"Canadi>nBoy(I will permit you the >), you should come on over, we'd be happy happy to chat along with a guy with strong ties to aviation. No idea you were french!"
Me no Francois-Canadienne, monseiur! Me Irish Catholic with a wee dash of Spanish! Me oh so sexy and suave ex-steward/sky-mattress/trolleypusher!
Me too sexy for Milan, too sexy for Japan!
Too sexy for Galley duty
I'm an ex sky-hag, ya know what I mean?
And I do my little walk on the Airbus
Yeah on the Airbus
On the Airbus
Ohhhhhh, I shake my little tush on the Airbus
Hmmmm, if ONLY I could stay away from those Goddamned buffet tables at the Mandarin AND Amato Pizza on College Street...oh hell, ALL
Thanks for your "blessing" in regards to the ">" eh! Yes yes, I know, I know, get my brain outta da past and face the future. But...one must adhere to our rich Canadian aviation history and be the "keeper of the flame", no?
I know, I know I really should haul my jumpseat ass over to Pearson and meet up with the motley GTAE crew one of these fine days, and besides, T1-roof days are numbered.
I must say that I would find myself amongst exceptionally good company, what with the YYZ
(and GTA) gang here whom I have never met but have had the good fortune to get to somewhat know (and to be educated with every post and thread they type) GMonney, Awspicious, Captaingomes, AirCanadaMn, Rootsgirl, Dripstick, Slawko, Rindt, you-Cessnapimp, Lasbagman (goota love them ex-Canadi>ners, eh?) Oh, and.......uh......err......umm........
Just joshin ya. AND anyone else in the Great White Aviation North whom I neglected to mention. Each of you, all of you, are, in my opinion amongst the most educated, knowledgeable, insightful and interesting and thank God LIBERALLY minded people on this entire website. I mean that sincerely. But then I suppose I guess its no coincidence that we all happen to be CANADI>N!!! (couldn't resist!!).
I do hope to one day soon have the absolute privilege and pleasure of meeting all of you and standing on the roof of T1, doing, well,
as the AmercianAirlines (pardon the non-patriotic reference) song goes:
"doin what we do best!"
Ciao for now, my fellow Canuckbirds.