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way OT

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04-17-2014 09:29:44

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not being much of a news watcher any one know who or what is footing the bill for the search for the missing air liner ?

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Charles in Aus.

04-18-2014 19:27:02

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 Re: way OT in reply to s19438, 04-17-2014 09:29:44  
Australia is paying for the bulk of the search costs as well as providing refuel and resupply for Japanese and New Zealand air craft and crew .

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Tony in Mass.

04-17-2014 12:14:05

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 Re: way OT in reply to s19438, 04-17-2014 09:29:44  
Remember 'Moby Dick'? With Gregory Peck? Or the newer one with Captain Picard of the next generation Starship Enterprise? The 'ancient rule of the sea' is to donate 2 weeks of your time searching for lost souls... after that... well, I think the richer countries are donating their navy's time and fuel as an exercise, as well as test equipment etc. US hasn't spent much, because, in my bet, they know the thing is on an ol WW2 airstrip in Indonesia or the Philippines getting loaded with ol x-ray plates and all sorts of radioactive waste to take back in the air- but the mainland US is too far away on one tank of fuel... so... who's next? What was the ol Chinese curse? 'May you live in interesting times'??

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04-17-2014 10:11:48

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 Re: way OT in reply to s19438, 04-17-2014 09:29:44  
My guess would be shared cost betwene the insurance company, and the countries that are offering to help find it.

That plane needs to be found. Just to be sure it hasn't fallen into the hands of terrorists.

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04-18-2014 05:39:29

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 Re: way OT in reply to Steve@Advance, 04-17-2014 10:11:48  
Yeah I think somewhere there's 239 passports being forged.

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Joe TO Fan

04-17-2014 09:40:53

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 Re: way OT in reply to s19438, 04-17-2014 09:29:44  
I wondered that too. Don"t see how that airlines could handle it.

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