Remember the story we ran the other day about a the cat that got
loose inside a Belgian airliner and attacked the pilot who tried to
retrieve it? As it turns out, that cat has family in the United
States, and where else would they live than in the house of the
tech that operates our mail servers...
"Our vision was to bring the 757 here and incorporate into it
some of the same concepts in our wonderfully successful 737. But on
that fateful morning of Sept. 11, by 10 o'clock in the morning this
airplane had no future."
Source: Boeing's Wichita Plant Manager, Jeff
Turner, speaking Wednesday at a ceremony marking completion of the
last 757 fuselage. Turner said the 757 was a victim of terrorism --
that the attacks on New York and Washington killed the line just as
surely as they killed more than 3,000 people on that terrible