Ahh, I apologize. I didn’t realize my time revolved around your curiosity about my background. You look young, I flew the 737 long before you even thought of aviation as a career. You can either blame the manufacturer or you can blame the real suspect, the airline. The one who ultimately made the decision to put the plane back in the air. Regardless. It doesn’t exclude the fact that the pilots made many mistakes, which resulted in the crash. I’m not sure how long you’ve been flying, but typically when an airline crashes, the investigators are blunt about the truth of what caused it. I’m sorry you think I’m blaming dead guys, I’m not happy about it or anything, I’m just simply pointing out mistakes that need to be accounted for. Media has already backed Boeing into a corner and forced them to apologize or face backlash in sales. I’m sorry you take offense to the truth. This accident will be pilot error, and I can assure you that. Anyone that actually read the report would know. But since we’re talking about backgrounds, I’ll assume you attended CNN flight school and graduated at the top of the class.
Also, to you Chris. I was not ignoring you, I was going to reply to you this morning, which is actually what I meant to do when I came on now. But it seems a troll couldn’t reply to me respectfully, or logically. Only after, when he finally thought of the “perfect” response