With each ticket you get an automatic entry into the “Pick-A-Part Pool” where you can win Big $Bucks just by picking the airplane part you think won’t arrive at your destination the same time you do.
Ex-senior Boeing manager warns flyers to avoid 737 MAX 9 jets: ‘I would absolutely not fly a MAX airplane’
New York Post–Former high-level Boeing managers and engineers have issued startling warnings for flyers to avoid the airplane giant’s troubled 737 MAX 9 jets as the model once again takes to the skies.
“I would absolutely not fly a MAX airplane,” one-time senior Boeing manager Ed Pierson bluntly told the Los Angeles Times of the model that recently saw a door plug blow out in midair on an Alaska Airlines flight.
“I’ve worked in the factory where they were built, and I saw the pressure employees were under to rush the planes out the door.”
Orkin: Chicago Ranks Number One Worst City in United States for Bed Bugs
Breitbart–Chicago is suffering from an infestation of creepy crawlies, the Orkin pest control company revealed Monday.
In a press release, the company said it is the city’s fourth year in a row to be named number one on its Top 50 Bed Bug Cities List:
Chicago, New York, and Philadelphia hold onto the top three spots, ranking first, second and third, respectively for cities with most bed bugs. Greensboro, N.C. saw the largest jump this year, moving up twenty-fife spots into the Top Twenty, with Milwaukee (#25) moving up the list by fifteen and Tampa (#31) moving up by ten.
The bed bug cities list is based on treatment data from the metro areas where Orkin performed the most bed bug treatments from Dec. 1, 2022 – Nov. 30, 2023. The ranking includes both residential and commercial treatments.
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Chicago-area Tesla charging stations lined with dead cars in freezing cold: ‘A bunch of dead robots out here’
Fox Business–Desperate Tesla owners in and around Chicago were seen trying to charge their vehicles with no luck amid frigid temperatures that have gripped the Midwest.
Charging stations have essentially turned into car graveyards in recent days as temperatures have dropped to the negative double digits, Fox Chicago reported.
“Nothing. No juice. Still on zero percent,” Tyler Beard, who had been trying to recharge his Tesla at an Oak Brook, Illinois Tesla supercharging station since Sunday afternoon, told the news outlet. “And this is like three hours being out here after being out here three hours yesterday.”
Beard and several other Tesla owners were trying to charge their cars amid long lines and abandoned cars at other Tesla charging stations in the Chicago area, the news station reported.