: Dave, did you happen to notice the thread topic?
: I shouldn't have to explain this, but the point was that the miles
: belong to me. So it would have been unethical for me to keep them. Are
: with me so far? Now, for extra points, contemplate this: the people at
: Lockheed who found them in their possession then had an ethics problem
: their own to solve. I hope - I really do - that they solved that
: an ethically sound way.
: Ethics. You could look it up.
Preachy aren't we, Tom? I'll stand my ethics next to yours anytime,
I flew enough in my later years with Southern Pacific that I made
Silver Elite with Continental. SP was happy for us to keep the frequent
flyer miles. And while nobody ever stated the company's philosophy [to
me] I always felt like that since we were the "road warriors"
[so-to-speak] who left our families and homelife behind for the benefit
of the company, often for a month at a time, they were happy for us to
have the extra perk.
So, Tom, it begs the question, "Why would Lockheed NOT want their
employees to have them as an extra perk? And, you've still not answered
the original question, what did Lockheed [corporate] do with them?
Throw them away?
Dave in Houston