Nope, not our plane August 22, 2007 Posted by Murdoc China Airlines Paints Over Name, Logo On Wreckage Of Jet Not the first ones to try it, though… Updated: August 22, 2007 at 11:43 am ◀ Possible threat to Washington ferries? Vick jerseys put to good use ▶ Comments My understanding is that that is standard procedure for any sort of plane wreckage. They do it here all the time. As I understand it, they substituted the cheaper hydrogen for halon in the on-board fire extinguishers. Big mistake, but explains why the airplane exploded like the Hindenburg. I guess they never thought they’d get caught. China has taken the official position that 99% of all their fire extinguishers actuall extinguish fires, not promote their explosive growth. In further news they’ve halted shipments of breath mints from the US saying the mints were defective because no matter how many they gave to their North Korean buddy Kim Jong Il, his breath still smelled like the sweet wind blowing over a cess pool.