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lightningzone
11/27/19
1:15 PM
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For two grand more you can have the Chrysler Voyager. And that's better in every way. And Dodge really needs more style and technology to compete in today's cutthroat market.  So even if my idea would never be implemented, I stand behind it. 

11/22/19
10:46 AM
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Nah. Toyota is the daddy right now. They have the most experienced team, the most money and a head start in the development of the new car. 

9/10/19
3:36 PM
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Not solely the manufacturing location. It’s a sum of factors that are contributing to Boeing’s Chinese problem.

9/10/19
3:34 PM
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If they make it through the next few years as a company, without a spectacular event occurring,  I'd be surprised. It's the perfect storm at Boeing. 

9/10/19
3:20 PM
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It’s foolish to underestimate any Chinese company and economic area. As many stated before, they have unthinkable amounts of ambition, mountains of money and HR resources, American and European companies can only dream of. Read more

8/11/19
4:12 PM
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Ugh. I’m not sure you can blame Airbus for being too competent. That's their nature. They're born out of competition and struggle and that shows.  Read more

8/3/19
1:30 PM
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A German backpacker, who was coming to Málaga from Bucharest, told me he had one of the best dinners at a Japanese/Lebanese fusion there. I found it hard to believe, but hey, people have different tastes.

8/3/19
1:18 PM
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The people of Spain see British food as some sort of curiosity, so they have it from time to time, for the laughs. There’s also the Brits visiting who eat it, for the same reasons why my people eat McDonalds in places like Spain, Italy or France, familiarity. Also, I’ve seen Germans and Dutch people, eating at British Read more