Revelation wrote:tphuang wrote:Revelation wrote:
This isn't true.
The fact that it might not happen has been part of the story right from the start.
Anyone paying attention, fanboy or otherwise, understands this.
Anyone who doesn't IMHO is pushing an agenda.
For instance, some have web sites that need clicks.
Others are more difficult to understand.
The fact that several of you get so upset when an article comes out that you spend labour day Saturday arguing about it is all you that needs to be said. Same thing for the Airbus supporters who get so excited when an article come out against it. If you support Boeing and you think NMA is a bad idea, then article against its business case should not upset you at all. And same case, if you are a airbus supporter and you think NMA is a bad idea for Boeing that will push back NSA another 5 years, then you should wish that it happen.
Sorry, but you're just not making sense.
It's a fact that Boeing has said closing the NMA's business case has been a challenge right from the first mention of the program.
Nothing you wrote about the time of posting or supposed state of upset refutes that.
I see no evidence of "Boeing Fanboys are so insistent NMA will happen or needs to happen".
I see lots of evidence that posters of any/all alleged fandoms understand that NMA may never materialize.
Why would posting on a day off mean that someone insists something needs to happen when it's not in their control anyway?
I do see evidence of an agenda when people post articles that don't add any new info and when the state of the project is what we were told to expect
alright, my last word on this. Unless you think it's a good thing to happen why would it matter if someone has an agenda posted an article against its prospect? You seem very emotionally invested in this.