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Bert Botta
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Christian, Writer, Husband of most beautiful wife, author: Fast Lane to Faith, copywriter, LED Commercial lighting rep, Cash Back for Online Shopping
Christian, Writer, Husband of most beautiful wife, author: Fast Lane to Faith, copywriter, LED Commercial lighting rep, Cash Back for Online Shopping

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This is pastor JD Farag, an Arab Christian pastor in Hawaii.

The video will rattle your cage if you're not a believer or you think things are just hunky dory and things are going to limp along, business as usual!

It's intended to present the truth of what is taking place in our world today, not condemn Muslim believers. 

It's guaranteed to, shall we say, "stimulate" conversation and controversy.

So have at it...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-DIQZRfCso
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Bert Botta commented on a post on Blogger.
Beautiful piece Christine. I had always wanted to fly into remote areas, especially after I got a DC3 rating on the GI Bill. I saw myself flying along, skimming the tops of the jungle canopy, white scarf flowing out the open cockpit window, putting down on a dirt strip somewhere to serve those in need. 

My heart has always been with the "little people" as I call them, although they are always the ones who teach me how life is supposed to be lived. But God had other plans for me.

He got me hired at TWA for a great career and now He's got me doing copywriting for aviation companies who need to have their message in front of the public. 

Have a great and blessed New Year.

Bert

www.bottacopywriting.com
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While a Netjets flying job ranks right up there with the "best job a pilot can have" it carries with it some big frustrations. Like having to get up at 2, 3 a.m., reporting to the airport and having to sit around for hours, waiting for a call to go fly that often never comes. Pilots are often coerced, sometimes not so gently, to remain on duty even though many of them are fatigued and won't call it. Many of the pilots are often reluctant to call fatigue because of a pilot's inherent willingness to do the job they love and are paid to do. Through better communication between management, and the flight crew schedulers, this is only one of the frustrations that Netjets pilots endure and the company could end. The superb safety training that Netjets pilots get is one of the reasons that there aren't more 'incidents' or accidents. And it's not only a pay issue, it's time to bring these flight operations into the 21st century with realistic scheduling and a cooperative attitude between management and the flight crews. I would oftentimes walk into the head office in Columbus and could cut the air with a knife, the stress would be so palpable. This company carries some of the wealthiest, most influential, people on the planet and if there were an accident traceable to fatigue or stress you know things would change....
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Very cool stuff. We all need to save money, eh.
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Bert Botta commented on a post on Blogger.
Forget about Nostradamus, the planetary alignments and all the other psuedo prophets.

Anyone who predicts "exactly" when something like this is going to happen isn't paying attention to God's plan.

No one can know when the "end times" will come but you can bet your boots we're getting closer than at any other time in history. 

Preparation is key. And that preparation is getting right with God. 
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