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    Since 1998, iTulip has adopted or invented new words and concepts so we can discuss the peculiar economics and markets of our time. Some words replace terms that have lost meaning. The "Currency Formerly Know as the US Dollar" is too wordy, so we adopted the term "bonar" instead, to meet dual requirements for brevity and levity. The bizzarre economic landscape requires new language to explain odd phenomena that iTulip has identified, such as "Risk Pollution," "Frankenstein Economy" and "Bubble Cycle." Then there are pet hypotheses, such "Ka-Poom Theory". And so on.

    This glossary is a work in progress. Requests and submissions are welcomed.
  • Recent Forum Posts

    FrankL

    Re: More 737 troubles

    I was going to make a sarcastic comment about Boeing management not having paid any attention in their risk analysis course, that it probably wasn't part of their MBA, and that all this short-term...

    FrankL Today, 04:36 PM Go to last post
    Mega

    Re: More 737 troubles

    Totally INSANE to use just one sensor & no pilot training !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Latest:-
    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/another-delay-boeing-does-not-expect-737-max-signoff-until-july-stock-tumbles
    ...

    Mega Today, 04:26 PM Go to last post
    Mega

    Don't buy a Landrover

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1eI6cbA3dI

    Mega Today, 01:26 PM Go to last post
    FrankL

    Re: More 737 troubles

    With 310 total 737max orders, you might as well look for another carrier if you want to avoid this particular plane.

    PS are the forward-mounted large engines really as much of an issue as you make...

    FrankL Today, 04:20 AM Go to last post
    santafe2

    Re: More 737 troubles

    Like medical doctors, engineers and scientists are painstakingly honest and forthright people. Boeing management is not undermining any of these people. The industry structures and silly management...

    santafe2 Today, 12:27 AM Go to last post
    thriftyandboringinohio

    Re: More 737 troubles

    All corporations have the exact same mission statement:

    “Make more money tomorrow than we did today “

    thriftyandboringinohio Yesterday, 09:44 PM Go to last post
    jk

    Re: More 737 troubles

    and no redundancy on the sensor, AND the warning light was an extra cost OPTION! [it was there, allowing pilots to think it was operational, but not connected except if the purchaser paid extra] ...

    jk Yesterday, 09:37 PM Go to last post
    santafe2

    Re: More 737 troubles

    Yes, thanks for expanding on my point. These modern engines are great when it comes to fuel economy but they're less agile. In an old school 737 where the pilot gets very certain, tactile feedback...

    santafe2 Yesterday, 09:15 PM Go to last post
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