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(CTV News) NewsFlash Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 from Kuala Lampur to Beijing with 227 people on board is missing   (ctvnews.ca) divider line 563
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2014-03-08 09:02:23 PM  

gblive: meow said the dog: Airbus / Scarebus continues its ritual un-prosecuted pre-meditated killing of passengers world wide. From forcing tsunami destroyed countries to buy Scarebus to get aid, to failing the A380 150% wing-loading test, Scarebus builds on its reputation for falling out of the sky. FL35, cruise and it "breaks up". Nice. Good planes.

If its not a Boeing, I'm not going.

Scarebus continues its engineering of murder and mayhem the world over. How many of our sons, daughters mothers and fathers and wives and husbands must be murdered by SCAREBUS before we stop this animal!

There have been recent and still as yet unexplained incidents at cruising altitude in the A330

See Qantas A330-300 (Flight QF72) emergency landing in Western Australia:

http://www.youtube.com/v/5d7aZtSOWZE

Concerning an A330 crash at an air show in France; a Discovery Channel documentary on this plane indicates that Air France had their best pilot on this plane and that computer was the cause:

http://www.youtube.com/v/fX4_Ho992TQ

Airbus / Scarebus continues its ritual un-prosecuted pre-meditated killing of passengers world wide. From forcing tsunami destroyed countries to buy Scarebus to get aid, to failing the A380 150% wing-loading test, Scarebus builds on its reputation for falling out of the sky. FL35, cruise and it "breaks up". Nice. Good planes.

Boeing planes crash because operators violate the plane. Screw up maintenance. Basically Boeing crashes are from terrorists, people painting over pressure sensors, people flying them into things or massive mechanical failures brought on by horrific neglect or poor maintenance. They can be EXPLAINED.

Scarebus accidents have a scary high percentage of massive catastrophic failure that cannot be explained.

All I have to say is : B-17, B-24, B-29 and B-52, these planes were built in ways that could soak up gun fire for well over 60 years. They know how to build planes that have more than normal survivability. Air BUS. Its not AirPlane, ...



I distinctly remember this guy posting this EXACT rant a long time ago.  Obviously has "airbus.txt" saved on his hard drive for any airliner thread.
 
2014-03-08 09:03:58 PM  

TanHamster: gblive: meow said the dog: Airbus / Scarebus continues its ritual un-prosecuted pre-meditated killing of passengers world wide. From forcing tsunami destroyed countries to buy Scarebus to get aid, to failing the A380 150% wing-loading test, Scarebus builds on its reputation for falling out of the sky. FL35, cruise and it "breaks up". Nice. Good planes.

If its not a Boeing, I'm not going.

Scarebus continues its engineering of murder and mayhem the world over. How many of our sons, daughters mothers and fathers and wives and husbands must be murdered by SCAREBUS before we stop this animal!

There have been recent and still as yet unexplained incidents at cruising altitude in the A330

See Qantas A330-300 (Flight QF72) emergency landing in Western Australia:

http://www.youtube.com/v/5d7aZtSOWZE

Concerning an A330 crash at an air show in France; a Discovery Channel documentary on this plane indicates that Air France had their best pilot on this plane and that computer was the cause:

http://www.youtube.com/v/fX4_Ho992TQ

Airbus / Scarebus continues its ritual un-prosecuted pre-meditated killing of passengers world wide. From forcing tsunami destroyed countries to buy Scarebus to get aid, to failing the A380 150% wing-loading test, Scarebus builds on its reputation for falling out of the sky. FL35, cruise and it "breaks up". Nice. Good planes.

Boeing planes crash because operators violate the plane. Screw up maintenance. Basically Boeing crashes are from terrorists, people painting over pressure sensors, people flying them into things or massive mechanical failures brought on by horrific neglect or poor maintenance. They can be EXPLAINED.

Scarebus accidents have a scary high percentage of massive catastrophic failure that cannot be explained.

All I have to say is : B-17, B-24, B-29 and B-52, these planes were built in ways that could soak up gun fire for well over 60 years. They know how to build planes that have more than normal survivability. Air BUS. Its not Ai ...



Oh nevermind, he plagiarized it.  LOL.  Check out this old thread:

http://m.fark.com/comments/7197210/Why-did-Air-France-flight-447-plu ng e-into-ocean-I-know-It-was-Brazilian-pilots-Way-too-many
 
2014-03-08 09:24:32 PM  
goddammit, fark you for quoting that s**t.
 
2014-03-08 09:37:51 PM  

ramd209: italie: ramd209: Seems plane was in cruise mode 2 hours into the flight. This article suggests to me a good chance of sabotage
http://m.kcci.com/travel/expert-malaysia-flight-was-at-safest-point/ 24 873192

Based upon what?  Damned Muslims? The Yakuza? Miely Cyrus?

Could have been a structural thing. Could have been a terrorist thing. Pilots could have all been busy gang raping a monkey. There is a good chance it might have been a lot of things.

Read the farking article. What structural thing? This is not a skyscraper.


I asked you first.

//Your answers are going to be more entertaining anyhow.
 
2014-03-08 09:56:46 PM  
Sorry.

I just don't find idiotic memes funny.

Again, I'm sorry.
 
2014-03-08 10:03:03 PM  

Kittypie070: Sorry.

I just don't find idiotic memes funny.

Again, I'm sorry.


I'm with you, people making light of this terrible situation make me lose faith in humankind.
 
2014-03-08 10:04:21 PM  

ramd209: italie: ramd209: Seems plane was in cruise mode 2 hours into the flight. This article suggests to me a good chance of sabotage
http://m.kcci.com/travel/expert-malaysia-flight-was-at-safest-point/ 24 873192

Based upon what?  Damned Muslims? The Yakuza? Miely Cyrus?

Could have been a structural thing. Could have been a terrorist thing. Pilots could have all been busy gang raping a monkey. There is a good chance it might have been a lot of things.

Read the farking article. What structural thing? This is not a skyscraper.


So, in your world, only skyscapers have 'structure' that can fail? Hope you're not an engineer.
 
2014-03-08 10:08:29 PM  
There's really good and non-snarky comments on this forum:
airliners.net forum
It's 4 pages long now, but much more informative and adult than this.
 
2014-03-08 11:46:42 PM  
Knows where the engine went...

img.fark.net
 
2014-03-09 12:01:19 AM  

TanHamster: Oh nevermind, he plagiarized it. LOL. Check out this old thread:

http://m.fark.com/comments/7197210/Why-did-Air-France-flight-447-plu ng e-into-ocean-I-know-It-was-Brazilian-pilots-Way-too-many


In fairness, US pilots have a tendency of falling victims to mechanical or weather problems.   Colgan 3407, the Lexington Airport crash, and Eastern 401 (the 1970's Everglades crash), are the hallmark Crew Resource Management case studies among American pilots flying Boeing aircraft.

On the other hand, American pilots flying Airbus and Lockheed planes, or non-American pilots flying those aircraft, the modes of fatal crashes reads like a litany of all the ways you can take a plane down.

Bottom line: there simply is no safer way to travel in the world, per passenger mile, than to fly in, to or from the US, with a US carrier, on a Boeing aircraft.
 
2014-03-09 12:24:38 AM  

rolladuck: Bottom line: there simply is no safer way to travel in the world, per passenger mile, than to fly in, to or from the US, with a US carrier, on a Boeing aircraft.


Bottom Line: Morons push brand loyalty. Exceptionally stupid morons push brand loyalty when their brand has failed and the competing brand is not involved in any way, shape or form.

In other words, save your anti-Airbus stupidity for a thread where Airbus is involved.
 
2014-03-09 06:36:52 AM  

Farking Canuck: rolladuck: Bottom line: there simply is no safer way to travel in the world, per passenger mile, than to fly in, to or from the US, with a US carrier, on a Boeing aircraft.

Bottom Line: Morons push brand loyalty. Exceptionally stupid morons push brand loyalty when their brand has failed and the competing brand is not involved in any way, shape or form.

In other words, save your anti-Airbus stupidity for a thread where Airbus is involved.


Heh... and the safest Boeing plane to fly on, statistically, is the 717... which is just the newest and shiniest DC-9.  And the CRJ-700/900/1000 series don't have any hull losses or fatal accidents yet either.

Worth noting: The Airbus 380, Boeing 747-8i and Boeing 787 are all still too new to really have "accidents per million departures" stats.  It'll be interesting to see whether those three types can maintain their perfect records.
 
2014-03-09 08:27:52 AM  

Farking Canuck: rolladuck: Bottom line: there simply is no safer way to travel in the world, per passenger mile, than to fly in, to or from the US, with a US carrier, on a Boeing aircraft.

Bottom Line: Morons push brand loyalty. Exceptionally stupid morons push brand loyalty when their brand has failed and the competing brand is not involved in any way, shape or form.

In other words, save your anti-Airbus stupidity for a thread where Airbus is involved.


Someone is touchy.
 
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