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    Boeing interim solution to Max 9 issues

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    Ron wins the internet today, and probably this week.
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    Nice, Randy and Ron -- thanks for those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Point View Post
    Ron wins the internet today, and probably this week.
    Ron can only take credit for stealing it from somewhere else and posting it here.

    This is actually my favorite. The artist, David Horsey, is the cartoonist for the Seattle Times.
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    If you look at the date, you'll see he did this almost four years ago. Sigh....

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    Boeing will blow the doors off the competition...

    William Boeing organized his own aircraft company in 1916... his stock is still going up...


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    Mercy Ron... they haven't lost a body yet... they also lost a waist gunner on a B29 over Japan...

    B-29 waist gunner Sgt. J.R. Krantz dangles from his plane after he was
    blown from his gun blister by Japanese Interceptor fire 25,000 feet
    over Tokyo during a Superfortress raid on the Japanese Capital, Jan.
    19, 1945. Sgt. Krantz hung for nearly 15 minutes by one leg before
    crewmen pulled him back into the plane.

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