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#1 Post by pelmet » Tue Sep 12, 2017 7:15 am

Have been listening to a couple of these per day. They are mostly about minor incidents or events with some analysis in an interview.

Overall, I am enjoying them and feel that they are worth listening to.

http://cadors.ca/
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#2 Post by Chris M » Tue Sep 12, 2017 8:49 am

Cool, thanks for sharing!
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#3 Post by AirFrame » Wed Sep 13, 2017 6:48 am

You can use TC's official CADORS page to set up a daily summary email of all the CADORS from your region as well, if you prefer reading to listening.
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#4 Post by pelmet » Wed Sep 13, 2017 6:54 am

AirFrame wrote:You can use TC's official CADORS page to set up a daily summary email of all the CADORS from your region as well, if you prefer reading to listening.
But then you don't have the analysis.
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#5 Post by AirFrame » Fri Sep 15, 2017 6:44 am

Anything that interesting gets discussed here in greater detail than any sane man needs. And it's more than one man's opinion...
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#6 Post by pelmet » Fri Sep 15, 2017 12:13 pm

AirFrame wrote:Anything that interesting gets discussed here in greater detail than any sane man needs. And it's more than one man's opinion...
Not sure what you mean.

Anyways, this is just an interesting add-on analysis for some of the minor events that occur on a daily basis.
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#7 Post by 7ECA » Fri Sep 15, 2017 4:11 pm

Couldn't listen to more than a couple of minutes for the Boundary Bay one.

Analyzing a CADOR from 2001, about an LAHSO incident? my god that was brutal to listen to...
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#8 Post by AirFrame » Sat Sep 16, 2017 8:02 am

pelmet wrote:
AirFrame wrote:Anything that interesting gets discussed here in greater detail than any sane man needs. And it's more than one man's opinion...
Not sure what you mean.
The analysis on CADORS.ca is just one man's opinion. And he goes through too many of them in much too dry detail, honestly.

If a significant event happens, it usually gets posted here on AvCanada, where you get comments from people with 20-20 hindsight, people with useful comments, and sometimes even people who were present and can give first-hand info. As I said, probably much more information than needed for most CADORS.
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#9 Post by CL-Skadoo! » Sat Sep 16, 2017 10:02 am

AirFrame wrote:
pelmet wrote:
AirFrame wrote:Anything that interesting gets discussed here in greater detail than any sane man needs. And it's more than one man's opinion...
Not sure what you mean.
The analysis on CADORS.ca is just one man's opinion. And he goes through too many of them in much too dry detail, honestly.

If a significant event happens, it usually gets posted here on AvCanada, where you get comments from people with 20-20 hindsight, people with useful comments, and sometimes even people who were present and can give first-hand info. As I said, probably much more information than needed for most CADORS.
I think you got it spot on. And what are this guy's credentials?
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#10 Post by pelmet » Sat Sep 16, 2017 12:19 pm

AirFrame wrote:
pelmet wrote:
AirFrame wrote:Anything that interesting gets discussed here in greater detail than any sane man needs. And it's more than one man's opinion...
Not sure what you mean.
The analysis on CADORS.ca is just one man's opinion. And he goes through too many of them in much too dry detail, honestly.

If a significant event happens, it usually gets posted here on AvCanada, where you get comments from people with 20-20 hindsight, people with useful comments, and sometimes even people who were present and can give first-hand info. As I said, probably much more information than needed for most CADORS.
Of course, your analysis of CADORS.ca "is just one man's opinion" as well. I like the detail. Not saying it is correct but has gotten some discussion going on minor issues that in reality, don't get looked at much. This site is more about the bigger incidents which so far, I haven't seen any discussion about on that website. And I wouldn't put any more credibility in what is posted on here, by me or anyone else, than what is said on the website. Plus...no back and forth arguing.

As for dry detail, I have forced myself to plow through incredibly dry technical detail in some accident reports so I am used to it.

Maybe they should do some newer stuff. Anybody know who the person is behind it? Sounds like a western guy.
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#11 Post by AirFrame » Sun Sep 17, 2017 8:44 am

pelmet wrote:Of course, your analysis of CADORS.ca "is just one man's opinion" as well.
CL-Skadoo! wrote:I think you got it spot on.
Well, maybe two people's opinions. :)
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#12 Post by cncpc » Sun Sep 17, 2017 10:10 am

7ECA wrote:Couldn't listen to more than a couple of minutes for the Boundary Bay one.

Analyzing a CADOR from 2001, about an LAHSO incident? my god that was brutal to listen to...
Ya, and the music was shite.
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#13 Post by cncpc » Sun Sep 17, 2017 10:11 am

CL-Skadoo! wrote:
AirFrame wrote:
pelmet wrote: Not sure what you mean.
The analysis on CADORS.ca is just one man's opinion. And he goes through too many of them in much too dry detail, honestly.

If a significant event happens, it usually gets posted here on AvCanada, where you get comments from people with 20-20 hindsight, people with useful comments, and sometimes even people who were present and can give first-hand info. As I said, probably much more information than needed for most CADORS.
I think you got it spot on. And what are this guy's credentials?
He is an aviation enthusiast.

Not that there is anything wrong with that.
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#14 Post by pelmet » Sun Sep 17, 2017 10:45 am

But he always has an experienced person for the analysis.
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#15 Post by bcrockett » Sat Sep 23, 2017 10:46 am

It's me. I appreciate the feedback.

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