This analysis seems to ignore legal fees and operating expenses . . . it costs money to appeal lawsuits and to stay in business . . . but nonetheless reinforces my resolve to hang on. The worst case may be less than a total loss, with the possibility of a fourfold or greater return.
IATA has posted all the slides from last week’s conference — including WheelTug’s “Prezi”. (Just keep clicking the forward arrow. Some pages are static; one shows WheelTug taxiing on a wet snowy runway; one shows how “the Twist” will allow passengers to board and deplane from both the front and rear doors.)
REPULICAN GOVERNOR RESTORES DISCRIMINATION
Gotta love Sam Brownback for standing up for his principles — slashing K-12 funding, and now overturning the ban on discriminating against gay and lesbian state employees. It’s a Grand Old Party indeed. And may I note that when it comes to presidential politics, his red state is not known solely for Geroge Wallace, as Alabama is (and even he had a change of heart); but, being a Kansan, for the much more decent (if you ask me) Bob Dole and Dwight D. Eisenhower. Not that Kansas is Vermont or California — but really, Governor? Is this action necessary in 2015?
20 AMAZING PHOTOS
What a world. (Thanks, yet again, Mel.) Enjoy!
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In 1800, 75% of [an American's] working man's expenditures went for food alone. By 1850, that had dropped to 50%. Today it is a little more than 11%.~The Wall Street Journal, September 20, 1996
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