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Speakthetruth • 9 months ago

Just remember that Greybull owned Monarch. Frankly, I'm surprised they are in the charter airline market again after getting their fingers burned in the UK. Perhaps Tim Jeans (ex Monarch) could be asked for a comment on the Greybull / Condor situation?

steve kane • 9 months ago

Well does anyone remember Comet or Rileys Snooker halls and that great british firm British Steel and please dont forget MONARCH they all ended up in the hands of Brothers Nathaniel & Marc Meyohas ,who are they well they run Greybull one of the firms that are putting in a bid for EX T/Cs airline Condor, now we all know what happened to ALL the above once Greybull got hold of them dont we so what is the betting that IF Greybull get its hands on Condor well??? you all think about it

Julie drewls • 9 months ago

Oh Dear Mr. Kane.

It's called 'business' , something that a communist like your good self would never understand.

People and companies are in business to make money.

I wonder if you ever had a 'job' in your life Mr. Kane.

Were you paid ?

Were you paid what you believed you were worth ?

Did you work for free ?

jimbo • 9 months ago

Truly bizarre.
Riley's Sports bars are still in business.
"If" is a poem by Rudyard Kipling.

steve kane • 9 months ago

Yes but only after GREYBULL took out a fair bit of extra money for them selves

Julie drewls • 9 months ago

It's called 'business' Mr. Kane, something that a communist like your good self would never understand.

People and companies are in business to make money.

I wonder if you ever had a 'job' in your life Mr. Kane.

Were you paid ?

Were you paid what you believed you were worth ?

Did you work for free ?

steve kane • 9 months ago

Transport with 15 ARTICS & 7 RIGIDS for 21yrs sold to a long term Employee for a very fair price under conditions that all employees that wanted too must be kept employed as long as they were good enough to be kept on however Drewls being a DESK JOCKEY driving a DESK all day is i surpose a kind of JOB ????

Julie drewls • 9 months ago

funny that Mr. Kane.

Firstly.

No, Mr. Kane, I am not a desk jockey (like you).

I travel 300+ days a year entertaining clients in 4*+ or 5* resorts.

Secondly.

I've checked records going back to 1962 and no Transport company run by an "S.KANE" exists.

There is a 'R.Kane' but not you is it.

Was this your fantasy ?

Take the medication.

steve kane • 9 months ago

I sometimes wonder what kind of ENTERTAINMENT IS PROVIDED by someone who in there own words travels 300+ days are year and what sort of Clients they are that need that kind of entertaining i surpose you also travel top class as well .

Julie drewls • 9 months ago

I work in the Hospitality Industry Mr. Kane.

I'm an 'influencer' and I get paid for my knowledge and expertise in a number of fields.

What does 'surpose' mean Mr Kane (were you drunk when you typed that message ?)

'I surpose (sic) you also travel top class as well'

Erm. No such thing as 'top class' in travel Mr. Kane, it's either 'economy, business or first' on commercial aircraft.

It's 'luxury class' when I travel on Private jets (typically 20 times a year)

Shame you could not prove you ever owned a haulage company, as your name does not appear on companies house (both current and former directors are searchable).

steve kane • 9 months ago

Drewls why dont you prove who you work for and what kind of ENTERTAINTMENT you provide

Julie drewls • 9 months ago

Oh dear, Mr. Kane.

You really need to take your medication and possibly ask someone who understands English to explain my above answer.

I'll try to make it in such a way that you understand.

I'm an 'influencer' and I get paid for my knowledge and expertise in a number of fields.

In simple English Mr. Kane, this means I earn a commission and I am self employed.

I provide various forms of entertainment, Mr. Kane, from simple things like providing private bands to perform for clients, to hosting events on private yacht's.

So, Mr. Kane, what was the name of that (make believe) company you owned ?

I've asked you TWICE and you didn't reply.

Trevor B • 9 months ago

Are you two married?

It maybe business, but it's not good business. Greybull don't seem to leave a business in a better condition then they found it