FAA Resorts To Memes To Get Airline Passengers To Behave

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  1. I was at a resort that had a floating breakfast option and was chatting with a couple who got it. They said it was totally not worth it, mostly for reasons mentioned in the article – you have to watch not hitting the tray too hard or putting your hands in the water or it will become a soggy mess. Apparently got it to be romantic but it was a waste of $99 and they would have rather done the breakfast restaurant (included) or just plain old room service.

  2. Gender neutrality is the weirdest progressive movement of our times. Growing up I, and many others, were taught that society doesn’t bend over for us. Yet here we are, a world in which 99.9+ percent of humans are indubitably ladies or gentlemen, bending over for the less than 0.1 percent.

    Oh well. Some self righteous ass hat will be calling me a bigot shortly and spouting left wing talking points I’m sure of it. The beauty of internet comments.

  3. A catchy reminder to ensure good behavior would be as simple as this: “Think before you drink!”
    That’s because cabin altitude increases the effect of alcohol – what one may brush off as small on the ground could make someone very drunk once inflight.

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