Boeing's 737 Max aircraft under scrutiny again

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dog

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And they anounced that the 787 has to
have the electronics restarted or something something ,bad things.
Seatle must be the cringe capital of the world.
Just saw the term corporate rodents.
When I was a kid my dad had some shares in all of the big airospace companys and I would
jump on the anual reports,just for the pictures
of the planes and the plants.
Then he sold his shares,but I begged him to keep one of each so that I could get the anual
reports,big glossy things,then all the trickery started and the shares were "converted" and no
more glossy reports.
 

Bill-Higdon

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And they anounced that the 787 has to
have the electronics restarted or something something ,bad things.
Seatle must be the cringe capital of the world.
Just saw the term corporate rodents.
When I was a kid my dad had some shares in all of the big airospace companys and I would
jump on the anual reports,just for the pictures of the planes and the plants.
Then he sold his shares,but I begged him to keep one of each so that I could get the anual
reports,big glossy things,then all the trickery started and the shares were "converted" and no
more glossy reports.
Sadly The problems seem to have started after Boeing moved their headquarters out of Seattle. After I first posted this I found out their office building in Chicago is the former Morton Thiokol building. :grave:
 
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