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Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Posted: 14 Mar 2018, 23:32
by Andrew
lunchstealer wrote:
14 Mar 2018, 20:14
Warren wrote:
14 Mar 2018, 20:11
JasonL wrote:
14 Mar 2018, 18:52
Pets don’t belong in passenger areas.
Preach it brother.
Also infants.
And most of the damned proles.
Team Bring Back Steerage.

Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Posted: 16 Mar 2018, 10:56
by Mo
OMG, the name of this bill.

Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Posted: 16 Mar 2018, 11:08
by thoreau
The article includes a link to this document: https://www.transportation.gov/sites/do ... atcr_0.pdf

According to page 57, United Airlines is the industry leader in killing pets.

So I can only assume that their CEO will soon be the Secretary of Transportation.

Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Posted: 16 Mar 2018, 12:23
by Ellie
Mo wrote:
16 Mar 2018, 10:56
OMG, the name of this bill.
That name was so bad it gave me cancer. And rabies.

Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Posted: 16 Mar 2018, 12:35
by Warren
Ellie wrote:
16 Mar 2018, 12:23
Mo wrote:
16 Mar 2018, 10:56
OMG, the name of this bill.
That name was so bad it gave me cancer. And rabies.
and wooff in mouth.
Eh? Eh?

Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Posted: 16 Mar 2018, 13:53
by lunchstealer
Well it's good that they're finally promoting the welfare of furries.

Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Posted: 16 Mar 2018, 17:49
by Sandy
lunchstealer wrote:
16 Mar 2018, 13:53
Well it's good that they're finally promoting the welfare of furries.
It is?

Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Posted: 16 Mar 2018, 18:16
by Aresen
JasonL wrote:
14 Mar 2018, 18:52
Pets don’t belong in passenger areas.
The people I have met who insist that 'Poopsie' come into the cabin with them should be stuffed in the overhead compartment. 'Poopsie' can go in the cargo area.

Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Posted: 16 Mar 2018, 18:26
by Kwix
Aresen wrote:
16 Mar 2018, 18:16
JasonL wrote:
14 Mar 2018, 18:52
Pets don’t belong in passenger areas.
The people I have met who insist that 'Poopsie' come into the cabin with them should be stuffed in the overhead compartment. 'Poopsie' can go in the cargo area.
Concur. Now if only you could check your rugrats we'd be back in the days of champagne and miniskirts on planes!

Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Posted: 16 Mar 2018, 19:57
by Warren
Kwix wrote:
16 Mar 2018, 18:26
Aresen wrote:
16 Mar 2018, 18:16
JasonL wrote:
14 Mar 2018, 18:52
Pets don’t belong in passenger areas.
The people I have met who insist that 'Poopsie' come into the cabin with them should be stuffed in the overhead compartment. 'Poopsie' can go in the cargo area.
Concur. Now if only you could check your rugrats we'd be back in the days of champagne and miniskirts on planes!
We really move our tail for you!

Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Posted: 19 Apr 2018, 00:26
by Aresen
The Officer who dragged the passenger off the plane is suing United.
Long's suit names United Airlines, the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) and its commissioner, Ginger Evans.

"But for the CDA's negligence and failure to train (Long) how to respond to an escalating situation with an airline passenger, (he) would not have acted in the manner he did, which resulted in his termination," according to the lawsuit.

Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Posted: 19 Apr 2018, 18:53
by dead_elvis
Aresen wrote:
19 Apr 2018, 00:26
The Officer who dragged the passenger off the plane is suing United.
Long's suit names United Airlines, the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) and its commissioner, Ginger Evans.

"But for the CDA's negligence and failure to train (Long) how to respond to an escalating situation with an airline passenger, (he) would not have acted in the manner he did, which resulted in his termination," according to the lawsuit.
It always amuses me when cops claim that the problem is that they weren't *trained* not to be assholes. They should sue their parents while they're at it.

Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Posted: 19 Apr 2018, 23:27
by Jennifer
dead_elvis wrote:
19 Apr 2018, 18:53
Aresen wrote:
19 Apr 2018, 00:26
The Officer who dragged the passenger off the plane is suing United.
Long's suit names United Airlines, the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) and its commissioner, Ginger Evans.

"But for the CDA's negligence and failure to train (Long) how to respond to an escalating situation with an airline passenger, (he) would not have acted in the manner he did, which resulted in his termination," according to the lawsuit.
It always amuses me when cops claim that the problem is that they weren't *trained* not to be assholes. They should sue their parents while they're at it.
IIRC, didn't the sadists at Abu Ghraib try claiming "lack of training" too? "Without special classes, how do you expect us to not-torture prisoners, huh?"