape of Airliners.net (most un-Singaporean. I am unimpressed) I realised some things have changed. Mcringring is gone, and Matt D makes sporadic posts (coincidence? - 777236ER). I must say for some strange reason I miss their as(s)inine non-Singapore Air banter with its strangely alluring homosexual undertones.
KROC has changed too. No longer the hell-raising young rabscallian that he was, he's now just another mod, desperatly trying to suck up to Hepkat (ahem - 777236ER). Still, that doesn't mean we all can't appreciate one of these strange "innuendo" threads. Personally, I am unimpressed. The forums at http://www.nakedsingaporeairlinesflightattendants.com have much better discussions (and photos!). Still, I suppose one might get some enjoyment out of this thread. (Especially Arsenal@LHR - 777236ER).
I guess some things never change though. We're Nuts still sends me those naked pictures of himself, for some reason.
IHadAPheo From United States of America, joined Sep 2001, 6027 posts, RR: 55
Reply 1, posted (11 years 11 months 4 days 3 hours ago) and read 1990 times:
I was flying Singapore Airlines and I noticed that the swizzle stick in my non-alcohol screwdirver had a chip in the Singapore Airlines logo I was not impressed I did however smile at the FA she did not smile back I again was not impressed.
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Jcs17 From United States of America, joined Jun 2001, 8065 posts, RR: 38
Reply 18, posted (11 years 11 months 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 1893 times:
ACA Launches Jim Rome Letter-Writing Campaign In Response To "Vicious" Statements Against Chiropractic
The American Chiropractic Association is urging doctors of chiropractic nationwide to launch a letter-writing campaign to sports radio personality Jim Rome, who made vicious comments against the chiropractic profession on his Aug. 15 radio broadcast. The ACA is also asking doctors to send letters voicing their outrage to program directors at radio stations that air the Jim Rome show, as well as major advertisers on the program.
Jim Rome is one of the nation's top sports personalities. His nationally syndicated radio show airs on 130 stations throughout the United States and Canada. Jim Rome is also the host of Fox Sports "The Last Word" show that features candid interviews with some of America's top sports figures.
On his Aug. 15 radio show, Rome referred to chiropractors as "witch doctors," and claimed that they "ruin people's spines for a living" so that patients will have to keep coming back to their offices. In addition, he compared chiropractors to palm and tarot card readers, and referred to them as "veterinary school rejects," among other derogatory statements. Rome challenged the profession to name one other health care professional that offers services in a shopping mall.
In response, ACA sent a strongly worded letter to Rome pointing out the long list of health care services offered in shopping malls and grocery stores--such as flu shots, blood sugar tests, cholesterol screenings and a host of others. ACA also took Rome to task for his vicious statements and expressed his surprise that a sports personality could be so out of touch with the importance of chiropractic in the world of sports. ACA also challenged Rome to set the record straight by interviewing Dr. Alan Sokoloff, official chiropractor for the world champion Baltimore Ravens, or Dr. Ralph Filson, Mark McGwire's personal chiropractor and the official chiropractor for the St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Rams, on either his radio or television program.
The ACA urges doctors nationwide to let Jim Rome know that the chiropractic profession will no longer allow comments such as his to go unchallenged. Write, fax or call the Jim Rome show with your own comments, or use ACA's letter of response as an example. In addition, express your outrage to radio program directors and advertisers affiliated with the Jim Rome show. Let them know that the nation's 60,000 doctors of chiropractic and their tens of millions of patients will not tolerate this type of unwarranted attack. Contact information for the Jim Rome show appears below. For a copy of ACA’s letter to Jim Rome, as well as a list of radio program directors and major advertisers, visit ACA’s Web site at http://www.acatoday.com/media/letters/jim_rome.html.