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Since there was no safety issue in THIS instance, the desire to crucify the guy is vicious, mean, draconian and sadistic. If someone used the same criteria for you when you screwed up something, you'd be whining and demanding government intervention!
From the very first all I have done was to defend against your Nazi-like draconian ideas of punishment. And yet you continue to go back to accusing me of defending the wrong behavior of the employee. This is your second stupidity.
You demonstrate a lack of intellectual capacity for discussions by not being able to understand the argument in the first place, not being able to follow a line of thought in the second place, and not being able to communicate without name-calling. I'll bet your everyday language consists of primarily profanity. No go back in your hole and take reading lessons.
I never back-spinned. From the very first post - go back and read if you can - I only defended him against your harsh idea of appropriate punishment. I never said sleeping was okay, so there is no need to produce a rule that says it is so quit being stupid and get over it.
It is a policy that a controller be tested for drugs in any incident just to rule out that as an issue. This happens even if an airplane crashes and the controller had nothing to do with it.
You want me to come up with some rule that says it was okay for the guy to sleep; why should I try to do something so stupid, especially when I have said he was wrong for sleeping - I never, ever defended his wrong-doing.
What I am challenging is your stupid, draconian beliefs as to proper punishment. And I'm sure you speak for the airline pilots - NOT!
The discussion was NEVER about whether or not he was wrong - it was about your asinine idea to fine him and fire him!
No, I said you were playing the Nazi by demanding draconian punishment for something that harmed no one. We aren't discussing whether what he did was wrong - I agree with that. What I am challenging is your asinine ideas that a firing and fine is applicable where nothing happened there was nothing unsafe. If you want that sort of punitive action, then you should have your driver's license removed for life for speeding which caused no harm.
What is wrong is your desire for draconian punishment for something that caused no harm. How about the next time you bust a speed limit and don't hurt anyone we take away your driver's license for the rest of your life!