Autopilot failure? Non event!!
Frozen wind or ice? No problem!!
Heart attack? Two pilots at controls. One heart attack no problem!!
All the problems you mentioned are trained for in every refresher course in simulators and experienced in real cases many times before.
The plane did not come apart from some explosion. Pieces would be strewn and discovered by now. Bodies, baggage etc.
Suicide, cockpit intrusion or sudden decompression could be a factor.
The plane went into the water in one piece. If a door blew out there would be indications of that with floating objects on the water along with the oil slick.
My question would be how the first officer had only 2800 hrs. and was with the airline for 7 years.
It doesn't make sense. Either the information is wrong or I refer back to the Egypt air suicide years ago.
China is to be very, very concerned due to the terrible knife killings only a couple weeks ago by their in country terrorists at a railroad station.
I suspect the aircraft location and pieces will be found this week.
Don't blame BA.
Who will see me? The NSA, the CIA, IRS or some other government agency?
I'm just an american citizen who has roots to this country since 1640 AD.
My point is to leave sleeping dogs alone. It's non of our business what a country want's to do to protect their vital interests.
The same as we would do if Virginia wanted to take over our ports in Norfolk.
The eastern nations feel the U.S. is too dumb to realize this and should stop their antagonizing threats to Russia.
But oh no, we continue to push for sanctions against Putin because our government has been intimidated and we need to show strength. And for what?
Who is leading our country? The golfers, the fund raisers, the vacationers, the willing money lenders, WHO?
Todays report, just like the employment numbers, are reflecting the terrible weather throughout the eastern states, right where most of the RAD stores are located.
For me, as a long term investor, I think the numbers were pretty good.
We'll see tomorrow if the market thinks the same way as i do. They are sometimes a day late and a dollar short.
If you get my gist. Pretty much like ACE.
Was this a split and Yahoo hasn't adjusted the price? Or is this stock much, much lower than it should be?
I do see a PE that has dropped considerably.Is that why?
How about a stock split or an increase in dividends or a statement of more good things to come.
Also there will be questions by the stock holders that may spark some good answers.
Thanks ACE for your contribution to RAD stock price and an old report that was done prior to RAD's new stores.
As the price of RAD's stock goes up we never hear from you. When the stock drops, basing it's share price, you jump right in with you ongoing negative responses. Give it up ACE, you missed the boat.
RAD is a long term hold just like the banks, airlines and auto's were years ago.
Hold for long term appreciation and don't be dismayed.
Most of those stores have been closed and many others will soon be closed due to shrinkage and crime in those areas.
Rad is on firm footing going forward. Hopefully better returns on front end sales due to upgrades on all store locations to be more customer friendly since the market is more interested, it seems, on the front end sales data.
For me I would like to see the debt reduced. Very important. A refinancing of it's debt may be easier as RAD shows better value to the rating agencies.
No NO, NO. No more debt on the dentist clinics buyout.
Vision yes. Small office, 6-10 chairs.
Walmart does this and is always busy.A good draw for customers. A good fit for RAD.
The covering will protect plastic aviation glass from being scratched when cleaning off the bugs ect. Most aircraft have plastic windshields.
How about autos?
What can cure all these plastic headlight covers from turning opaque? Use Gorilla glass.
P.S. I'm very surprised why the NTSB doesn't come down on the opaque problem on headlights. This problem is dangerous since it can cut down more than 50% of night time
vizability. I have a guess. It would cost the auto industry tons of money.