Baggage Fees on Air Canada

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Re: Baggage Fees on Air Canada

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Guyana? What the f--k are you going to do there? Oh well, I've always wanted to fly in an old Antonov... perhaps I can kill two birds with one stone! :lol:
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twotterflyer......Rockie compares me to Jim Jones....who had a place in Guiana for his flock......

Somehow Rockie thinks anyone who listens to anything I say are joining my cult....

This is how he sees me.


Well don't leave the lights on for me Reverend Jim. Cults aren't really my thing.
Weird huh?
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Tell me Cat, this "Rockie" fellow wouldn't happen to wear a russian fur hat at times? Sightly nuts, and happens to have a beautiful daughter that I've watched sing (she was good too) at a bar a couple of years ago?
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I haven't the faintest idea who this Rockie fellow is twotterflogger but he has a gun phobia among other things so I doubt if you will run into him walking around by himself in Luanda or Lagos. :mrgreen:

Then again maybe you would, he could be there trying to bring in a gun registry to make those places safe to walk around in. :smt040
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Re: Baggage Fees on Air Canada

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You are a sensitive one aren't you .?
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Naw, I wouldn't call me sensitive in your case Rockie.

I'm just playing your game.

I bet you would be real fun to work with. :rolleyes:
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No complaints so far. But then I'm not a narcissistic blowhard with the maturity of a ten year old.
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Quit trying to suck up to me, flattery will get you nowhere.

I just love your way of pigeonholing people.

At least I'm not a myopic sycophant roaming through life without a clue of how the world really works Rockie....I just love your blind defense of how the top levels of TC really works.

Anyhow enough..you can now make your usual mindless retort and have the last say and we will agree to disagree.
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No ., I was talking about Clunkdriver.... I though Rockie might have been a play on his first name....


So tell me Clunkdriver, does my above description ring a bell? Might I be right? Are you who I think you might be :)
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Now you're imagining things . because I've never defended how the top levels of TC works. I do know however most people don't respond very well to repeated invitations to go f**k themselves which seems to be your only way of dealing with authority figures. You have the social skills of a wolverine.

Anyway, at least you're spelling Rockie correctly now.
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Rockie, social skills are when you are interacting with people by your own choice.

When interacting with authority figures one generally reacts based on the manner in which the authority figure starts the interaction.

However if one wishes to be subservient regardless of the attitude of said authority figure that is your own choice.

Subservient people enable bullies, conversely bullies seldom take on wolverines more than once.
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Anyhow the conversation was rather brief, they advised me they had reason to believe I was working outside of Canada and not declaring my earnings....I asked for ID which they produced.

"I asked them if they were Tax Lawyers to which they answered yes.

I said then you are educated enough to understand go fu.k yourself.

The man said..you can't talk that way in front of a lady.

I said she is not a lady she is just another Tax collecting scum like you so go fu.k yourself.

Anyhow they hounded me for about three years with the same results....go fu.k yourself.

Haven't heard from them in a long while, I kind of miss them."



Sound familiar? Or was that just you being a blowhard again.
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Rockie:

Three things that are relevant to that issue.

(1) The initial contact by said authority figures was very officious and uncalled for.

(2) I did not owe any monies to the Canadian government...period.

(3) You have no idea of what transpired, however you take it upon yourself to be judge and jury of something you have not a clue about.

And that Rockie is why I do not care to take this crap from you, sniping from the dark is the sign of a coward.
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Government officials are officious. It's what you might call their job and is why they're called officials. Telling them to f**k themselves until they go away does not really make them go away. They retreat and start building their case. Good luck.
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Rockie, please quit being condescending.

Your ignorance of my issues with TC and the government of Canada which TC is part of are evident by your failure to understand the simple fact they owe me.....you are confusion is evident by your last statement.....why would they build a case against me when they owe me, not me owing them?

So please find another hobby horse to ride.
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