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I had NO idea that Tonawanda was that highly automated, mother DUCK.....

and so it figgers, 71 MILLION ENGINES!!!! YGTBFKM......no wonder we won WW2,

Like that WW2 Admiral, Roy White said 'We did not out fight the enemy, we OUTPRODUCED them!!! met up with him in the early 80's......a very impressive man, me in the electronics wing of the company, he in the chemical and management.....I got called into his office one day, and come to find out that typically meant YOUR FIRED!!!! but we had a nice chat instead....something about some tech shit, I long since forgot about.....

the crew was shocked I survived the encounter.....
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