NoMoBluepill7 karma2016-03-10 19:47:32 UTC
Any word on how it is going sorting through the recent astronaut applications?
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NoMoBluepill7 karma2016-08-02 03:07:10 UTC
What level certification do you hold in the Court of Master Sommeliers (CMS)?
NoMoBluepill2 karma2016-01-27 00:15:50 UTC
Hey! My grandpa was a B-17 pilot during and after WWII, during the war he was stationed in England. Do you think there is any chance you knew him?
I'm currently a test pilot in the Navy, so keeping the tradition alive!
NoMoBluepill2 karma2016-08-02 03:31:27 UTC
There's a hell of a difference between Level 1 and Level 3.
Level 1, pretty much anyone who's been a waiter for a couple years can get: "Open to anyone with several years experience in the restaurant industry, this level consists of two days of classes followed by a multiple choice exam that typically has a 90% pass rate."
Level 3 takes years to prep for: "The Advanced exam consists of a longer theoretical test that is mostly short answer questions, blind tasting of six wines, and a much more intense service exam. The pass rate is usually 30%"
Quite a bit of gall for a Level 1 to say he's "on par" with a Level 3.
Most actual "fine dining sommeliers" would probably be pissed that you are passing yourself off as one of them.
NoMoBluepill2 karma2015-06-04 19:19:46 UTC
Hey, I'm a Navy test pilot and military flight instructor. Where'd you get your degree from?
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