Yes, we have a similar way of doing business, Piers. I should have said that
it was less prevalent on the Continent, but you’ll know better than whether or
not I’m right.
And yes; nothing would induce me to go for that crazy money.
> On 28 Jun 2019, at 10:52, Piers Hemy <piers@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> As if no-fault termination within the first year couldn't happen here, Chris?
> And you are, of course, NOT equating RSAF with the said pile....
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> I’ll add my good wishes for your future, Ken. It sounds like a very fragile
> company organisation for it to fold so quickly, but then I suppose I
> shouldn’t be surprised. it’s the US way (and I don’t like it).
> I’d be wary of the crazy money if it’s in some very hot places; I remember a
> Tornado nav saying about 25 years ago that you’d think that for crazy money
> you could sit for two years on a great big pile of sh*t and not worry about
> it, but you’d be wrong. That was his verdict on working for the air force in
> Saudi, but other places would be much more dangerous, even now.
> Good luck – whatever happens.
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