Looks like you can just forget about a helipad for now:
“First, rumors need to be dispelled: ‘I just want to settle one thing right now,” says Jeff Critchfield, Chief of Staff. “Will this project include a helipad? There is no plan for a helipad. I’ve heard it mentioned a few times this evening. There was a prior application for a permit. It expired. There is no plan for a helipad.”
“Another hand goes up. ‘Does No helipad mean “No applying for a helipad permit in the future?”
“The helipad is not part of project,” says SFGH CEO Susan Currin.
So, there you have it.
Here’s their Plan B – giant soldiers with General Dynamics FIM-43 Redeye missiles:
Make no mistake, these NIMBYs are trying to kill you. Maybe they’ll succeed, when your luck runs out…
It’s your choice as to which selfish group’s website has the greater number of false statements.
“They’re trying to kill me,” Yossarian told him calmly.
“No one’s trying to kill you,” Clevinger cried.
“Then why are they stopping the helipad?” Yossarian asked.
“They’re stopping the helipad for everyone,” Clevinger answered. “They’re trying to kill everybody.”
“What difference does that make?”
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