Well get ready for olfactory ecstasy...this could go straight to 40
Halcon Resources has announced a huge natural gas discovery expected to yield billions of cu. ft. of natural gas. CEO Floyd Wilson was beaming with pride as he held up a just-signed contract for exclusive rights to the " O'Donnell Formation ". The project will require no drilling and only a surface access line connecting the source to already existing natural gas pipe line will be necessary. Formation owner Rosie O'Donnell explained in great detail how each night before she retires she will be bound by contract to eat bovine amounts of beans and cabbage and then connect her massive ssa to the surface pipe line. Rosie is well known for her prodigious ph arts and has been rumored to have once obliterated ten city blocks in a large mexican city with one blast after a feeding frenzy of fajitas and refried beans. The area is now deserted and scientist say it will be uninhabitable for nine thousand years. Commenting on the deal Rosie said " Dey gonna tap dat ssa ", pointing to that gargantuan ssa within her size 98 calvin kleins.
Honey, pack your bags......looks like we's goin to Caroliner in the mornin'.
Shouldn't Boeing have focused on 787 reliability 10 years and $30 billion ago ??????....instead of trying to dodge decent American worker wages by outsourcing complex, high tech systems to lowest bidders in third world countries that were 15 years out of the stone age. The 787 fiasco is Mcninny's baby...he was on the board when it and its impossible manufacturing system were approved and he has been ceo for nearly all of its production......why does this jackwad still have a job....and why does the board of directors still have a job. I have been an aviation buff all my life and a Boeing fan too, but I can't help think one of these unending problems is gonna lead to a catastrophe.
or body panel fall off ???? , or shythouse not work ????, or or I.D. beacon disintegrate ????? , or landing gear not deploy ??? , or sensor read false ??? , or fire extinguishers wired wrong ?????, or brakes not work ????? , or pilot oxygen supply restricted ????? , or more fuel leaks ????? Hey mcninny...hows that outsourcing going...or are these just normal " squawks".
This is a serial underperformer.........
We can't wait for Boeing to leave left coast
Boeing shareholders will do fine as long as its only competitor is this fumble#$%$ euro-business.....
Yah...right dumphuc...md-80 signifies the planes are 1980 design....some of these planes are 30 years old.....it's the owners / operators responsibility to keep the planes current with today's regulations.....Allegiant is a valuejet clone...and you know how that ended....
Just imagine...An airline is returning a month-old airplane to Boeing because they can' keep it flying. Check that....... they will return it as soon as they can get the crate flying again...it's stuck in Bangkok now. Why does ceo mcninney still have a job ????????
Boeing's hasn't produced an on time, on budget product since the 777 program in 1995.....interestingly right before the merger with MD...many analysts have jokingly said " MD bought Boeing with Boeing's money " ......At the time MD commercial business was in trouble and Boeing's military business was waning. Somehow, MD management gained the upper hand after the merger and installed the outsource-everything manufacturing system....which is adopted by low budget companies trying to save money while remaining relevant....which is exactly what MD was in the 90's before the merger. So what happened was the market leader merged with the market laggard and then adopted the business practices of the laggard. And , sadly, Boeing ceo mcnerney is the perfect fit for this uninspiring trinket-by-trinket manufacturing method. Well it might work for little red wagons and little #$%$ tricycles, or even a junky little Hyundai, it is not the correct way to build a system that travels at 500 mph at 35000 ft for 10 or more hours, where even the smallest component failure can be catastrophic. It truly pains me to see this once proud icon of American industry fumble and bumble its way to mediocrity. Just think of it, in a two horse race, Boeing is running second to a phrench-euro jobs program.
I read all the daily horse manure that gets printed like " don't catch falling knives" , "average down", " average up ", ...etc.....you know....but if there was ever a company set for gain it is this one. I'm buying more. Do your own research. Don't listen to analysts