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Originally posted by antimatter at 2010-7-22 09:44
Where's Edisonone When we need him.
He's always showing the news how great China is doing technologically... I need telling they suck and he wouldn't listen.... Doom for Failure.
Chinese mad ...
Dang, Mr. antimatter, I missed that one (K-8 incident) . ...
Hey! Please keep in mind I'm not one to take take my bad habits to work, Mr. antimatter, meaning I don't make a habit of logging in to CD or any of these other sensitive sites because, when in your favorite gaming center in States, you want to be in your favorite gaimng center in the States...
You also don't want for Mr. J. Egar Hoover to dig up your trash in the CD trash can and, similarly, if I'm visiting PRC, I wouldn't want for Mr. Hu and his happy go lucky Goons (Gungans) to pry into my business either because these two are notorious SOB you know. If in doubt, simply ask Google for some first hand experience...
I go on line when on an unwinding trip "only to check my stocks and make trades" if necessary. I mean having to endure the likes of you for all these years... Errrr I meant months (But it seemed like years though... What a pain!) who needs anymore of you in their hairs ???
Now down to business:
Mr. double-talking-double-faced-FuManchu of as a Mr. antimatter (More like Mr. Wo Fat of 5-0 to me)...
Ukraine engines remember?????
Them Russians... they are just like the Americans. I mean if there's credit to be had, they budges in the line up and they affix a [Made in Russia or Made in America] stamp on it...
But, infallibly, if there's a punch bag to be had, automatically, as if someone inflicted with bi-polar, they throw Judge Judy's book at us Chinese... I mean what a laugh! Don't you agree with the humors of it, Mr. antimatter?
Egypt have more than a hundred of these birds; Pakistan countless numbers; the plane's in Africa and in the Indian subcontinent fighting wars of insurgencies; it's fulfilling similar roles in SEA and in States in Central and South America and...
"Thus far, this incident is the very first I've ever heard of it [Color=LimeGreen)(I'm sure there are other similar incidences. However even F-14's/15's/16's and 18's drops out of the sky like flies zapped by one of those Chinese battery operated mosquito rackets) and, by me, the K-8's relatively trouble free record speaks for itself. Don't you agree folks?
Now. with respect to Mr. mannjo's speech:
No, Mr. manoj, it's not because your planes or ours is fired up by Tamansky engines. Tamansky engines are state of the art which is why China went for it. The underlying causes, my suspicions, comes down to the following three factors:
a) engines installed in Russian aircraft sold to both China and India, probably, falls in the same category/conspiracy as those of China's tainted milk scandal -- meaning parts were likely substandard/generic and, money pocketed ...
[Size=-4]You will find that to be competitive in a highly competitive marketplace that Toyota's, the standards of motoring reliability, cut corners in new vehicles in the last two decade by installing substandard parts instead of quality parts.
I have a 200 Sienna and 3 years in, as the warranty was about to run out, all of the coils in my engines used up its durability life cycle. I replaced it with after market coils, now 7 year in, these new coils just keeps running and running just like the duracell bunny in that battery ad..."
b) technicians trained to service these aircraft's, too, are substandard because, like the Chinese Kungfu master of olden days, the best for last never gets passed on to the student of the art in the fear that his students will learn the art and then turn on them, hence the Indian or Chinese technician trained to service these aircrafts does not equal to the real thing as Russian technicians... Venezulalian technicians might fall in this category...
[Size=-4]As is with all third world " Tata and 3-wheeled-rickshaw producing ;P" nations, many who work as aircraft technicians (Venezula inclusive) are just that -- Tata and 3-wheeled-rickshaw mechanics...
c) I had a loyal family-mechanic so to speak who had been a part of the family's motoring needs ever since the 70's... A hell of a good mechanic too at that because he never railroaded me and always correctly diagnose the car problems I have.
However, when I gave up my gas guzzler Caddy of the 80's and switched over to 2000 Toyota and, after the warranty have ran out, I took the van to him for some repairs and this is what he said: "NEVER!" "NEVER!" "NEVER COME TO ME with A CAR THAT HAVE A BRAIN IN IT!" He was referring to the computer in newer cars.
I hope you are catching on to where I'm trying to lead you with this, Mr. manoj. Yes, for precisely these reasons, you need to built you own LCA and we our K-8 and JL-15 ):):):). Get the picture, Mr. manoj?