Sequester is going to happen
Bushwhacker

Kent, WA

#22 Feb 18, 2013
What ever happened to your time frame, again ???

"could easily be 6 months to a year."

Gotta SUCK, being SO WRONG !!! LMAOROTFU~!

Even if they take more than a month, you're going to further off !!! LMAOROTFU~!
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#23 Feb 18, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
What ever happened to your time frame, again ???
"could easily be 6 months to a year."
Gotta SUCK, being SO WRONG !!! LMAOROTFU~!
Even if they take more than a month, you're going to further off !!! LMAOROTFU~!
Estimates out of Everett are 3 months or more from now, that makes it 4 months, and they don't even have the problem fixed in that time, just a short term reach around. Maybe you should go back to your Boeing buddies, the engineers, and get more secret insight into the planes being back up flying passengers in a month. Maybe Bill Gates needs your input for Windows 9, why don't you drive over to his place and walk right in.
DSM Local Molests Kids

Minneapolis, MN

#24 Feb 18, 2013
The truth is out now!!!
Bushwhacked

Kent, WA

#25 Feb 18, 2013
non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>Estimates out of Everett are 3 months or more from now, that makes it 4 months, and they don't even have the problem fixed in that time, just a short term reach around. Maybe you should go back to your Boeing buddies, the engineers, and get more secret insight into the planes being back up flying passengers in a month. Maybe Bill Gates needs your input for Windows 9, why don't you drive over to his place and walk right in.
I said they'd have a solution in a month(and they do), why is anything else being discussed ??
"The interim solution involves a heavy-duty steel or titanium containment box around the battery cells, and high-pressure evacuation tubes that, in the event of a battery fire, would move gases to the outside of the plane, the report said."

Read more: http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2013/02/17/Boe...

Oh right, they just found a solution(like I said) and are designing a permanent solution WELL AHEAD of your 6 months ...to a year.

So let's recap, you lie, you misquote, you deflect, you distract, and you pretend I promised passengers, when that wasn't in any of my posts, right PUTZ !??? LMAOROFU~!

Next you'll say PROVE the planes are flying simultaneously, right dummy ??? LMAOROTFU~! LOOSER-VILLE STATION !!!!
Bushwhacker

Minneapolis, MN

#26 Feb 18, 2013
Bushwhacked wrote:
<quoted text>I said they'd have a solution in a month(and they do), why is anything else being discussed ??
"The interim solution involves a heavy-duty steel or titanium containment box around the battery cells, and high-pressure evacuation tubes that, in the event of a battery fire, would move gases to the outside of the plane, the report said."
Read more: http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2013/02/17/Boe...
Oh right, they just found a solution(like I said) and are designing a permanent solution WELL AHEAD of your 6 months ...to a year.
So let's recap, you lie, you misquote, you deflect, you distract, and you pretend I promised passengers, when that wasn't in any of my posts, right PUTZ !??? LMAOROFU~!
Next you'll say PROVE the planes are flying simultaneously, right dummy ??? LMAOROTFU~! LOOSER-VILLE STATION !!!!
So let's recap, you lie, you misquote, you deflect, you distract, and you pretend. Did I forget anything Slewsie?
Bushwhacked

Kent, WA

#27 Feb 18, 2013
Con is a complete moron, but WE ALL knew that... right troll ?
Bushwhacked

Kent, WA

#28 Feb 18, 2013
What ever happened to the sheeple act troll/con ?? Come on do the "dummy shuffle" you learned to do while drunk !! LMAOROTFU~!
Bushwhacked

Minneapolis, MN

#29 Feb 18, 2013
Bushwhacked wrote:
Con is a complete moron, but WE ALL knew that... right troll ?
If you really think that why do you call out "Con!" at night when you dream?
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#31 Feb 19, 2013
Bushwhacked wrote:
<quoted text>I said they'd have a solution in a month(and they do), why is anything else being discussed ??
"The interim solution involves a heavy-duty steel or titanium containment box around the battery cells, and high-pressure evacuation tubes that, in the event of a battery fire, would move gases to the outside of the plane, the report said."
Read more: http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2013/02/17/Boe...
Oh right, they just found a solution(like I said) and are designing a permanent solution WELL AHEAD of your 6 months ...to a year.
So let's recap, you lie, you misquote, you deflect, you distract, and you pretend I promised passengers, when that wasn't in any of my posts, right PUTZ !??? LMAOROFU~!
Next you'll say PROVE the planes are flying simultaneously, right dummy ??? LMAOROTFU~! LOOSER-VILLE STATION !!!!
Having a solution, and implementing that solution and being allowed to fly commercial flights again are two completely different things slewsie. Your low integrity is showing again.
Bushwhacked

Kent, WA

#32 Feb 19, 2013
I'm waiting, for where I said they'd be flying commercial flights and the wager you said I welched on.... Let's see ANY CHARACTER, loser/liar !!! Your low integrity is showing again/always.
Amused Slew

Saint Paul, MN

#33 Feb 19, 2013
let's hope so, American needs to stop spending money !!
get ready for deep cuts wrote:
The price of a gallon of gas was 1.80 when barry soetoro took office 5.00 per gallon now in California, just wait until the summer driving, it will be 7.00 per gallon.
__________
Many Americans are also worried that the federal aid programs they rely on are on the chopping block. Next month, lawmakers will face off against the so-called "sequester," which will slash $85 billion from federal agencies over seven months.
By some estimates, up to 1 million jobs will be lost even as millions of federal workers will be furloughed and a bevy of programs and services across the government will be curtailed.
In such a scenario of widespread furloughs and job cuts, gas price will likely have a deeper impact if they continue to rise.
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#34 Feb 19, 2013
Bushwhacked wrote:
I'm waiting, for where I said they'd be flying commercial flights and the wager you said I welched on.... Let's see ANY CHARACTER, loser/liar !!! Your low integrity is showing again/always.
So we are to believe that your argument in the whole shebang was limited to getting a plane in the air again, not flying commercial flights? What a great business model for Boeing, building planes that no one can fly on(and no one wants to fly on) because they are inherently unsafe. No wonder we all argue with you slewsie, we can't even begin to think in the many convoluted, nonsensical, irrational ways that you do. Low integrity just can't capture your true essence. I am glad you are sitting at your computer day after day spouting nonsense, it makes it that much more unlikely that you could be out there actually attempting to influence public policy. The public is saved by Topix's Minneapolis page.
Amused Slew

Saint Paul, MN

#35 Feb 19, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
Slewche quote "... The battery rework will take a month or less."
Slewche quote "They will have the battery problem fixed in under a month."
Funny, you write THEM as quotes, but I ONLY wrote one of them ???
Pretty sad, but at least you refused to wager, so you don't get to wiggle away, like the worm you OBVIOUSLY are....
barry has a big problem on HIS hands.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE
•All FBI workers furloughed for up to 14 days
•More than 36,000 Bureau of Prisons workers furloughed for average of 12 days
•5,100 Marshals Service workers furloughed for up to 13 days
•Increased safety risk for prison inmates and staff
•Fewer firearms inspections

DEFENSE
•Up to 46,000 temporary workers laid off
•Up to 800,000 full-time civilian workers furloughed for up to 22 days
•Training curtailed
•Ship, aircraft, weapons-systems and facilities maintenance curbed
•Reduced readiness for two-thirds of active Army brigade combat teams and most Air Force flying units

EDUCATION
•Up to 70,000 kids lose access to Head Start programs
•More than 14,000 teachers and staff laid off
•Cuts in support for up to 1.2 million disadvantaged students
•33,000 fewer students on work-study
•71,000 fewer recipients of supplemental grants
Bushwhacker

Kent, WA

#36 Feb 19, 2013
Looks like government's problem, but I see your point, where only Obama is proving competent.
Bushwhacker

Kent, WA

#37 Feb 19, 2013
non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>So we are to believe that your argument in the whole shebang was limited to getting a plane in the air again, not flying commercial flights? What a great business model for Boeing, building planes that no one can fly on(and no one wants to fly on) because they are inherently unsafe. No wonder we all argue with you slewsie, we can't even begin to think in the many convoluted, nonsensical, irrational ways that you do. Low integrity just can't capture your true essence. I am glad you are sitting at your computer day after day spouting nonsense, it makes it that much more unlikely that you could be out there actually attempting to influence public policy. The public is saved by Topix's Minneapolis page.
My whole argument was it would take a month to find a fix. The flying will take care of itself, despite your "drama queen" scenario...Ps- When you have to exaggerate BEYOND normal realities "..building planes that no one can fly on.." why bother to post... Ps- Another wager offer or just HOT AIR !!!!

HOT AIR !!!! LMAOROTFU~!

Pretending the 787 will NEVER FLY ??? LMAOROTFU~!
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#38 Feb 19, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
<quoted text>My whole argument was it would take a month to find a fix. The flying will take care of itself, despite your "drama queen" scenario...Ps- When you have to exaggerate BEYOND normal realities "..building planes that no one can fly on.." why bother to post... Ps- Another wager offer or just HOT AIR !!!!
HOT AIR !!!! LMAOROTFU~!
Pretending the 787 will NEVER FLY ??? LMAOROTFU~!
They shouldn't be allowed to fly until they change out the battery system. The plane is fine, the battery system is still not "reworked". As for flying, I am not the poster claiming a ferry flight and a couple of test flights over bare dirt mean the FAA cleared it to fly with passengers. Go ahead, make your justifications work out in your head, they sure aren't working on your postings.
Bushwhacker

Kent, WA

#39 Feb 19, 2013
YOU WROTE, "... building planes that no one can fly on..."

WANNA BET !!!????

Where did I write about flying, except to say they are.... Test FLIGHTS, include a flying plane, PUTZ !!!

Ps- When you have to exaggerate BEYOND normal realities "..building planes that no one can fly on.." why bother to post... Ps- Another wager offer or just HOT AIR !!!!

HOT AIR !!!! LMAOROTFU~!

Pretending the 787 will NEVER FLY ??? LMAOROTFU~!
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#41 Feb 19, 2013
Let it happen... I welcome it with OPEN ARMS...

Obama ASKED for this over a year ago, now he is begging us not to let it happen... What a LOSER...

This is a NO-BRAINER, to anyone who maintains a responsible household budget, with NO entitlement "income".
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#42 Feb 19, 2013
Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>
barry has a big problem on HIS hands.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
•All FBI workers furloughed for up to 14 days
•More than 36,000 Bureau of Prisons workers furloughed for average of 12 days
•5,100 Marshals Service workers furloughed for up to 13 days
•Increased safety risk for prison inmates and staff
•Fewer firearms inspections

SO WHAT?? They aren't doing ANYTHING about all of the ILLEGAL ALIENS who are STILL RUNNING AROUND.

No BIG LOSS THERE.

DEFENSE
•Up to 46,000 temporary workers laid off
•Up to 800,000 full-time civilian workers furloughed for up to 22 days
•Training curtailed
•Ship, aircraft, weapons-systems and facilities maintenance curbed
•Reduced readiness for two-thirds of active Army brigade combat teams and most Air Force flying units

Since WHEN did you EVER give a SHIIT about our defense department, EVER?? NEVER..

EDUCATION
•Up to 70,000 kids lose access to Head Start programs
•More than 14,000 teachers and staff laid off
•Cuts in support for up to 1.2 million disadvantaged students
•33,000 fewer students on work-study
•71,000 fewer recipients of supplemental grants
I never had "head start", and neither did any of my siblings....
Yet, we all grew up to be law-abiding citizens, NONE of us ever got mixed up in DOPE, ended up in JAIL, had kids out of WEDLOCK, NEVER went HUNGRY, and we ALL have good jobs and still pay TAXES.

What the FOCK is a "supplemental grant"????

Maybe a lot of people need to GET A LIFE, and stop begging the government to give them one, at taxpayers' expense.
Bushwhacker

Kent, WA

#43 Feb 19, 2013
digger wrote:
<quoted text>
I never had "head start", and neither did any of my siblings....
Yet, we all grew up to be law-abiding citizens, NONE of us ever got mixed up in DOPE, ended up in JAIL, had kids out of WEDLOCK, NEVER went HUNGRY, and we ALL have good jobs and still pay TAXES.
What the FOCK is a "supplemental grant"????
Maybe a lot of people need to GET A LIFE, and stop begging the government to give them one, at taxpayers' expense.
Yet, you randomly capitalize, spew rhetoric, and can't punctuate or buy a decent car ??? Nice "suck-sess story"..

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