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(KSDK St. Louis)   Faced with sagging confidence after the Dreamliner episode, one Boeing employee goes to extremes to get the company riding high again   (ksdk.com) divider line 19
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2013-04-11 12:43:15 AM  
Only in Missouri...
 
2013-04-11 01:03:30 AM  
Y'all ever work production?
 
2013-04-11 03:13:17 AM  
"Wednesday evening the Berkeley police chief told NewsChannel 5's Casey Nolen the chemicals found were a hoax by an employee with a vendetta against another employee."

That's an odd way to get even with someone.
 
2013-04-11 03:16:41 AM  

Alphax: "Wednesday evening the Berkeley police chief told NewsChannel 5's Casey Nolen the chemicals found were a hoax by an employee with a vendetta against another employee."

That's an odd way to get even with someone.


Next week on "Boeing Bad" ...
 
2013-04-11 03:23:30 AM  
God Dammit Jesse...
 
2013-04-11 03:24:26 AM  
 Sounds like the drama at work keeps their life from being too Boeing...
 
2013-04-11 03:35:10 AM  
Man, that Dreamliner is the biggest joke in the history of aviation. Its fail is legendary, and will live forever in the lore just like Icarus.

And you can see how it has just obliterated stock value:

chart.finance.yahoo.com
 
2013-04-11 03:49:41 AM  

Alphax: "Wednesday evening the Berkeley police chief told NewsChannel 5's Casey Nolen the chemicals found were a hoax by an employee with a vendetta against another employee."

That's an odd way to get even with someone.


Bingo. someone just lost their job and are probably facing charges. boy the wife is going to be pissed.
 
2013-04-11 04:00:48 AM  
On account of my accursed sinuses, there's probably pseudoephedrine in my office right now.

Hang on, there's a knock at the door..
 
2013-04-11 04:07:11 AM  

KrispyKritter: Alphax: "Wednesday evening the Berkeley police chief told NewsChannel 5's Casey Nolen the chemicals found were a hoax by an employee with a vendetta against another employee."

That's an odd way to get even with someone.

Bingo. someone just lost their job and are probably facing charges. boy the wife is going to be pissed.


In other news, job opening at Boeing.. (perhaps)

I had a temp job at Boeing some years back, delivering and installing new high end laser printers to most of their St. Louis buildings.  Was a good first hand look at what they do.
 
2013-04-11 04:36:34 AM  
Friend.of mine was one of the officers who responded to this call. She FB it earlier today..... There was a point, or pithy statement I was going to make, but I've forgotten it now.
 
2013-04-11 04:37:50 AM  
Who knows WTF they found.  I used to think meth labs would seem obvious too, and they probably do when you find one in some rednecks trailer... but once I began a career that involved chemical engineering, I was shocked/amused one day when I read a memo about "what to watch for to identify a meth lab"  and my place of employment easily met every single item on the list, from "fancy electronics" to acetone, glassware etc.

The fact is, any industrial chemistry at all tends to use the same equipment, and a LOT of the same solvents.
 
2013-04-11 05:29:04 AM  

SevenizGud: And you can see how it has just obliterated stock value:


The smart money's expecting a war, it looks like.
 
2013-04-11 05:35:02 AM  
If you post that on Facebook I will so plant meth on you and call the cops!!
 
zez
2013-04-11 06:52:17 AM  

fredbox: On account of my accursed sinuses, there's probably pseudoephedrine in my office right now.

Hang on, there's a knock at the door..


If they are already there I really should be worried since I also have plastic soda bottles in the fridge and lithium batteries in various devices!
 
zez
2013-04-11 06:53:46 AM  

Alonjar: Who knows WTF they found.  I used to think meth labs would seem obvious too, and they probably do when you find one in some rednecks trailer... but once I began a career that involved chemical engineering, I was shocked/amused one day when I read a memo about "what to watch for to identify a meth lab"  and my place of employment easily met every single item on the list, from "fancy electronics" to acetone, glassware etc.

The fact is, any industrial chemistry at all tends to use the same equipment, and a LOT of the same solvents.


You don't work under a commercial laundromat, do you?
 
2013-04-11 07:51:08 AM  

zez: fredbox: On account of my accursed sinuses, there's probably pseudoephedrine in my office right now.

Hang on, there's a knock at the door..

If they are already there I really should be worried since I also have plastic soda bottles in the fridge and lithium batteries in various devices!


I get the bottom bunk, at least that's some shielding from the light.
 
2013-04-11 09:05:55 AM  

zez: fredbox: On account of my accursed sinuses, there's probably pseudoephedrine in my office right now.

Hang on, there's a knock at the door..

If they are already there I really should be worried since I also have plastic soda bottles in the fridge and lithium batteries in various devices!


Uh Oh I have all of those items and nail polish remover, probably some drain cleaner as well.
 
2013-04-11 02:01:51 PM  
It's an entirely different kind of flying
 
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