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Old 01-12-2019, 04:47 AM   #40  
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Originally Posted by CaptDave View Post
And just to clarify to the snowflakes...


Axe: noun
1.
a tool typically used for chopping wood, usually a steel blade attached at a right angle to a wooden handle.
"I started swinging the axe at the lumps of driftwood"
synonyms: hatchet, cleaver; More
2.
INFORMAL
a musical instrument, especially one played by a jazz or rock musician.
verb
1.
end, cancel, or dismiss suddenly and ruthlessly.
"the company is axing 125 jobs"
synonyms: cancel, withdraw, drop, abandon, end, terminate, put an end to, discontinue; More
2.
cut or strike with an axe, especially violently or destructively.
"the door had been axed by the firefighters"


Ask: verb
1.
say something in order to obtain an answer or some information.
"people are always asking questions"
synonyms: inquire (of), query, want to know, question, put a question to, interrogate, quiz, cross-question, cross-examine, catechize; More
2.
request (someone) to do or give something.
"Mary asked her father for money"
synonyms: request, demand, appeal to, apply to, petition, call on, entreat, beg, implore, exhort, urge, enjoin, importune, pray, solicit, beseech, plead with, sue, supplicate; More
noun
1.
US
a request, especially for a donation.
"it was an awkward ask for more funding"


So many pilots are still offended with “your”, “you’re” and “there”, “they’re” and “their” but if someone points out axe vs ask, it’s racist? Hahaha. Pardon me for expecting more professionalism from a profession that claims to be full of professionals. Get over yourselves.

Maybe he was referring to his favorite body spray?
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