- May 25, 2006
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That's the way it goes. Life is all about receiving information, taking steps to verify, and making judgments about it.The problem is that clown is teaching and peddling nonsense, and the people he teaches go on to repeat the same nonsense. And they don't have the inclination to go actually look it up.
This is an old argument. Been seeing it for years. Here's another version of the same thing:
You want tailwheel training, so you go to the guy who everyone says is the best TW instructor east of the Mississippi. You take a lesson. He refuses to endorse the lesson because you put the time in the PIC column. He insists you can't log it as PIC until after you have the endorsement.
I actually remember this one. And yes, the poster was told in no uncertain terms by a bunch of people to get rid of that instructor because "that clown is teaching and peddling nonsense." After all if he's wrong about writing somehting on a piece of paper, what can he possibly teach about flying a tailwheel.