The Fortnightly Delightfully Brief, Pithyand Wholly Idiosyncratic Newsletter - June 15, 2012 Volume 1, Edition 11


In This Issue:

- The Facts

- Seafarers vs. Airfarers

- Diatribe

- Kings Point

- Urgings

- Excerpt from Seafarers vs. Airfarers:

Pithy - It is often said that the airplane people are treated as human beings; seafarers are treated as criminals. In the US that is true. Foreign airfarers (is that a word?) get special visa privileges, special passes and wave-throughs, have no detention on their aircraft in the US and so forth and so on. Is a jet jock inherently socially better than a seafarer?

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