propoach25 karma2020-03-23 00:53:11 UTC
jonesey! been following you on twitter since your account was private; you “get” social media, unlike most athletes (thank you for replying to a few of my tweets over the years). i’m a mets fan, but i’ve always been a huge fan, and wished you signed with us after baltimore.
i know you’re a big nike guy, especially air monarchs haha.... i always see crazy equipment coming out of japan (especially gloves). have you seen any heat that caught your eye in japan?
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propoach13 karma2017-02-15 13:48:29 UTC
100k km in 3 years won't even qualify you for basement level status on most airlines. this is a joke.
propoach4 karma2017-07-16 07:19:43 UTC
chiming in here, if you're in the US and you or a family member have damage similar to the OP, two of the best people you can see are susan mackinnon in st louis and l. scott levin in philadelphia.
not to give false hope to anyone, but the work that both of them are capable of is nothing short of amazing. this includes their pain management, which can sometimes (unfortunately) end up being deadlier than the original trauma.
propoach2 karma2017-02-15 15:59:50 UTC
100k km over three years isn't even 25k mi/yr. i think that's the minimum even for A3/TK *G.
bottom line: someone flying that little is by no means a frequent flyer qualified to give an AMA as an "expert/hacker". i'm UA 1K with plenty of industry knowledge, yet i wouldn't dare to call myself an expert - nevermind have the hubris to consider doing an AMA. "flight guru" haha.... good one. OP doesn't even know what a FD is.
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