So...Boing-Boing's Starliner fails to make 'crucial' orbit & trip to space station, and NASA's Bridenstein sings "Don't worry, be happy!" Let's recap- Boing-Boing's capsule autopilot read its sensors incorrectly, repeatedly tried to re-orient itself until it could no longer fly its mission? Uh, sounds vaguely similar to another 'autopilot' problem, doesn't it? Man you couldn't write this stuff! Yeah, I know, this is a gross mischaracterization of what happened. Still, reading Bridenstein's airy description of all the various 'milestones' the flight could still achieve you might think this failed flight was in reality a fantastic success. Incredibly, one actually listed by Bridenstein would be the "capsule's safe landing." Jeezus, yeah, that's a resonable goal, Jim. I think it bears mentioning Boing-Boing & ULA are still 'blazing a historic path' using Russian RD-180 first stage engines and as currectly configured they cannot compete with Space X. Bridenstein IS director of NASA, not Boing-Boing, right?