Letters: ‘Free airshow’ is a delight to watch

People are always too fast to complain without asking questions.

Re: Loud aircraft in Chilliwack spurs debate, (Chilliwack Progress, June 27). To All the Complainers of Chilliwack:

Really? I bet when Super Dave started his season, you all were looking to the skies grabbing the person closest to you saying “Wow! Look at that guy” and stood and watched and enjoyed the show for awhile, where else can you get a free air show.

People are always too fast to complain without asking questions.

I am sure if it impacted patients at the hospital, surely the staff would be the first to address this concern.

I tend to believe people find things to complain about when life is not the way they want it to be.

So please move along. Leave Super Dave to his wonderful free air show we enjoy and have a wonderful day.

P.S. Thank you Super Dave for your talent and time you put in to share your acrobatics and skill with us.

K. Roski

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