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Heather Poole
Flight attendant / Author of the New York Times bestseller CRUISING ATTITUDE: Tales of Crashpads, Crew Drama and Crazy Passengers.
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Heather Poole 4h
Went to see movie . So beautiful it hurts. So magical I doubt I'll live to see another movie like it. Felt a million things at once
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Heather Poole 11h
You guys just tell me you're listening. Tell me you hear me. Tell me you're following along. It helps.
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Heather Poole 11h
. We need all the luck we can get. Luck and lawyers and prayers.
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Heather Poole 11h
We need Michael Moore & to make things happen. The sad thing about going up against big biz. Little guy always loses
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Heather Poole 11h
A few have already been contacted, including (fingers crossed). They are investigating right now.
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Heather Poole 11h
I wish Michael Moore would get involved with our uniform situation. Chemicals in clothing make us sick.
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Heather Poole 12h
I'm so glad AA is willing to keep testing....to prove it's safe. Meanwhile the number of sick flight attendants continue to rise.
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Heather Poole 12h
I haven't written about the uniforms because I'm living the nightmare. Guess it's time to put it all down to share.
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Heather Poole 12h
I just read 's bio. He used to work for US Airways (now American). And there you have it... Everyone's connected.
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Heather Poole 12h
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Heather Poole 12h
AA needs to stand up & do the right thing, like Alaska did when they recalled the uniform (Made by the same manufacturer. Same problems)
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Heather Poole 12h
There's a reason FAs are having reactions more than other groups. Other groups are starting to join us but we were 1st. Environment matters
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Heather Poole 12h
Company is SKEWING THE DATA every time it uses the 70K employee number and when it goes with IOD # instead of # of FAs who had reactions.
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Heather Poole 12h
Maybe needs to take a break from reporting.
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Heather Poole 12h
Take a break.... My God. Who the hell writes that?! Nobody who has a clue about what's really going on.
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Heather Poole 12h
I wonder if anyone told that an allergic reaction is considered personal and therefore isn't considered an IOD (injury on duty)
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Heather Poole 12h
I wonder if realizes how ridiculous that is, considering it's the uniform that is making us sick!
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Heather Poole 12h
1. I wonder if anyone told that the reason they are denying IOD and workers comp claims is because it's an "allergic" reaction.
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Heather Poole 12h
Easy to say when you're on the other side of this.
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Heather Poole 12h
THEY HAVE. They are!!!
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