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Funny story: Boeing Dreamliner's Dream is Over For Now

Boeing Dreamliner's Dream is Over For Now

Boeing today announced that the production line of its much-heralded 787 Dreamliner will be shut down until such time as the plane can be built in a way so that it can actually fly. After months of recalls due to various defects, it became obvious th...
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Funny story: Emergency Priests To Keep Dreamliners Flying

Emergency Priests To Keep Dreamliners Flying

Chicago -- Boeing's jumbo jet of the future, the new 787 Dreamliner, will be flying with a 2000 year-old safety device starting next month. The jet plane maker plans to equip every 787 with a Catholic priest, assigned to pray that that the plane...
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Funny story: Experience the fun of flying on grounded Boeing 787 - without leaving the ground!

Experience the fun of flying on grounded Boeing 787 - without leaving the ground!

Battery problems have grounded the entire fleet of Boeing's advanced new 787 airliner, but the company says those planes might be pressed into service anyway--on the ground. "Since they can't fly, we were trying to come up with ways we could use the...
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