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06-05-2009 12:04 PM
slimpanzee They should start makin' the seats with charcoal filters and other scent fresheners... I suppose Paolo might just stand to take care of bidness if that were the case.

I like the play pen SW... can you get that at Sears?
06-05-2009 08:42 AM
PaoloSmythe oh man! i swear..... this one time it was so rank i couldn't help but laugh out loud.

i had prime front row seats and could just watch a wave of discontent gradually make its way back as people reached up for the air jet nozzles.

a proud moment! i recommend all fliers eat at least 2 starbucks egg and cress sarnies before every flight!
06-05-2009 05:33 AM
PaoloSmythe when there is no inflight entertainment, what else is there to do other than fart your guts out? freaking hysterical IMO

game on!
06-05-2009 12:33 AM
snaplok
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Originally Posted by mpdsnowman View Post
What ru sayin about me


This really is the issue, there are some parents out there who dont care but the true majority do care.

Alot of times as a parent you really dont know your kids are annoying anyone...honestly. Its a DNA thing. They are you and your one to a point and people outside that circle can see in...but you and your kids cant really see outside that circle...

Its hard to explain,
Not hard to explain, well maybe to the childless

I think I told my son once to calm himself on a plane and that's because he's scared of flying even though his first trip was at 2 months.

I've been reading a lot of people's opinions on what they're entitled to do and not do on a plane. It's amazing how many rude mother fucker's are out there. But I also think that sitting and brooding about someone's rudeness also breeds MORE RUDENESS. Still don't understand how someone feels like they need to recline their seat into your lap to be comfortable, and then get pissy when you say something about it.
06-04-2009 11:44 AM
slimpanzee I think rude adults tend to be grown up kids who's parents never told them to "shut the fuck up or it's an ass whoopin".

Famous words from my father when me and my brothers were bein' loud and stupid "kids are to be seen, not heard". Hahahahahaha, still makes me laugh
06-04-2009 05:37 AM
PaoloSmythe
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Originally Posted by slimpanzee View Post
airlines, which are struggling as it is, would lose more money because of the loss of customers. So, flying would end up being a worse experience. In flight meals cut, or much more expensive. No more in flight movies or music. No pillows or blankets. Crappier service, etc...
sounds like Air Canada has already banned kids then!!?
06-03-2009 08:53 PM
snaplok
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Originally Posted by Snowolf View Post
I think there is a solution here.....

I am showing my age here, but...does anyone remember the scene from the movie Airplane, where the woman with a carry on and a baby is told by the ticket agent that she is only allowed 1 carry on? She then kisses the baby and checks it in baggage.....

New airline policy:

No carry on babies, they must be checked like pets.....




(SARC)
LOL I'll show my age back. I do remember seeing Airplane on an airplane. This might work better though...

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06-03-2009 08:03 PM
snaplok
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Originally Posted by slimpanzee View Post
Wouldn't banning kids stop a lot of families from flying places? And isn't a large portion of travelers families? So wouldn't that mean airlines, which are struggling as it is, would lose more money because of the loss of customers due to banning children. And in order to keep their airline running, they'd probably have to cut some services. So, flying would end up being a worse experience. In flight meals cut, or much more expensive. No more in flight movies or music. No pillows or blankets. Flights would be A LOT more expensive. Crappier service, etc...
I see you're getting the picture. I never travel without my Ipod or laptop so I am the least likely person to use any of the service anyway. And really $5 for a mini bottle of scotch?!? WTF? I take planes cause the last time I went to Orlando it took me 26hrs by bus. If It's 7hrs and under I can drive and keep my peace.

Last year when they made the pay for bags plan, I boarder and found out that EVERY overhead compartment was taken. Seems the guy in front of me decided that he and his family was going to avoid paying the fee. Now I don't mind the fact that people can get ghetto( or thifty if you like) but then the stewardess tells me that I have to check and PAY FOR my carryon to be put in as cargo. So I politely asked whos bags were filling the compartment and noone claimed them around me. So she begins to panic and think that there's a bomb on the plane. But before she can call it in, the fuck in front of me told her that they were his and he was trying to beat the cargo charge. This beautiful woman delayed the plane and made him check 4 of his bags.

People like that are 100 times worse than children. Seems that as adults we forget our manners.
06-03-2009 07:05 PM
slimpanzee Wouldn't banning kids stop a lot of families from flying places? And isn't a large portion of travelers families? So wouldn't that mean airlines, which are struggling as it is, would lose more money because of the loss of customers due to banning children. And in order to keep their airline running, they'd probably have to cut some services. So, flying would end up being a worse experience. In flight meals cut, or much more expensive. No more in flight movies or music. No pillows or blankets. Flights would be A LOT more expensive. Crappier service, etc...
06-03-2009 09:58 AM
PaoloSmythe hahahaaaa that article is so gaddamn true!

christ.... coming back from italia the other day, the bloke next to me just wouldn't shut up! even with my elbow in his ribs and my MP3 blarring.... yibble yibble yibble!

oh and for hyperactivity, i recommend mountain dew and froot loops. froot loops not frosties!
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