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non-starter

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Amused Slew wrote:
I looked up your bet, I saw it wasn't agreed to and not me... Gee, another pair of lies, by the nutty cheap guy....
Let me guess, you have no point, so you spew childish fantasies.. Nice you're broke & dumb, so at least there's justice.... LOSER~
You said the FAA would release the fleet to fly by March 4th, 2013. It ain't gonna happen, mr low integrity poster.
Maxamillion

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FYI, my favorite airplane IS Boeing.

The Chicago crash of the DC-10 turned me off on that plane. The DC-10 has flap/slat positioners that retract when hydraulic pressure is lost. When the DC-10 lost an engine because of improper maintenance all lift was lost on the left side of the plane and she rolled over and hit dirt.

One sad thing is the passengers had a view out the front of the plane just like the pilots.

The other sad thing is IF the pilots knew they had lost an engine and simply flown her with that knowledge they could have landed it with the 2 engines.

In fact a DC-10 flight I was on lost an engine and landed without a problem on Oahu. Our engine lost all its oil and was shut down near Hilo and fuel was dumped and we landed as if there was no problem.
Amused Slew

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non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>You said the FAA would release the fleet to fly by March 4th, 2013. It ain't gonna happen, mr low integrity poster.
Actually, I wrote-

"I like idiots, they talk a lot, but ignore wager offers, because they lie... The battery rework will take a month or less.

Seems I said nothing about the FAA or the fleet.

Now why do you ALWAYS lie ???
non-starter

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Amused Slew wrote:
Is their a Aircraft plant in Mn, I don't know about ??? LMAOROTFU~! As for "junk", are you a resident of MN ?
Stupid....Maxamillion DA MORON wrote:
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"Boeing will never fly the 787..."
"All this rework may take 2+ years."
"NOT a quick fix by any means."

You might want to try "there" next time.

Better English Lessons

Home Grammar Lessons Vocabulary Lessons Easier Lessons Phrasal Verbs Strong Collocations Hangman Contact

They're/their/there
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Work on these and get back to me. Usually, before a word that begins with a vowel, we use "an" instead of "a", but that is a lesson for after you master there/their/they're.

As for an airline company in Minnesota, your question was presented as a rhetorical one. I can get you a definition of rhetorical as well, mr low integrity poster.
Amused Slew

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non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>You said the FAA would release the fleet to fly by March 4th, 2013. It ain't gonna happen, mr low integrity poster.
Actually, I wrote-

"I like idiots, they talk a lot, but ignore wager offers, because they lie... The battery rework will take a month or less.

Seems I said nothing about the FAA or the fleet.

Now, why do you ALWAYS lie ???

Broke in character/cash and compensating, right ??? LMAOROTFU~!
Maxamillion

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Amused Slew wrote:
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Actually, I wrote-
"I like idiots, they talk a lot, but ignore wager offers, because they lie... The battery rework will take a month or less.
Seems I said nothing about the FAA or the fleet.
Now, why do you ALWAYS lie ???
Broke in character/cash and compensating, right ??? LMAOROTFU~!
Boeing is BEGGING the FAA to allow them to fly the 787 in order to recreate the burning battery situation.

Anyone understanding problem: diagnosis/redesign/manufacture /test/recertification/test flight knows Boeing has yet to understand what the problem is. So Boeing is still in the diagnosis stage of problem resolution.

The 787 has a LONG WAY TO GO before it will be carrying passengers if it ever does.
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I watched the movie Flight yesterday. The pilot was a Jigger. Of course he was an alcoholic and a drug addict. He wound up in prison with the rest of the Jiggers.
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Did I give away the ending?
Amused Slew

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Maxamillion wrote:
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Boeing is BEGGING the FAA to allow them to fly the 787 in order to recreate the burning battery situation.
Anyone understanding problem: diagnosis/redesign/manufacture /test/recertification/test flight knows Boeing has yet to understand what the problem is. So Boeing is still in the diagnosis stage of problem resolution.
The 787 has a LONG WAY TO GO before it will be carrying passengers if it ever does.
The 787 took off around 10:25 a.m.(9:25 a.m. CT) from Fort Worth, Texas, bound for Everett, Washington. Oops ! Funny, you said they'd NEVER FLY, right wing nut guy ???
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non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>I don't think it should fly with the current battery technology, and I am unsure how they got a lithium ion system approved in 2007 for use. Toyota determined that the lithium ion system at that time was too high of a risk and used Nickel metal hydride in their Prius.
While there is no free lithium metal in the lithium ion system Boeing is using, they can still catch fire. There are some alternative lower energy density lithium ion systems out there that may be an ok short term substitute, but not sure you can just plug them in in place of the system Yuasa is manufacturing for Boeing. If they can substitute one type for another and have the same footprint, the FAA may let them back in the air with heavy monitoring and testing in a month or two. If the system needs to be re-worked because of different cell voltages or energy densities(need more cells to provide the same amount of back-up power) could easily be 6 months to a year. Government contracts I have worked on easily would take 6 months to prove a concept.
How long, again ???

The 787 took off around 10:25 a.m.(9:25 a.m. CT) from Fort Worth, Texas, bound for Everett, Washington.
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Amused Slew wrote:
<quoted text>The 787 took off around 10:25 a.m.(9:25 a.m. CT) from Fort Worth, Texas, bound for Everett, Washington. Oops ! Funny, you said they'd NEVER FLY, right wing nut guy ???
It's called returning a lemon to the maker.

Everett IS a Boeing plant location, isn't it? Truth now.
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Maxamillion wrote:
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It's called returning a lemon to the maker.
Everett IS a Boeing plant location, isn't it? Truth now.
Look, Schamhl knows EVERYTHING about EVERY topic!!!

Schmahl for King of the Earth! Schmahl knows all!

Ask him how many black bears an average 787 eats in a year - he'll tell you.

Ask him him how many points Romney is going to win by - he'll tell you.
Maxamillion

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Everett IS Boeing.

It would be interesting to know how the 787 was flying.

Were staff on board the plane with fire supression devices at each battery?

Was the plane allowed to fly at altitude over 10,000 feet?

Was the plane allowed to fly over populated areas?

Was the landing gear allowed to be retracted?

Did the flight crew have parachutes?

Were ANY passengers allowed to fly on the plane other than needed staff to operate the plane and protect the batteries from fire?

Were the lithium ion batteries even onboard the plane?

Why was the plane flown to Everett? Was the issue parking fees being paid for storing the 787 in Texas?

Was the 787 simply being returned to Boeing because it's a lemon with no possibility of it ever flying again?
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Poor distraction attempt, dumb*SS ~

Multiple moniker teabagger "reality" ??

CANNOT MATCH THE IRONY !!!

Boeing will never fly the 787..."
"All this rework may take 2+ years."
"NOT a quick fix by any means."
TAKE THE MONTH BET, LIAR !!!
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Maxamillion wrote:
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Only an idiot like you wouldn't understand the severity/complexity of the 787 failure. Unless they can fix the current design, not possible, they will need to do a redesign of the 2 battery packs and all associated control systems on the 787. Once they think they have a good design, for the second time, the new airplane must go through recertification and flight worthiness tests by the FAA.
All this rework may take 2+ years. Meanwhile the 787 assembly line may not be able to churn out new planes and AirBus may be able to ramp up and capture the entire market.
At that time Boeing will go broke.
Boeing must have bought fuel for the flight on credit, right dumb*ss !??
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Amused Slew wrote:
Poor distraction attempt, dumb*SS ~
Multiple moniker teabagger "reality" ??
CANNOT MATCH THE IRONY !!!
Boeing will never fly the 787..."
"All this rework may take 2+ years."
"NOT a quick fix by any means."
TAKE THE MONTH BET, LIAR !!!
You never answer a question..
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You're a liar and I disrespect you.
Maxamillion

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Amused Slew wrote:
You're a liar and I disrespect you.
Did someone say I cared about how you think?

Hint hint, tell somebody who cares..

In the mean time go polish a 787. Would they make good planters?
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Look, Schamhl knows EVERYTHING about EVERY topic!!!

Schmahl for King of the Earth! Schmahl knows all!

Ask him how many black bears an average 787 eats in a year - he'll tell you.

Ask him him how many points Romney is going to win by - he'll tell you.
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A "Ferry Flight" was allowed by the FAA.

NO test flights are allowed of the 787. Boeing has no clue as to what the problem is, NONE.

She's GROUNDED!!!

http://www.nwcn.com/news/washington/First-787...

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