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Mar 6th 2011 8:47PM Before the attorney accepted this case, I hope s/he sat and had a good laugh at the silliness of it before s/he started taking case notes.
I know I would still be laughing.
Mar 6th 2011 4:38PM 3.06.2011 @ 12:21PM by Fathertime
When I read the above story I laugh so hard I wet my pants. I know I will sue the airlines for cleaning my pants LOL
###reply### Way to go. If traumatized Mama wins, you should get something too.
Mar 6th 2011 4:33PM People, don't dispute with Morgan. She's the sister of the traumatized mother.
Mar 6th 2011 4:15PM 3.06.2011 @ 3:06PM by linda
Report abuseYEAH, i agree!!! WHAT NEXT?? I don't believe for one minute a baby has anxiety over a ten second darkness!!! Sounds like mama saw a good thing when she allowed them to put her kid in an overhead bin. wonder why they did that anyhow, think maybe he was a bit obnoxious and that was their way to shut him up? maybe they should have put MAMA in the over head bin for not controling her child!!
###Reply### You're thinking the same as me. Mama should have been placed in the bin.
Wow, people are thinking of some cleaver ways to sue and win. Let me sit back and think a little.
I guess I missed my chance a good number of years ago when I was exiting the IRS office in lower Manhattan. There was a 1/2 inch difference in the entrance way door saddle and the public walkway. I didn't notice it and fell flat on my front. I wasn't injured, not even dirty from the full frontal fall. But I guess I could have sued because of loss of my dignity and the humiliation. Oh well, next time.
Feb 16th 2011 10:05PM Was that ship out of Brooklyn this past December? My brother and his wife were on that cruise. He said the ship was filled with sick passengers confined to their cabins. He called it the cruise to hell.
Jan 4th 2011 11:57PM NYC Transit Riders: For those of us who bought Unlimited Metro Cards, do we have any rights? We bought those cards with the intention of using it on Monday, 12/27/10, to get to work and back home. However, most of us had to walk to and from work, not to mention how cold it was. I had to walk along a highway in my travels. I can't tell you how safe I felt. I can't understand how a whole city was locked down because of a few inches of snow. How does a few snow flurries in Brooklyn cause a traffic back-up all the way to the Bronx? Or worse, because of a rain shower, drivers can't get off the Sheridan Expressway due to a traffic back-up at the Brooklyn Bridge. I guess when any moisture falls from the skies people forget how to drive. But back to my question, do we NYC Transit riders have any rights?
Dec 22nd 2010 4:50AM A couple of years ago I was on a NYC subway train heading downtown. At one stop someone got on the train dressed in that black garb that covers everything but the eyes. I couldn't get back to reading my magazine. I could only keep an eye on the person as I felt anxiety rising within myself. It couldn't be known if it was a male or female. All I knew was the shape of the person was ominous. After a few stops the person got off the train. Sigh of relief. I know many of you may be wondering why I didn't get off the train when s/he entered the train if I was so nervous. I agree that I definitely put my safety second in importance to getting to where I was going. Should it ever happen again I will have to move first and think later as to whether or not it hurt any one's feelings. I realize that I put myself and my feelings after hers/his. That could have been the one and I might not have been here to write this post.
Dec 22nd 2010 4:11AM I was trying to figure that one out myself. Why would a work crew member leave behind a box cutter? And in a seat pocket, no less.
Anyway, with all the searching they put the passengers through, there's no way they could have gotten a knife, box cutter, fork, even a sewing needle through security. They even check out the metal hooks on your bra.
Dec 20th 2010 7:20PM Where' Bond? James Bond.
Dec 19th 2010 3:35PM You know why she did that? She was ticked off that she had to return to your room at the request of her supervisor because now the supervisor knows she didn't do a thorough cleaning.
To remove the used condom with her bare hand was to stress to you that you could have done the same thing - throw it out yourself. Meanwhile, what did she clean? Nothing, didn't even remove the glasses.
Then again, maybe she didn't mind removing it with her bare hand because it was boyfriend's and hers.
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